The essential characteristic of digital technology is its archivality: that is, digital technology consists essentially in the storage of information. The ever-increasing capacities of servers and hard-drives allows in parallel an ever-increasing ability to store documents, texts, lectures, videos, and nearly anything which can be represented digitally. The Lyceum Institute takes advantage of this expansive archivality by saving everything–and keeping it well-ordered (in keeping with our principle of ordinare).

Seminar Preview – Ethics: Virtue, “The Work of a Human Being”

Thus, every audio lecture delivered in, whether in a seminar, colloquium, symposium, or otherwise, is recorded and preserved. Similarly, all video seminar discussion sessions are recorded and available to seminar participants, as well as to members at the Advanced and Premium levels.

Colloquium Preview – Matthew Minerd, “Defending and Meditating on First Principles”

Additionally, a Resource Archive containing hundreds of curated open source books, articles, and diagrams allows all members access to a wide range of high-quality, well-organized resources.

These archives grow gradually, but continually, as more free resources become available in the increasingly cost-effective digital paradigm. Continual improvements are made to the documents for search and commentary.

Seminar Archive Listing

2019 Seminars

  • Aquinas’ Cosmological Vision [First edition] – 10 Lectures
  • Heidegger’s Phenomenological Method [Part I] – 10 Lectures
  • Thomistic Psychology: A Retrieval – 8 Lectures
  • Semiotics: An Introduction – 8 Lectures

2020 Seminars

  • Thomistic Psychology: Action Theory – 8 Lectures
  • Introduction to Philosophical Thinking – 8 Lectures
  • Ethics: Virtue – 8 Lectures
  • Introduction to Thomism – 8 Lectures
  • Aquinas’ Cosmological Vision [Second edition] – 8 Lectures
  • Heidegger’s Phenomenological Method [Part II] – 8 Lectures
  • Ethics: Sex – 8 Lectures
  • Thomistic Psychology: Cognitive Life – 8 Lectures
  • Semiotics: Thought and Contributions of John Deely – 8 Lectures

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