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Thursday, June 4, 2015

Aquinas and the Philosophy of Nature 5th Annual Philosophy Workshop

Location: Mount Saint Mary College, Newburgh, NY

Once again this year, the Center is cosponsoring the Thomistic Institute's Philosophy Workshop at Mount Saint Mary's College. This year, the workshop will explore the key principles in Aquinas’ philosophy of nature. How does St. Thomas understand nature and causation? Is his approach compatible with those of the modern sciences? What, for Aquinas, does it mean to understand the particular character of human nature, and how do material realities themselves suggest the necessary existence of immaterial realities (the human soul and God)?…

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Friday, June 5, 2015

Alumni Reception


Location: Geddes Hall Coffee House


Share a drink and a bite with friends old and new! The Center for Ethics and Culture is offering a taste of local fare provided by some of our many wonderful neighborhood businesses.
This event is free and open to the public.
The Center for Ethics and Culture helps promote the flourishing of Notre Dame’s Catholic mission through academic and cultural conferences, lectures, and events on campus. Learn more at ethicscenter.nd.edu.…

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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Notre Dame Vita Institute

Location: Notre Dame Law School

The 2015 Vita institute will take place June 20-27. Download the application here.
The Notre Dame Vita Institute is an intensive interdisciplinary training program for leaders in the national and international pro-life movement. Through engagement with our premier faculty, interaction with other pro-life leaders, and exposure to award-winning community outreach programs, the Vita Institute aims to further enhance participants’ expertise and prepare them to be more even more effective advocates on behalf of the unborn.…

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Monday, June 29, 2015

Bare Life and Moral Life Symposium

Location: Madrid, Spain

In many of the most visible and contested ethical issues of modern societies, the deepest and richest moral commitments of real people and communities are at stake; for example: the meaning of a life well-lived, the nature of the moral order, the appropriate role of government, the appropriate place for tradition and religious beliefs, and the scope and limits of science all derive out of thick metaphysical and moral commitments.…

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