The author spent some 35 years practising as barrister and solicitor in New South Wales. His studies at Sydney University’s Law School in the 1960s were balanced with studies in the philosophy of Aristotle and Aquinas at Sydney’s Aquinas Academy.
Philosophy has ever been his first love. His authority to offer the commentary and criticism on the philosophical issues in the text derives from his studying under teachers Fr Austin M Woodbury S.M., Ph.D., S.T.D., foremost philosopher and theologian of the Catholic Church in Australia and his assistants, John Ziegler B. Sc., Geoffrey Deegan B.A., Ph.D. and Donald Boland Ll.B, Ph.D.
How the Universe Operates
Why do the heavenly bodies behave in a contrary fashion to what we are familiar with on earth?Before a wheel can turn, we must ensure rim is joined to axle; before a couple can dance in circle, their hands must be joined. In contrast, the planets circle the sun and the moons circle the planets witho...