Panel Discussion 2016
The Powers of the Soul and the Altruism of the WillDuke Catholic Center’s Lecture Series, in collaboration with the Thomas International...7:00 PM at Duke University
St. Nicholas Ball 2016The St. Nicholas Ball TIC established the tradition of having...6:30 PM at Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown3415 Wake Forest Rd.
Panel Discussion 2016Faith or Politics? The New Intolerance of Western Democracies Hilton...9:30 AM at Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown3415 Wake Forest Rd.
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“[W]e believe that friendship is desirable, not because we are influenced by hope of gain, but because its entire profit is in the love itself. From this view those men who, after the manner of cattle, judge everything by the standard of pleasure, vigorously dissent; nor is it strange; for the raising of the vision to anything lofty, noble and divine is impossible to men who have abased their every thought to a thing so lowly and mean”
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“On Friendship” by Cicero is one of the key texts of Western civilization in which we can appreciate the genesis and development of our concepts of love, friendship, and virtue. It is written in the form of a pleasant, imaginary dialogue between Gaius Laelius and his two sons in law, Gaius Fannius, and Quintus Mucius … Continue reading Recommended Book for the Weekread more