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Interview with Dr. J.D. Trout

February 17th, 2017

Q: What got you interested in philosophy to begin with? A: If you go really far back, I had a really good Jesuit teacher in public school. He had left the seminary, and we used to beg him to lecture. Usually in high school you were trying to avoid lectures. Q: What did he teach? […]


Lecture: John Rist, “We Don’t Do Truth,” LUC, Feb 6

February 3rd, 2014

WE DON’T DO TRUTH John Rist Catholic University of America University of Toronto, Emeritus In the spirit of Augustinian Platonism, this lecture treats -by “indirection”- aspects of secular culture. In contrast to post-modern and skeptical perspectives, it argues: first, Nietzsche was right to fear that we have not gotten rid of God because we still […]


Catholic Q & A with Fr. James Murphy, S.J., Jan. 28

Catholic Q & A with Fr. James Murphy, S.J., Jan. 28

January 24th, 2014

The second biannual “Catholic Q&A” is on Tuesday (1/28) at 7 in Damen (Campus Ministry Suite, 217). The Topic: “Catholicism: What’s t/Truth Got To Do With It?” Professor James Murphy, S.J. will lead.   Flyer below: a fun reference to Plato and the allegory of the cave. And: it’s always a humdinger when t/Truth is on the […]


New Perspectives on Understanding in Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology accepting proposals

New Perspectives on Understanding in Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology accepting proposals

April 9th, 2013


CFP: 4th annual Notre Dame/Northwestern Graduate Epistemology Conference

January 15th, 2013

The philosophy departments at the University of Notre Dame and Northwestern University are proud to announce the fourth joint annual graduate epistemology conference, to be held at the University of Notre Dame April 26-27, 2013. Our keynote speaker will be Thomas Kelly (Princeton). Submission Guidelines: We welcome submissions in the field of analytic epistemology, broadly […]