Theology and Philosophy

2015 Research Seminars

In 2015 the School of Philosophy hosted the following seminars:

6 March

Prof John Ozolins (Australian Catholic University)
Education as Transformation: Creating Cultural Identity and Civil Society

20 March

Dr Steve Matthews (Australian Catholic University)
Habit and Addiction

17 April

Dr Allan McCay (Macquarie University and University of Sydney)
Mitigation of Punishment: Towards a Diachronic Theory

12 June

Prof C Stephen Evans (Baylor University and Australian Catholic University)
Kierkegaard on the Role of Authority in Ethics

17 July

Prof Michael Morgan (Chancellor's Professor Emeritus, Indiana University)
Jewish Dialogical Philosophy and the Sources of Normativity

21 August

Dr Stewart Braun (Australian Catholic University)
Rawls and Alienation

18 September

Dr David Kirchhoffer (Australian Catholic University)
Human Dignity and Enhancement: A multidimensional approach

2 October

Dr Steve Clark (Centre for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics (CAPPE), Charles Sturt University)
Conservatism, Risk Aversion and Prospect Theory

26 October

Prof Miklos Veto (External Member, Hungarian Academy of Sciences & Honorary Fellow, ACU)
The role of German Idealism in the history of philosophy

30 October (3pm start)

Speaker to be advised