Lecture: "Rational Individuals: An Introduction to Aquinas's Philosophical Anthropology"


Location: online

Beijing Gateway Series Rev

How did the most important medieval thinker understand human nature and the ethical life? Tianyue Wu, associate professor of philosophy at Peking University, will consider the concepts of "reason" and "individual" as clues to breaking down the contemporary divisions in philosophy of mind, epistemology, meta-ethics, philosophy of action, and moral psychology, and to explore anew the overall picture and core features of Aquinas's philosophical anthropology. Registration required for this virtual event; presentation will be made in Chinese. 

This lecture is the first in a series cosponsored by the Beijing Global Gateway and the Jacques Maritain Center at the University of Notre Dame with the Thomistic Institute at the Angelicum in Rome. 

Originally published at events.nd.edu.