CTS Colloquium Series
12:30 PM to 2:00 PM | Sullivan Hall, Room 102
The Center for Thomistic Studies Colloquium Series takes place on a weekly basis during the academic year. It consists of a short paper presented by a member of the faculty, a visiting lecturer, or a student followed by a lively discussion.
This week, the Center for Thomistic Studies Colloquium Series presents Daniel De Haan, Ph.D. candidate at the Center for Thomistic Studies. de Haan will speak on "Avicenna on Aristotle's Three Senses of Being and the Scientific Principles of First Philosophy."