by Peter A. Redpath, Ph.D.
Dr. Redpath is a Full Professor of Philosophy at St. John's University; has received numerous awards and honors for his work in philosophy; was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Institute for Advanced Philosophical Research in 1988; has made over 70 public program appearances on philosophical topics; has authored numerous books, monographs, and published articles; and has edited two philosophy books.
He is a member of the Board of Editors of Editions Rodopi.
Dr. Redpath is a Director of The Great Books Academy and Chairman of The Angelicum Academy.
3. Peter A. Redpath
, "What's Wrong with Government Schools?", in Social Justice Review 89 (November/December, 1998) no. 11-12, 164.
St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae, I-II, q. 91, a.4, respondeo.
See, also, Plato, Republic, Bk.
1, 334C-354B, and Gorgias, 491D-500D.
, "What's Wrong with Government Schools?", 164.
6. Peter A. Redpath
, "Private Morality and Public Enforcement," in Curtis L. Hancock and Anthony O. Simon, eds., Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (Notre Dame, Ind.: American Maritain Association
, distributed by University of Notre Dame Press
, 1995) pgs.
Peter A. Redpath
, "The New World Disorder: A Crisis of Philosophical Identity," in Contemporary Philosophy, 16 (November/December 1994) no. 6, 19-24.
8. Peter A. Redpath
, "Dirty Dancing: Higher Education as Enlightened Swindling," in Peter A. Redpath
, Masquerade of the Dream Walkers: Prophetic Theology from the Cartesians to Hegel (Amsterdam andAtlanta: Editions Rodopi, B.V.
books may be ordered from The Great Books store.
is available for speaking engagements, and will conduct summer great books seminars for students, beginning with instruction in reading skills (the first will be held August 5th-12th, 2001 near Tulsa, OK).
Contact Dr. Redpath c/o The Angelicum Academy
at 1-800-664-6209 for more information.
recent book How to Read a Difficult Book, A Beginner's Guide to the Art of Philosophical Reading is available from the Great Books Store.