Video: J. Budziszewski on a Primer on Natural Law

From Inside Academia TV:

J. Budziszewski joins Andy Nash for a introductory conversation on classical Natural Law and how an understanding of natural law can lead to a well ordered society. Dr. Budziszewski delivered a lecture on this topic in Princeton last month for the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. He is author of many books, most recently “What We Can’t Know: A Guide.”

Key Take-Aways

  • 1:30 – What is Natural Law? (3 mins)

  • 5:00 – We’re not at war with our nature when we reason (40 sec)

  • 6:00 – How discipline and virtue define character (1 min)

  • 8:00 – Challenges of a disordered moral culture (3 mins)

  • 11:30 – The false promise of the sexual revolution (2 mins)

  • 14:15 – Students seek out an self-crafted Liberal Arts (1 min)

 

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