History of Philosophy Workshop: Don Howard


Location: Maritain Library (Geddes 437) (View on map.nd.edu)

The History of Philosophy Workshop is looking forward to resuming its lunchtime meetings this year! Each meeting will consist of a presentation by a graduate student or faculty on a project that they are working on in the history of philosophy, followed by a period of comments/questions from the other participants. The workshop is designed to give grad students and faculty the opportunity to develop ideas and receive helpful feedback on projects/papers in a friendly and low stakes environment. 


Please save the date for our first meeting, where professor of philosophy Don Howard will be presenting! He will be sharing a draft of a paper entitled "Einstein the Theologian" that will explore Albert Einstein's relationship to the moral and intellectual heritage of Judaism. We hope you can join us!

Originally published at historyofphilosophy.nd.edu.