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NEW ISSUE Volume 11-2 Now Available!

VolumeXI, No. 2                                                                                      Spring 2010

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Rethinking Recollection and Plato’s Theory of Forms

Lydia Schumacher

Human Life and Its Value
Would You Want to Be a Brain in a Cyborg?

Robert D. Anderson

The Moral Virtues and Instrumentalism in Epicurus

Kristian Urstad

Anselm’s unum argumentu
and its Development in St. Bonaventure

Alessandro Medri

What Blindsight Can See

Jared Butler

A Publication of the
Saint Anselm Philosophy Department

The latest issue of the LYCEUM is out with articles from authors in Greece, England, Ireland, Canada, and the United States.

The LYCEUM especially invites responses to or discussions of articles in this or past issues. Information about submissions can be found here: http://www.lyceumphilosophy.com/?q=node/37 .

You can click on the link below to go to the new issue or click on the pdf link to download a pdf of the entire issue.

NEW ISSUE Volume 11-1 Now Available!

VolumeXI, No. 1                                                                                        Fall 2009

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Kim’s Dilemma and Ecological Reductionism for the Mind

Anoop Gupta

Ecpyrosis and Cosmos in Heraclitus

Theodoros Christidis

Paul Ricoeur: The Intersection Between Solitude and Connection

Kathleen O’Dwyer

Regularity Theory and Inductive Scepticism: The Fight Against Armstrong

Benjamin Smart

Inter Fidem et Rationem:
Discerning the Proper Intersection of Philosophical and Theological Methodologies in the Works of Nicholas Rescher and Joseph Ratzinger

Andrew M. Haines

Pacifism and Virtue Ethics

Rebecca Carhart

The Burden Faced by External Norms: A Response to Bartol

Colin Wysman

A Publication of the
Saint Anselm Philosophy Department

It is not too late to sign up for courses in Philosophy and Humanities for Summer School 2009.
There are courses on Dostoevsky (the Russian existentialist novelist), Philosophy of God, Modern Christian Thinkers, Philosophy and Film, the Nature of Evil, Existentialism, Business Ethics, Logic, Contemporary Philosophy, and Philosophy of Education.
There are also core requirements such as Nature and Human Person and Ethics, as well as Humanities III and IV, for those who want to get requirements out of the way.
The full Philosophy schedule is below:

First Day Session May 18 – June 12 (4 Weeks)

Course #

Catalog Course Title

Instructor

Day(s)+

Begins

Ends

PH107

Ethics Augros

MTWTF

10:30

12:30

PH105

Nature and Human Person

Staley

MTWTF

8:30

10:30

PH321

Logic

Staley

MTWTF

1:30

3:30

PH467

Dostoevsky

Banach

MTWTF

10:30

12:30

Hum201 Humanities III Banach MTWTF 1:30 3:30

Second Day Session June 15 – July 10 (4 Weeks)

Course #

Catalog Course Title

Instructor

Day(s)+

Begins

Ends

PH 326

Philosophy of God

Larson

MTWTF

8:30

10:30

PH323

Philosophy of Education

Augros

MTWTF

10:30

12:30

PH107

Ethics

Konieczka

MTWTF

10:30

12:30

PH105

Nature and Human Person

Banach

MTWTF

10:30

12:30

Hum202 Humanities Iv Banach MTWTF 1:30 3:30

Third Day Session July 13 – August 7 (4 Weeks)

Course #

Catalog Course Title

Instructor

Day(s)+

Begins

Ends

PH345

Modern Christian Thinkers

Larson

MTWTF

8:30

10:30

First Evening Session May 18 – June 24 (6 Weeks)

Course #

Catalog Course Title

Instructor

Day(s)+

Begins

Ends

PH107

Ethics

Brown

MW

6:30

9:30

PH214

Contemporary Philosophy

McGushin

MW

6:30

9:30

Second Evening Session May 19 – June 25 (6 Weeks)

Course #

Catalog Course Title

Instructor

Day(s)+

Begins

Ends

PH336

Aesthetics: Philosophy and Film

Dalton

TT

6:30

9:30

PH105

Nature and Human Person

Latona

TT

6:30

9:30

Third Evening Session June 29 – August 5 (6 Weeks)

Course #

Catalog Course Title

Instructor

Day(s)+

Begins

Ends

PH333

Business Ethics

Anderson

MW

6:30

9:30

Fourth Evening Session June 30 – August 6 (6 Weeks)
Course # Catalog Course Title Instructor Day(s)+ Begins Ends
PH468 Preceptorial: Evil Anderson TT 6:30 9:30
PH342 Existentialism Mahoney TT 6:30 9:30

Register at

http://www.anselm.edu/academics/summerschool/

The latest issue of the LYCEUM is out with articles from authors in England, Lebanon, Singapore, Canada, and the United States. This issue includes a debate on intercultural critique and recognition theory by Colin Wysman and Jordan Bartol in response to Bartol’s article in the last issue of the LYCEUM.

