Aristotle's Ethics Fall 2021

Class: Tuesday’s at 7:00 PM CST starting September 7th

Office hour: Tuesdays at 6:00 PM (starting September 7th)

Textbook: Any copy of Nicomachean Ethics


Class Description

This is arguably the most important class a student will ever take. Our education makes us smart—not for the sake of intelligence alone, but rather for the sake of making us morally good. Aristotle, a pagan who lived three centuries before Christ, discovered the key to the development of human natural virtue, habit, a topic which is the center of this course. Thomas Aquinas simply called Aristotle “The Philosopher” (which evidences the latter's towering importance) and considered his moral teaching on the natural law authoritative, even compared to Catholic philosophers. Together with the Church History course, the Ethics semester will change the worldview of the successful student more drastically than any other class.


  • Live Zoom lessons taught by Tim Gordon!

  • LIMITED spots available--so grab yours today!

  • We will record ALL classes so that all time zones never miss a class.

  • Best for ages 13 and up (but all ages are welcome!).

  • Cost is $350 for the family (please only immediate family members. There's no limit on immediate family members).

  • Quizzes/tests (and answers sheets and rubrics!) will be emailed to you (it's up to you if you wish to use them!). 



Aristotle's Ethics Fall 2021

  • We cannot offer standard refunds--as in returns, but we are pleased to offer exchanges for a future semester. However, if you have extenuating circumstances, please write an email at and explain what your needs are. 

  • Timothy Gordon, J.D., Ph.L., M.A., is the host and author of Rules for Retrogrades podcast and book.  A loyal son of the Church, Tim taught in Catholic and public high schools and colleges for ten years.  In addition to Rules for Retrogrades, Tim is the author of Catholic Republic.  With his wife and six children, Tim lives and works in Mississippi.  He is currently working toward his PhD in Thomistic Philosophy.