From Aristotle to Thomas Aquinas

From Aristotle to Thomas Aquinas : Natural Law, Practical Knowledge, and the Person

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"This is an absolutely dazzling book on Orwell, casting a brilliant new light, not just on Orwell himself, but on the entire intellectual history of our time. It is a 'must read', not just for devotees of Orwell, but for anyone concerned with discussions of socialism and capitalism, totalitarianism and democracy, ideological passion and intellectual honesty. It will prove a superb teaching aid at both undergraduate and graduate levels."--Yuri Maltsev, co-author of The Tea Party Explained and editor of Requiem for Marx "There has always been some mystery about how Orwell could give us the nightmare world of Ingsoc (English Socialism) while himself remaining an unrepentant English Socialist. This and other puzzles about Orwell are convincingly solved in Dr. Steele's masterly account. If you want to know what made Orwell tick, you just have to read this eloquent, provocative, and hugely entertaining book."--Barry Smith, Director of the National Center for Ontological Research and author of Austrian Philosophyshow more

Product details

  • Hardback | 264 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6mm
  • St. Augustine's Press
  • English
  • 1587312735
  • 9781587312731

About Fulvio Di Blasi

Fulvio Di Blasi is an Italian attorney and an international scholar expert in moral philosophy and natural law theory. He is the Director of the Thomas International Center. He has a Ph.D. in Philosophy of Law from the University of Palermo, and has taught in several universities both in Europe and in America. His books include, God and the Natural Law (2003), John Finnis (2008), Ritorno al Diritto (2009), and Questioni di Legge Naturale (2009).show more