Aristotle and the Elections

Aristotle and the Elections

“Now it is best that there should be a public and proper care for such matters; but if they are neglected by the [political] community it would seem right for each man to help his children and friends toward virtue.” Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics Elections...
The Wisdom of the Magi

The Wisdom of the Magi

What can we learn from the Magi, and from the stars above us? On the traditional culmination of the Twelve Days of Christmas, Epiphany, here is my meditation posted at Catholic Exchange: What Stars Can Teach Us. John CuddebackHusband, father, and professor of...
Leisure Starts at Home

Leisure Starts at Home

“As I must repeat again, the first principle of all action is leisure. Both are required, but leisure is better than occupation and is its end.” — Aristotle, Politics VIII Life is about leisure. This statement sounds odd to our ears. But if we understand leisure, and...

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