We often say right and wrong are vague and hard to know. The natural law tradition says that’s nonsense: the moral basics are known to every human being. If this is true, then we aren’t ignorant, just self-deceived. So what happens if we tell ourselves that we don’t know what we really do? == Dr. J. Budziszewski Professor of Government and Philosophy University of Texas, Austin
Fr. Stephen Fields, SJ (Georgetown University) delivers the lecture „The Future of Liberalism: Relativism Confronts St. Augustine“ on April 19, 2018 at the University of Chicago.