Be sure to look into the two-week Paradise Lost Symposium coming up soon!

5/3 Monday

  • Exercitium Linguae Latinae (2:00-2:30pm ET). Legemus ex Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata ut melioremus nostrum locutionem et augeamus familiaritatem vocabulis.

5/4 Tuesday

  • Ex Sancto Thoma Legimus (10:00-10:30am ET).  Legemus ex Sancto Thoma et convertit in linguam Anglicam; practicum bonum et utile est!
  • Philosophical Happy Hour (5:30-7:00pm ET). Join us for drinks, conversation, lively debates, and get to know the Lyceum Institute and its members!  Open to the public: all guests can use the “Send Us a Message” form here (write “Happy Hour” in the message box).  We’ll be talking about literature and habit this week.

5/5 Wednesday

  • Exercitium Linguae Latinae (2:00-2:30pm ET). Legemus ex Lingua Latina Per Se Illustrata ut melioremus nostrum locutionem et augeamus familiaritatem vocabulis.

5/6 Thursday

  • Ex Sancto Thoma Legimus (10:00-10:30am ET).  Legemus ex Sancto Thoma et convertit in linguam Anglicam; practicum bonum et utile est!

5/7 Friday

  • Open Chat (9:30-10:15am ET). Our regular Friday-morning open chat, allowing conversation between those in the West and those in the East–bridging the international community of the Lyceum Institute.
  • Exercitium in Lingua Latina (11pm-12am ET).  Etiam exercitium in Lingua Latina!  Ista hora conveniens Orientalibus est (11am Manila time).

5/8 Saturday

  • Latin Class(10-11am ET).  In capitulo XV venimus, ut magistros et discipulos dicamus.  In librum, discipuli improbus sunt; sed nos semper praecepta diligenter attendimus…
  • Seminar Discussion Sessions.  The Semiotics: Tractatus de Signis of John Poinsot seminar closes out with a consideration of signs as divided among the natural, stipulated (ad placitum) and customary (ex consuetudine).  Hard to believe it’s already coming to a close–but I think we have covered some very important ground.  Meanwhile, Politics: Postmodern Culture and Principles continues deeper into Maritain’s re-thinking of politics by taking up his notion of the historical ideal and the realities of pluralism.

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