• Feb 24

    The Powers of the Soul and the Altruism of the Will

    Duke Catholic Center’s Lecture Series, in collaboration with the Thomas International...
    7:00 PM at Duke University
  • Dec 3

    St. Nicholas Ball 2016

    The St. Nicholas Ball TIC established the tradition of having...
    6:30 PM at Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown3415 Wake Forest Rd.
  • Dec 3

    Panel Discussion 2016

    Faith or Politics? The New Intolerance of Western Democracies Hilton...
    9:30 AM at Hilton North Raleigh/Midtown3415 Wake Forest Rd.


TIC Courses: The Ancients on the Soul
Homer Giuseppe Girgenti

Class 1: The Meaning of Soul from Homer to Plato

TIC Courses: The Changing American Constitution
Judiciary IV Christopher Wolfe

Class 13: Constitutionalism and the Judiciary IV

TIC Courses: Tolkien’s Catholic Beauties
Dangerous Women David K. O'Connor

Class 2: The Paradise of Dangerous Women in LOTR

TIC Courses: Thomas Aquinas’ Theory of Action
Soul Fulvio Di Blasi

Class 2: The Acts and the Powers of the Soul

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-Cicero, On Friendship
Cicero on friendship

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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 Week

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Dr. Matthew Levering received a B.A. in History from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1993, a M.T.S. from Duke Divinity School in 1996, and a Ph.D. from Boston College in 2000. He has taught at Ave Maria College, Ave Maria University, and the University of Dayton, and is currently James and … Continue reading Interview with Matthew Levering

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