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Volume X, No. 2                                                                                     Spring 2009

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Lucretius’ Venus and Mars Reconsidered

M. D. Moorman

The Ethics of Memory in Thomas Hobbes’ Leviathan

Benjamin Tucker

Internal Injuries:
Some Further Concerns with Intercultural and Transhistorical Critique

Colin Wysman

Universal Injuries Need Not Wound Internal Values:
A Response to Wysman

Jordan Bartol

Enumerative Induction as a Subset of Inference to the Best Explanation

Laith Al-Shawaf

On Epistemology of the Celestial Realm

Aditya Singh

Unhappy Humans and Happy Pigs

Joshua Seigal

Covenantal Theology

The Eucharistic Order of History

By Donald J. Keefe, S.J.

784 pages
Novato, CA
Presidio Press, 1996
$50.00 + $5.00 mailing (add 2.50 for Credit Card Processing via Paypal)

Writing in the Heythrop Journal 36 (1995), B. R. Brinkman states that Fr. Keefe offers us a “fresh theological principle” by proposing the Eucharist as the key to understanding the movement of history as at once integral and free. Eugene TeSelle in America (vol. 168, no. 16) calls Fr. Keefe’s book a “suggestive” and “faith-centered” work that displays utter confidence in the fundamental coherence of all things, uniquely revealed in the “new and everlasting covenant” established by the life, death, and resurrection of Christ. “Man and his world,” Fr. Keefe writes, “have no truth other than the mystery of the Eucharist, and no meaning or significance which does not find there its source and its cul­mination.”

Fr. Keefe is Emeritus Professor of Theology at Fordham University. He taught on the faculties of Canisius College, St. Louis University, Donald J. Keefe, S.J.Marquette University and St. Joseph’s Seminary (Dunwoodie), Yonkers, New York. In 2002, Fr. Keefe was the Cardinal Edmund Szoka Distinguished Visiting Professor of Theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Archdiocese of Detroit.

This work, perhaps the most innovative piece of Catholic systematic theology produced in America in the last fifty years, was first published in two volumes by University Press of America (1991). The Presidio Press revised edition contains the entire two volumes in one, and includes an Appendix that offers an important summary of the whole. The only remaining copies from the original Presidio printing, still in the publisher’s cellophane wrap, are available exclusively through:

Kevin A. McMahon
Department of Theology
Saint Anselm College
Box 1667
Manchester, NH 03102

kmcmahon@anselm.edu

Checks for $55.00 are to be made payable to Saint Anselm College.

 

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Volume IX, No. 1 Fall 2007

LYCEUM

Reverence for Life: A Moral Value or the Moral Value?
Predrag Cicovacki

On the Concept of Personhood:
A Comparative Analysis of Three Accounts
Martin Alexander Vezér

Happiness and Freedom in Socrates and Callicles
Kristian Urstad

The Being of Intentionality
Sean McGovern


A Publication of the
Philosophy Department
Saint Anselm College

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Volume VIII, No. 2 Spring 2007

LYCEUM

Back to Nature: Aquinas and Ethical Naturalism
Gavin T. Colvert

Kant’s Theory of Geometry in Light of the Development
of Non-Euclidean Geometries
Martha King

Plato’s Parmenides
An Analysis and Response to Objections Raised
Colin Connors

The Virgin Desert:
Gender Transformation in Fourth-Century Christian Asceticism
Erin Kidd

Why Parfit’s Contradiction Makes Me Think I Don’t Exist
Alice Evans


A Publication of the
Philosophy Department
Saint Anselm College

Anselm Lecture sponsored by the Anselm Institute at Saint Anselm College
April 19, 2007

Siobahn Nash-Marshall

University of Saint Thomas
Free Will, Evil, and St. Anselm

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Tollefsen Lecture in memory of Olaf Tollefsen
April 16, 2007

David Novack
Shiff Professor of Jewish Studies at the University of Toronto

Natural Law and Divine Command

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Philosophy Department Colloquium

January 30, 2007
David Banach
Saint Anselm College

Science and the Meaning of Life
Responding to Evangelical Atheism

Outline Handout

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