Founded in 1994, The Aquinas Review is an annual publication of Thomas Aquinas College. Its aim is to provide a forum for a deeper consideration of those matters that constitute the College’s curriculum and are central to genuine Catholic liberal education. Consistent with the nature of the College, The Aquinas Review is marked by fidelity to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church and a respect for the great tradition of liberal learning, which is our common heritage.
The essays in The Aquinas Review reflect positions taken by their authors and not necessarily the College itself. The editor — in collaboration with the editorial board — determines the contents of each issue. Any interested person may submit an essay for consideration or letters or comments on articles already published.