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Causality Flyer - Email

Causality Flyer - Email

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Historical Sources and Systematic Challenges from a Thomistic Perspective
A Bi-lingual Colloquium Hosted by the

(Angelicum), Rome, Italy

June 24-26, 2014
Organizing Committee Bernhard Blankenhorn, OP
Angelicum (Rome) Angelicum (Rome)

Efrem Jindracek, OP Thomas Joseph White, OP
Thomistic Institute (Washington, DC)

Patron Speakers Include

Miroslav Konštanc Adam, OP
Rector, Angelicum (Rome)

Michel Bastit

University of Bourgogne (Dijon, France)

Serge-Thomas Bonino, OP Richard Conrad, OP Michael Dodds, OP Sergio Parenti, OP

Institut Catholique de Toulouse (France) Blackfriars Hall (Oxford, Great Britain) Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology (Berkeley, USA) Dominican Studium (Bologna, Italy) Papers Will Be Given in Italian or English

The colloquium, designed especially for Dominican friars interested in the thought of Thomas Aquinas, seeks to gather an international team of scholars, both young and mature, in order to study the key notion of causality from the perspective of multiple disciplines. The dialogue between Thomistic cosmology and contemporary natural science, historical issues concerning the texts of Aquinas or the Thomistic tradition, speculative metaphysical problems, as well as issues related to the humanity of Christ and the sacraments as instrumental causes of grace will be considered. Long papers, which are about 45 minutes in length and followed by extensive discussion, feature professors recognized in their field. Short papers, which are 15 minutes in length and followed by a brief discussion, feature both accomplished Dominican professors and young Dominican scholars of significant promise who are preparing for doctoral studies and/or a full-time teaching apostolate. Papers will be presented either in English or Italian (without translation).


Room & board are available at the Angelicum for a limited number of Dominican friars. A donation of 150 euro is requested. This covers a single bedroom, all meals from Monday afternoon ( June 23) through Friday morning ( June 27), and participation at the colloquium. Those attending the colloquium but not staying at the Angelicum are kindly requested to contribute a donation of 30 euro. Bernhard Blankenhorn, OP Email: prefetto.biblio@pust.it Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas Largo Angelicum, 1 00184 Roma Italia

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