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118c: Happiness is Learning More about Medieval Theologian Thomas Aquinas and Virtue

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Today we talk with author J. Budziszewski, scholar and professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin about his new book: How and How Not to Be Happy. J Budziszewski among many other areas, is a scholar on Thomas Aquinas. In this conversation we tap into some of the ideas of Thomas Aquinas on happiness. This book in a great introduction into Thomas Aquinas and some of J Budziszewski’s other books on the great Middles Ages philosopher and theologian.

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•Today we talk with author J. Budziszewski, scholar and professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin about his new book: How and How Not to Be Happy. J Budziszewski among many other areas, is a scholar on Thomas Aqui
May 27, 2022
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