Rational Philosophy

St. Thomas Aquinas wrote, “There is a second mode of order considered by reason, which is that which reason establishes in its own act of consideration, when it arranges its concepts among themselves, and the signs of concept as well, because words express the meanings of the concepts…The order that reason makes in its own act of consideration pertains to rational philosophy (logic), which properly considers the order of the parts of verbal expression with one another and the order of principles to one another and to their conclusions.” In the Classical Liberal Arts Academy, we offer a complete study of Aristotle’s “Organon”, which is the master text of the science of rational philosophy.