New Humanists

Doing the (Intellectual) Work | Episode XXVIII

August 01, 2022 Ancient Language Institute Episode 28
New Humanists
Doing the (Intellectual) Work | Episode XXVIII
Show Notes

The intellectual life can’t just be reading all day. Eventually, you have to sit down and do the work. According to A.G. Sertillanges, the intellectual vocation finds its fulfillment in creation. Jonathan and Ryan wrap up their reading of Sertillanges’s The Intellectual Life as they walk through the final three chapters.

There was a software problem with recording this week. Apologies for the occasionally scratchy audio quality.

A.G. Sertillanges’s The Intellectual Life:

New Humanists episode on Seneca and reading:

Nicolás Gómez Dávila’s Aphorism #2,223:

Jonathan Roberts’s Review of Kirk MacGregor’s Luis de Molina:

Carl Trueman’s Lectures on the Reformation:

Jonathan Schaffer’s On What Grounds What:

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Music: Save Us Now by Shane Ivers -