September 7 Edward Halper, University of Georgia (video)
Aristotle’s De Anima and the Possibility of Thinking Being
September 28 Kevin White, The Catholic University of America
Aquinas and De Anima III.6: A Response to Kurt Pritzl
October 19 Jonathan Beere, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin (video)
The Intellectual Capacity as the Form of the Human Animal
October 26 Ronald Polansky, Duquesne University (video)
Aristotle on Accidental Perception
November 9 Andrea Falcon, Concordia University (video)
The Place of the De Anima in Aristotle's Explanatory Project
November 16 Therese Druart, The Catholic University of America (video)
Aristotle or Galen? Islamic Philosophers on Animal Cognition and Behavior
November 30 Richard Taylor, Marquette University (cancelled)
Averroes on Knowing Separate Substances
December 7 Timothy Noone, The Catholic University of America (video)
Scotus and Scotists on Aristotle's De Anima
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This series is made possible by a generous grant from the Franklin J. Matchette Foundation
and the support of the Thomas and Dorothy Leavey Foundation and the George Dougherty Foundation.
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