Candace Vogler spoke with Reverend Lola Wright about about her work as principal investigator of our project on self-transcendence as the key to the connections between virtue, happiness, and the meaning of life, for the Chicago Humanities Festival Fallfest17: Belief! on Sunday, November 12, 2017 at the Chicago Sinai Congregation. Research suggests that individuals who feel … Continue reading Video: Candace Vogler and Rev. Lola Wright at the Chicago Humanities Festival
We’re thrilled to announce two honors for our co-principal investigator Candace Vogler. She has been named the Virtue Theory Chair for the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues at the University of Birmingham, and now holds an appointment to the Royal Institute of Philosophy. The Royal Institute of Philosophy is a charity dedicated to the … Continue reading Honors for Candace Vogler!
Sunday, November 12 | 4 – 5 PM Chicago Sinai Congregation 15 W Delaware Pl | Chicago, IL | 60610 Members: $12 Public: $15 Students and Teachers: $10 ORDER TICKETS Research suggests that individuals who feel they belong to something bigger than just themselves—an extended family, a spiritual practice, work for social justice—often feel happier … Continue reading SUN, Nov 12: Candace Vogler at the Chicago Humanities Fallfest/17: Belief!
The Institute for Ethics and Society hosted Candace Vogler as a Distinguished Visiting Fulbright Professor to the University of Notre Dame Australia from 19 August – 7 September 2017. Here is her public lecture on Synderesis.
Our principal investigator Candace Vogler will be at Vanderbilt University October 5 to speak on moral relativism, hosted by the Thomistic Institute chapter in Nashville. Here is the abstract for her talk. Moral Realism in a Climate of Moral Doubt The thought that good is to be pursued, and bad is to be avoided is … Continue reading Candace Vogler to speak on moral relativism at Vanderbilt University October 5
Our principal investigator Candace Vogler will be at Harvard University September 21-22 to give a Graduate seminar and Medical School seminar delving into topics such as Happiness, Virtue, Evil, and Doing Good. She will be hosted by the Thomistic Institute Graduate Chapter at Harvard University. How to be Happy: Virtue and the Path to Human … Continue reading Candace Vogler to speak on Happiness at Harvard University Sept 21-22
Candace Vogler will give a talk September 15 at Valparaiso University as part of their programming on the theme of the pan-humanities seminar taken by every freshman, and the theme this fall is “human meaning and purpose.” She will be hosted by the Department of Philosophy at Valparaiso University. The Place of Virtue in a … Continue reading Candace Vogler to speak on the place of virtue in a meaningful life, at Valparaiso University September 15