Freedom and the Human PersonSeptember 14
Robert Sokolowski, The Catholic University of America
Freedom, Responsibility and Truth
Kenneth Pennington, The Catholic University of America
The Idea of Freedom in the 'Ius commune'
Seth Benardete, New York University
Freedom: Grace and Necessity
Michael A. Gillespie, Duke University
God, Man and the Will in the Thought of Hobbes
Brian Shanley, O.P., The Catholic University of America
Beyond Libertarianism or Compatibilism: Aquinas on Created Freedom
Leon Kass, University of Chicago
Follies of Freedom and Reason: An Old Story
Nathan Tarcov, University of Chicago
Machiavelli and Human Freedom
Susan Shell, Boston College
Kant on Freedom within the Boundaries of Reason
Robert Pippin, University of Chicago
On Giving Oneself the Law: Freedom as Self-Legislation
Robert Rethy, Xavier University
Slaves, Masters and Tyrants: On Nietzsche's Concept of Freedom
Eleonore Stump, Saint Louis University
Aquinas on Free Will, Justifying Faith and the Atonement
John Rist, University of Toronto
Freedoms and Would-Be Persons
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, the George Dougherty Foundation, and The Freedom Project of the John Templeton Foundation.
For further information, contact the Office of the Dean, School of Philosophy, 202-319-5259, firstname.lastname@example.org.