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Join Us! Our Older Student/Adult Book Club Is Reading “Written On The Heart, The Case For Natural Law,” by Professor J. Budziszewski! 

Our Constituting America Book Club has kicked off our next book! We will be reading “Written On The Heart, The Case for Natural Law,” by Professor J. Budziszewski now through July 1! This book compliments our upcoming Constitutional Chat series on Natural Law Kicking off Tuesday, March 23!
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About “Written On The Heart, The Case For Natural Law”

“With uninterrupted clarity, frequent eloquence and occasional humor, J. Budziszewski presents and defends the natural law tradition in what is at once a primer for students and a vigorous argument for scholars.

Written on the Heart expounds the work of the leading architects of theory on natural law, including Aristotle, Thomas Aquinas and John Locke. It also takes up contemporary philosophy, theology and political science, colorfully running against the intimidating tide of advanced pluralism that finds natural law so difficult to tolerate.

Throughout the volume, Budziszewski sure-footedly achieves his self-confessed aim of displaying the “subtlety, richness and intellectual surprise” of the natural law tradition.”

“A highly readable and stimulating survey of the natural law tradition from Aristotle to the present.”

— Philip Johnson in Books in Culture —

About Professor Budziszewski


J. Budziszewski (Ph.D. Yale, 1981) is a professor of government and philosophy at the University of Texas, Austin, where he also teaches courses in the law school and the religious studies department. He specializes in political philosophy, ethical philosophy, legal philosophy, and the interaction of religion with philosophy. Among his research interests are classical natural law, virtue ethics, conscience and moral self deception, the institution of the family in relation to political and social order, religion in public life, and the problem of toleration.

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