“Though a man might have all other goods, without friends he would not willingly choose to live.” Aristotle’s words are as true now as they were 2400 years ago when he wrote them. What does Aristotle have to teach us about the character and importance of friendship for our lives? Why would a pagan philosopher’s treatment of friendship be part of a religion curriculum in a Catholic school? Dr. Arthur Hippler will discuss this on Wednesday, April 10 at 10:20 in the Upper School Lecture Hall. All are welcome to attend.

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