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John O'Callaghan: Articoli scritti

John O'Callaghan took his Ph.D. from the University of Notre Dame, where he is now director of the Jacques Maritain Center. Before joining the Notre Dame faculty, he taught philosophy at Creighton University and the University of Portland. Professor O’Callaghan has been appointed a permanent member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas and he is also President of the American Catholic Philosophical Association. His areas of expertise are medieval philosophy, Thomas Aquinas, and Thomistic metaphysics.


WORKSHOP/ Tradition and Innovation: A Reflection

Professor JOHN O’CALLAGHAN comments on the theme of a recent philosophical workshop, “Tradition and Innovation”, and on how those two aspects can be kept in balance.

FAITH/ Great God, It’s the Great God Debate

John O’Callaghan describes the debate on whether God is the source of morality that took place at Notre Dame University between a New Atheist and a philosopher of religion

HARRY POTTER/ 2. A Tale of Two Loves

Professor O’Callaghan talks about the struggle between the love of power and the love of wisdom in the Harry Potter books, and asks, what will Harry choose?

HARRY POTTER/ 1. The Hidden Meanings in the Harry Potter Books

American professor John O’Callaghan reveals the hidden meaning of the Harry Potter books, the struggle between a love of domination and a love that sacrifices itself for others.        
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