The Catholic University of America School of Philosophy and Graduate Student Association present the:
Spring 2017 Lecture Series
All lectures are held in the Aquinas Hall Auditorium.
Light refreshments will follow the conclusion of each lecture.
More information on the Graduate Student Lecture Series can be found here.

"Nietzsche and the Truth of History"
Dr. Anthony Jensen, Providence College

"How the Real World Became Unthinkable, and Why That Might Be a Good Thing: A Brief Discussion of Transgressive Realism"
Dr. Lee Braver, University of South Florida

MARCH 24-25
Spring 2017 Graduate Student Conference
"Philosophy and Education"
More information may be found here.

APRIL 28, 3 PM
"The Movement of Thinking from Consciousness to Comprehension, from Kant to Hegel"
Dr.  Clinton Tolley, University of California at San Diego


Special Lecture:
APRIL 21, 3:30PM
"History, Philosophy, and the History of Philosophy"
The Inaugural Lecture of  Timothy Noone, Father Kurt Pritzl, O.P., Professor of Philosophy
Aquinas Hall Auditorium

Lecture Flyer
Video of Lecture 
Transcript of Lecture
Catholic University News Article