The Catholic and Dominican Institute’s Eighth Annual Philosophy Workshop, “Aquinas on Divine Attributes,” will be held at Mount Saint Mary College on June 14-17, 2018.
The Catholic intellectual tradition has staunchly maintained that God’s existence can be known by reason alone and long heralded St. Thomas Aquinas’s Five Ways as prime examples of plausible demonstrations. This year’s workshop on the divine attributes will serve as a robust introduction to Aquinas’s natural theology for the Thomistic beginner and a speculative advancement for the veteran. Specific divine attributes will be explored as well as the broader issues of the possibility of knowledge of God in this life and divine naming.
- Anna Bonta Moreland, Villanova University
- Fr. Stephen Brock, Pontifical University of the Holy Cross
- Brian Carl, PhD, Dominican House of Studies
- Michael Gorman, PhD, The Catholic University of America
- Josh Hochschild, PhD, Mount St. Mary’s University
- James Madden, PhD, Benedictine College
- Fr. Raymund Snyder, OP, Thomistic Institute
- Candace Vogler, PhD, University of Chicago
This event is sponsored by the Catholic and Dominican Institute at Mount Saint Mary College; the Thomistic Institute at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C.; and the Notre Dame Center for Ethics and Culture in Indiana.
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Click here to register online. Space for this workshop is limited and registration will close before May 7 if seats are full.
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