______________________________________________________________________ You are cordially invited to attend a colloquium on

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“Kierkegaard’s Distinction Between a Genius and an Apostle and its Echoes in C.S. Lewis and George Steiner”

David Lyle Jeffrey Distinguished Professor of Literature and the Humanities, Honors College Baylor University The Senior Commons Room in Memorial Hall Tuesday, September 10th, 4:00-5:00pm Join us afterwards for dinner at Trujillo’s (at the circle). _____________________________________________________________________
The Baylor Kierkegaard Society seeks to promote interest in and the academic study of Søren Kierkegaard among Baylor graduate students and faculty. Specifically, it hopes to increase communication between the Philosophy and Religion departments concerning the study of Kierkegaard and, thereby, to foster a spirit of collegiality between them. The lectures seek to be informal enough to allow for lively response or discussion by the attendees, while maintaining a scholarly focus that is conversant with broader academic issues in Kierkegaard studies. Feel free to extend the invitation to undergraduates, graduate students or faculty who might be interested. Questions? Contact Will Williams (Will_Williams@baylor.edu) or Karl Aho (karl_aho@baylor.edu).

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