The Catholic University of America

 

 School of Philosophy

Graduate Student Spring 2000 Lecture Series

The Catholic University of America

 

 
 

From Necessity to Fate - A Fallacy?

 Sarah Broadie

Princeton University

January 28

 
 
 

Heidegger and the Transcendental Tradition

 David Carr

Emory University

 February 11

 
 
 

Living Arguments: Richard Kennington and the History of Philosophy

 March 24:
 
 

On Ancient and Modern Natural Philosophy

 Richard Hassing

The Catholic University of America

 
 

The Good and the True in Early Modern Philosophy

 John McCarthy

The Catholic University of America

 
 

The Way Up and the Way Down: The Problem of First Principles

 Richard Velkley

The Catholic University of America

 

 
 
All lectures will be held in the Life Cycle Institute Auditorium at 2:00 p.m.
 
All lectures are scheduled for Friday, 2:00 p.m., Auditorium, Life Cycle Institute at
The Catholic University of America, 487 Michigan Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C. 200
 
Please address all inquiries to the Interim Dean, School of Philosophy: (202) 319-5259.
This lecture series is organized by the graduate students in the School of Philosophy and sponsored by the Graduate Student Association of The Catholic University of America.