Philosophy #7: Modern Philosophy
Throughout this course, we have studied some of the most foundational and classical concepts in philosophy. We have used Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas as our guiding light because these philosophers have offered the world a system that most accurately describes reality. The purpose of studying “Aristotelian-Thomistic” philosophy is that it allows us to critique many of the modern errors that plague our world and our lives every day. We need this firm foundation of steadfast metaphysics to ground us in reality and being. Without it, many have fallen prey to persuasive modern trends of thought that seek to undermine the true, the good, and the beautiful. And in this lesson, we study Modern Philosophy as a capstone to our lessons in this course.
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