Thinking about God and Work with a Philosopher, a Theologian, and Some Monks
October 01, 2012 Length: 1:05:48The question of how to integrate the activities of one's daily life into one's contemplative life has been a pressing question since the time of Aristotle. In this lecture, Dr. Gary Hartenburg, a professor of philosophy at Saint Katherine College, examines why Aristotle thought it was so difficult to integrate the active and contemplative lives and how a number of Christian thinkers in different traditions have responded to the challenge.
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