A conservative life is a happy life in a new book


Charles Nemeth, professor of criminal justice at Franciscan University, has published with Sophia Institute Press a new book, Finding happiness in a complex world: rules of Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas. Nemeth draws from the ancient Greek philosopher and the 13th century Italian Catholic saint and Doctor of the Church important lessons about the nature of human happiness and its ultimate source in the Creator of man. Nemeth discusses how conservative beliefs of faith in eternal life with a moral and loving God offer individuals true happiness and, in turn, benefit society. He joined the show’s host Andrew E. Harrod to discuss topics such as how these classical thinkers foresaw the disastrous consequences of Marxism, why politicians on the left who put power over principle cannot be happy by any virtuous definition, and the joy of traditional family life, among other topics.


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