Upcoming Events

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Tailgate: Stanford

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Location: Tent in front of Geddes Hall

Tailgate Group Shot

Save the date to join us for food, fellowship, and fun at a Center for Ethics and Culture Tailgate! We'll cheer on the Irish before two home games this year: September 17 (vs. Michigan State) and October 15 (vs. Stanford). We'll see you under the tent!…

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Thursday, November 10, 2016

Fall Conference: You Are Beauty (November 10-12)

Location: Notre Dame Conference Center

You Are Beauty Postcard

Our 17th annual Fall Conference, "You are Beauty: Exploring the Catholic Imagination," will consider “aesthetic contemplation sublimated in faith” (“Letter to Artists,” Pope St. John Paul II), exploring the relationship between the imagination, beauty, truth, and religion in a variety of contexts, particularly the arts, philosophy, theology, political theory, and the sciences.…

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Bread of Life Dinner: Dolly Duffy

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Location: South Dining Hall Oak Room

Bread Of Life 2015

Each semester, the Center for Ethics and Culture hosts a Bread of Life dinner, where members of the Notre Dame community are invited to share fellowship while reflecting on and discussing their attitudes toward life issues. This semester's dinner will begin with a brief reflection on a beginning-of-life topic given by Dolly Duffy '84, Executive Director of the Notre Dame Alumni Association. Following Dolly's reflection, students, professors, and university staff will reflect together on their own attitudes toward life issues over dinner.…

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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Graduate Student Conference: The Common Good as a Common Project

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Call For Papers Common Good

We invite both theoretical and applied papers that address key questions about the common good: Is the common good still relevant today? Which conception of the common good best illuminates our understanding of politics, ethics, economics, and other social institutions? What arrangements in family life, civil society, and politics will best foster the common good? Submissions are welcome from the perspective of any discipline of social inquiry, including but not limited to: philosophy, theology, political science, sociology, economics, history, and law.

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Monday, March 27, 2017

Graduate Student Conference: The Common Good as a Common Project

Location:

Call For Papers Common Good

We invite both theoretical and applied papers that address key questions about the common good: Is the common good still relevant today? Which conception of the common good best illuminates our understanding of politics, ethics, economics, and other social institutions? What arrangements in family life, civil society, and politics will best foster the common good? Submissions are welcome from the perspective of any discipline of social inquiry, including but not limited to: philosophy, theology, political science, sociology, economics, history, and law.

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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Graduate Student Conference: The Common Good as a Common Project

Location:

Call For Papers Common Good

We invite both theoretical and applied papers that address key questions about the common good: Is the common good still relevant today? Which conception of the common good best illuminates our understanding of politics, ethics, economics, and other social institutions? What arrangements in family life, civil society, and politics will best foster the common good? Submissions are welcome from the perspective of any discipline of social inquiry, including but not limited to: philosophy, theology, political science, sociology, economics, history, and law.

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