The Thomistic Seminar: Themes in Aquinas and Charles Taylor


August 6-12, 2017
Princeton, New Jersey

The 12th annual Thomistic Seminar for graduate students in philosophy and related disciplines will take place August 6-12, 2017. It will examine Themes in Thomas Aquinas and Charles Taylor.

Topics:

Mind and Action
Embodiment and Selfhood
Individual and Society
Morality and Disagreement
Secularism and Religion

Faculty:
Director: John Haldane, Baylor University and University of St. Andrews
Sarah Broadie, University of St. Andrews
John O’Callaghan, University of Notre Dame
Candace Vogler, University of Chicago
Therese Cory, University of Notre Dame

Eligibility
This seminar is open to graduate students in philosophy and related fields.

Applications:
Click here for information on how to apply to the Thomistic Seminar. Applications will be considered until March 26, 2017.

Admissions Information and Waiting List:
Decisions regarding admissions will be made approximately two weeks after the application deadline. Due to the volume of applicants, the Institute does not guarantee all qualified applicants will be accepted to take part in the seminar. However, in addition to our accepted students, we place up to three applicants on a waiting list. These applicants may be invited to the seminar in the event that any accepted students are unable to attend.

Registration Fee: A non-refundable $250 fee will be required of all accepted students to serve as payment for all meals, housing, and readings.

Flyer:
Click here to view the Thomistic Seminar flyer.

Questions?
Please direct any questions to RJ Snell at RSnell@winst.org.