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Commentary from psychologist Kevin Vost, author of The Four Friendships: From Aristotle to Aquinas and How to Think Like Aquinas
Commentary from political scientist Micah Watson, co-author of C.S. Lewis on Politics and the Natural Law.
…reason is the natural organ of truth; but imagination is the organ of meaning. –C.S. Lewis
High school students discuss 12 Angry Men using EGI’s discussion guide from Liberty and Justice for All: Classic Movies and the Things That Matter Most in a Free Society
Every scene in 12 Angry Men dramatizes the necessary link between justice and truth
Comments from young men in a juvenile detention center after viewing Roman Holiday. The images and dialogue in William Wyler’s masterpiece inspired their moral imagination.
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