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This event is part of The Dialogue between Faith and Culture: A Series of Conferences and Symposia in Honor of the Inauguration of the Rev. Peter M. Donohue, O.S.A. as Villanova University’s thirty-second President.  

October 26, 27, 28, 2006

Modern political thought emerged out of the crucible of European religious conflict and issued in a new, religiously neutral, notion of the secular. Postmodern political thought is in some cases the worry, in other cases the hope that the modern notion of the secular has become unworkable and perhaps wholly anachronistic. As the space for politics becomes increasingly contested in religiously plural civic communities, old questions about the division of labor between philosophical, religious, and political pursuits return with a new urgency.
Our nine speakers have been invited to help us think through the fraught question of politics in our uncomfortably postmodern times.

Sponsored by the Josephine C. Connelly chair of Theology and
the Augustinian Chair in the Thought of St. Augustine


Speakers
 James Matthew Ashley
University of Notre Dame

With


Robert Dodaro, O.S.A.

Istituto Patristico Augustinianum, Rome

Roger Haight, S.J.
Union Theological Seminary

Stanley Hauerwas
Duke Divinity School

Sharon D Welch
University of Missouri

 


Robert Bernasconi
University of Memphis

John D Caputo
Syracuse University

Simon Critchley
University of Essex
The New School of Social Research

Fred Dallmayr
University of Notre Dame

 

 

Registration Fee
Faculty:  $100.00

Students: $60.00
 

Coordinators
Michael J. Scanlon, O.S.A.

Josephine C. Connelly Chair of Theology

James Wetzel
The Augustinian Chair in the Thought of St. Augustine

For More Information Contact:

 

Anna Misticoni
Phone:  610-519-4780
E-Mail:  anna.misticoni@villanova.edu

 



Terry DiMartino
Phone:  610-519-8997
E-mail:  theresa.dimartino@villanova.edu

 

 

 

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