Podcast


From Suffering, Wisdom.
Simone Weil on Aeschylus on Divine Love and Human Suffering

Presented at the 2014 Colloquy of the American Weil Society at University of Ottawa.

Podcast of Lecture (mp3)

Abstract

Powerpoint

Other ancillary materials can be found at
http://dbanach.com/weil2014/

 

David Banach

Department of Philosophy Saint Anselm College

Dostoevsky and Levinas: The Ethics of Infinite Love

Slideshow                                            Abstract

Presented at the 2013 NALS Meetings in Pittsburgh July 2013.

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David Banach

Department of Philosophy Saint Anselm College

The Rebel and the Saint: Reading Camus with Dostoevsky

Slideshow                                            Abstract

Presented at the 2013 ACTC Meetings in Ontario April 2013.

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Ralph Wood
University Professor of Theology and Literature at Baylor University
Distinguished Professor in Christian Culture at Providence College,
2010-2011

Branding with the Cross:
Flannery O’Connor on the Comedy of Christian Formation

Bean Lecture delivered on October 28, 2010 at Saint Anselm College

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Resources for Professor Wood’s Colloquium, “The Homeless
Mother with the Torn Hair: Chesterton’s Marian Vision of the Nativity” :

Professor Wood’s Homepage: http://homepages.baylor.edu/ralph_wood/

Aphorisms of G.K. Chesterton: http://bearspace.baylor.edu/Ralph_Wood/www/chesterton/chesterton_aphorisms.pdf

Selected poems of G.K. Chesterton: http://bearspace.baylor.edu/Ralph_Wood/www/chesterton/cp.pdf

Peter Godfrey-Smith

Department of Philosophy Harvard University

The Evolution of Meaning

Bean Lecture

and 2010 R. Peter Sylvester Keynote Address of the Northern New England Philosophical Association (NNEPA) Meetings on October 15, 2010 at Saint Anselm College

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Serena McGushin

of the Philosophy Department at the University of Connecticut

Hannah Arendt on Conscience, Judgment, and Human Rights

Philosophy Colloquium Delivered at Saint Anselm College on September 22, 2010.

Hannah Arendt on Conscience, Judgment, and Human Rights

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Kevin Staley

Professor of Philosophy at Saint Anselm College

Divine Perfection: A Note on the Classical and NeoClassical Debate

Philosophy Colloquium Delivered at Saint Anselm College on March 25, 2010.

Divine Perfection: A Note on the Classical and NeoClassical Debate

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Vincent Colapietro

Liberal Arts Research Professor at Pennsylvania State University

Olaf Tollefsen Lecture:”Action, Practice, and Tradition”: Reflections in Honor of Olaf Tollefsen”

Delivered at Saint Anselm College on March 18, 2010.

“Action, Practice, and Tradition”

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Robert Anderson
Department of Philosophy
Saint Anselm College

This paper was presented at a Philosophy Department Colloquium on December 8, 2009.

Robert Anderson: The Value of Human Life. Would you want to be a Brain in a Cyborg?”

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Interview with Prof. Drew Dalton, Department of Philosophy, Saint Anselm College on his new book:

Longing for the Other: Levinas and Metaphysical Desire

2009. Duquesne University Press

http://www.dupress.duq.edu/pubDetails.asp?theISBN=9780820704258

http://www.amazon.com/Longing-Other-Levinas-Metaphysical-Desire/dp/0820704253/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1257810874&sr=8-1

Interview: Longing For the Other

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