Reason, nature, and the human good

Daniel Wagner, Ph.D., associate professor and chair of philosophy at Aquinas College, sits down with Dan Hugger, Acton’s librarian and research associate, to explore the Aristotelian-Thomistic account of the human good, natural law, and living well. Why should we seek to know ourselves? How is the human good related to excellence and virtue? How do we reconcile this account of the good with the divergent moral views we see in the world?


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The Elements of Philosophy: A Compendium for Philosophers and Theologians | William Wallace, OP 


Aristotle | Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy 


Aquinas 101 | The Thomistic Institute 

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