The International Society of Scholastics -- an association founded among the Roman Pontifical Universities to promote traditional Catholic philosophy -- is trying to spread the word to traditional-minded Catholics about their online courses in Thomism. Their website is www.SocietyofScholastics.org. Their president is Patrick W. McCloskey.
They are currently offering classes in traditional Scholastic Logic and General Ethics. Eventually, they say they will add Natural Philosophy, Economics, Politics, and Metaphysics as well. Their program -- called Sapientis -- is developed by professional philosophers and is the only Thomistic education faithful to the continuous line of traditional Thomistic commentators. They have two levels of course work to accommodate both high school students (especially homeschoolers) and college/adult/continuing education students. It’s their hope "to provide the traditional philosophic education that most schools and pulpits seem to lack these days."
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