Symposium 2016

The 2016 Symposium on
St. Thomas Aquinas

Tuesday, March 22, 2016
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.

with Discussion afterwards
Rice Commons-Student Center

 Reception immediately following

Free and Open to the Public

   St. Thomas Aquinas

Symposium Speaker: Fr. Brian Davies, O.P.
“Thomas Aquinas on God and Evil”

lecture video
 

Fr. Brian Davies, O.P.Fr. Brian Davies, O.P.
Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, 
Fordham University

About Him

Fr. Brian Davies, O.P., is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University and author or editor of numerous works in the Philosophy of Religion and the thought of Saint Thomas Aquinas. In 2011, he published Thomas Aquinas on God and Evil (Oxford University Press) and in 2012 co-edited with Eleonore Stump, The Oxford Handbook of Aquinas.  

About His Talk

This lecture will explain how Aquinas thinks about God and Evil while not supposing that God is a morally good agent, as many people do when discussing the topic of God and Evil.

For further information, please contact Barb Westra, Administrative Assistant, Department of Religious Studies, 574-284-4534.

This Symposium is sponsored by the Joyce McMahon Hank Aquinas Chair in Catholic Theology, held by Dr. Joseph Incandela. 

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