The Impact of Aristotelianism on Modern PhilosophySeptember 10
Edward P. Mahoney, Duke University
Aristotle and Renaissance Philosophy
Antonino Poppi, Università di Padova
Zabarella or Aristotelianism as a Rigorous Science
Alfredo Ferrarin, Boston University
Hegel on Aristotelian Nous
Christia Mercer, Columbia University
Leibniz’s Aristotelianism and His Concept of Wisdom
Michael Davis, Sarah Lawrence College
Tragedy in the Philosophic Age of the Greeks: Aristotle’s Reply to Nietzsche
Richard Velkley, The Catholic University of America
Speech, Imagination, Origins: Rousseau and the Political Animal
Riccardo Pozzo, The Catholic University of America
Kant on the Five Intellectual Virtues
William A. Wallace, University of Maryland
The Influence of Aristotle in Galileo’s Logic and Its Use in His Science
Richard Cobb-Stevens, Boston College
The Presence of Aristotelian Nous in Husserl’s Philosophy
Stanley Rosen, Boston University
Aristotle and Heidegger: Phronesis or Ontology?
Daniel Dahlstrom, Boston University
Wittgenstein’s Intellectual Virtues
Enrico Berti, Università di Padova
The Reception of Aristotle's Intellectual Virtues in Gadamer and the Hermeneutic Philosophy
All lectures are held at 2:00 p.m. in the Life Cycle Institute Auditorium at The Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., 20064.
This series is made possible by the support of the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation and the George Dougherty Foundation.
For further information, contact the Office of the Interim Dean, School of Philosophy, 202-319-5259, firstname.lastname@example.org.