Tag Archives: Aquinas

Let Justice Be Done

Let Justice Be Doneby Michael DoyleLet justice be done though the heavens fallIs a worthy maxim that we all seem to recallJustice must be done regardless of consequenceIt’s a powerful construct said with confidenceBut let it be remembered that Piso’s … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: The Divine Comedy – Dante

The Divine Comedy was begun by The Supreme Poet, Dante Alighieri in 1308 and completed in 1320.  It is one of the greatest works in world literature and considered the preeminent piece of Italian literature.  Written in the Tuscan language and divided … Continue reading

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