Joe Egerton argues that by reflecting on what we understand by Aquinas being a saint, we may better appreciate how much he has to offer us in solving today's problems.
Friday 16 February: The compelling words of the prophet Isaiah in the first reading help us to identify a distortion of the virtue of asceticism.
Joe Egerton suggests that we should see George Tyrrell’s story as a tragic episode in the history of the interplay between faith and reason – resulting from an approach to philosophy radically different to that of John Paul II and Benedict XVI.
Joe Egerton, who has advised on financial regulation since 1986, suggests that London may be better protected than other financial centres thanks to a system of regulation which looks and feels like St Thomas's virtue ethics.
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