Alfred J. Freddoso, Ph.D., Distinguished Fellow of the Principium Institute and Oesterle Professor Emeritus of Thomistic Studies, taught for 37 years in the philosophy department of the University of Notre Dame before retiring in July 2016. His research interests include metaphysics and ethics in the Catholic intellectual tradition and the relationship between faith and reason. He has also translated several important Latin scholastic texts. These days he is busy working on a new English translation of St. Thomas Aquinas’ Summa Theologiae and promoting the current modest revival of Thomism in Catholic philosophy and theology. His website, which contains links to his publications, class notes, and other things as well, can be found here.