Events & Seminars

9/28/2018 The CTS Colloquium Series Presents Dr. Steven DeLay
Center for Thomistic Studies Logo The Center for Thomistic Studies presents Dr. Steven DeLay, Independent Scholar, speaking on "Jean-Yves Lacoste: From Being-in-the-World to Living-before-God."

10/19/2018 The CTS Colloquium Series Presents Titus Techera
Center for Thomistic Studies Logo The Center for Thomistic Studies presents Titus Techera, Executive Director of the American Cinema Foundation, speaking on "Aristotle on Poetry as a Source of Ethics."

10/26/2018 The CTS Colloquium Series Presents Dr. George Sher
Center for Thomistic Studies Logo The CTS presents Dr. George Sher, Herbert S. Autrey Professor of Philosophy, Rice University, speaking on "A Wild West of the Mind."

11/2/2018 CTS Colloquium Presents Dr. Christopher Wolfe
Center for Thomistic Studies Logo CTS presents Dr. Christopher Wolfe, Assistant Professor of Political Science, UST, speaking on "Looking for the Common Good in Our Republic: Considering Some Objections from Alasdair MacIntyre."

11/30/2018 The CTS Colloquium Series Presents Dr. Thomas Harmon
Center for Thomistic Studies Logo The CTS Colloquium Series presents Dr. Thomas Harmon Speaking on "Pleasant to Read Rather than Potent to Persuade: St. Augustine on the Platonic Division between the Few and the Many."

1/25/2019 CTS Colloquium Presents Dr. Turner Nevitt
Center for Thomistic Studies Logo The CTS Colloquium series presents Dr. Turner Nevitt, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, University of San Diego, speaking on "A Puzzle about Knowing Essence without Existence."

4/26/2019 CTS Colloquium Presents Dr. Mirela Oliva
Center for Thomistic Studies Logo The CTS Colloquium Series presents Dr. Mirela Oliva, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the Center speaking on "Hylomorphism and the Afterlife in Aquinas."



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