The Bearable Lightness of the Middle Ages (Full Lecture)

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From crazy atheists to equally crazy fundamentalists, many have proclaimed the Medieval period as “dark and superstitious.”  They are either ignorant or evil (or, maybe both).  This lecture, viewed through the lens of Romano Guardini’s thought on unity, considers the role of that most medieval of documents, the Magna Carta.  And, finds it. . . good.  Very, very good.

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