Gospel of St. John 1:21-25 (Greek)

The lesson below belongs to the Classical Liberal Arts Academy’s Greek Reading I course. In this course, we study the Gospel of St. John in the New Testament. Students wishing to master the lesson below are to complete translation exercises daily from Greek into English and English into Greek, until … Read more

Latin Vocabulary, Lesson 11. Metals

To complete this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the lesson below, carefully and completely. Read the instructions for translation exercises. Complete translation exercises. Memorize all lesson vocabulary. Work to earn a perfect score on your lesson exam. Lesson Plumbum est molle et grave. Ferrum est durum et Calybs durior. … Read more

Newman on Modern Students

“The pleasurable excitement of reading what is new is their motive principle; and the imagination that they are doing something, and the boyish vanity which accompanies it, are their reward. They do not like Logic, they do not like Algebra, they have no taste for Mathematics; which only means that they do not like application, they do not like attention, they shrink from the effort and labour of thinking, and the process of true intellectual gymnastics.”

St. John Henry Newman
On the Idea of the University

Aristotle, On Interpretation. Chapter 09

In this lesson, we will study chapter 09 of Aristotle’s work “On Interpretation”. translated by Thomas Taylor. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Study the Prelection. Read through the lesson once for familiarity. Study the lesson for mastery. Complete the lesson assessment. Prelection by William … Read more

Aristotle, On Interpretation. Chapter 8

To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Read through the lesson below. Study the lesson for mastery. Complete the lesson assessment questions. Lesson Translation by Thomas Taylor. WHAT ARE SIMPLE ENUNCIATIONS? 1. The affirmation, however, and also the negation is one, which signifies one thing of … Read more

Aristotle, On Interpretation. Chapter 7

Of Universal, Particular, Indefinite and Singular Enunciations Chapter 7 of Aristotle’s work On Interpretation” is one of the most difficult chapters for students to understand. To complete the objectives of this lesson, complete the following tasks: Read through the lesson below. Study the lesson for mastery. Complete the lesson assessment … Read more

Understanding Chapter 11 of Porphyry’s Introduction

Students often have a difficult time understanding chapter 11 in Porphyry’s Introduction, but this is actually very simple. In the Introduction, Porphyry is explaining the five kinds of things that can be predicated of subjects, known as the five predicables: Genus, Difference, Species, Peculiarity and Accident. In chapter 11, Porphyry … Read more

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