Other Sponsored Lectures

"The English Catholic Novel Today: Alive and Well"
Prof. Marian Crowe, University of Notre Dame
April 23, 2008

"Anticipating Narnia"
Rev. Charles Gordon, CSC, University of Notre Dame
December 8, 2005

"Western Images of Islam, Islamic Images of the West: An Interfaith Inquiry"
Benjamin Alexander, Franciscan University of Steubenville
November 4, 2005

"Business as a Calling"
Michael Novak, American Enterprise Institute
September 16, 2005

"What Can Philosophers Learn from the Tradition?"
Alasdair MacIntyre, Jean-Luc Marion, and Charles Taylor
April 30, 2005 at the University of Chicago

"God on the Quad: How Religious Colleges and the Missionary Generation are Changing America"
Naomi Schaeffer Riley, Ethics and Public Policy Center
February 13, 2005

"Stem Cell Research Myths: Getting the Science and the Ethics Straight"
Rev. Tadeusz Pacholczyk, National Catholic Bioethics Center
January 13, 2005

"Restoring the Culture of Life: Life and the Pursuit of Happiness"
Rev. Robert J. Spitzer, SJ, President of Gonzaga University
March 1, 2004

"Julius Caesar and George Berkeley Play Leapfrog: Reflections on the Metaphor of 'the Space of Reasons and the Space of Causes"
Simon Blackburn, Cambridge University
September 12, 2003

"The Good Life: Faith, Hope, Love"
Laura Garcia, Boston College and Dallas Willard, University of Southern California
April 4, 2003

"Winter Rain in Aristotle's Physics: Elemental Teleology and the Role of Phusis"
Margaret Scharle, University of California, Los Angeles
October 29, 2002

"Intervening for Human Rights or the National Interest? Security Policy Past September 11 in Europe and the US"
Janne Haaland Matlary, University of Oslo
July 2, 2002

"Jewish Metaphysics at the Founding"
Michael Novak, American Enterprise Institute
October 16, 2001

"An Artist's Perspective: John Paul II on the Genesis of Human Relationships:
Joseph Rice, Catholic University of America
February 22, 2001

"The Legacy of Pope John Paul II"
George Weigel, Senior Fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center
February 8, 2001

"Saint Alphonsus De Liguari and Visions of Justice"
Hamish FG Swanston, University of Canterbury, co-sponsored by the St. Thomas More Society
September 27, 2000

"Thomist Ethics in America"
John Haldane, University of St. Andrews, Scotland
July 17, 2000

"Disability, Ethics, and Trinitarian Theology"
Hans S. Reinders, Free University, Amsterdam
May 30, 2000

"Nihilism in Popular Culture"
Thomas Hibbs, Boston College
December 2, 1999

"Distinguishing Intention from Foresight: What is Included in a Means to an End"
Christopher Kaczor, Loyola Marymount University
December 2, 1999

"Being Human: Science, Knowledge and Virtue"
John Haldane, University of St. Andrews, Scotland
November 10, 1999

"The Social Origins of Morality"
Robert Nozick, Harvard University
September 17, 1999

"Ethics in Journalism"
Ted Koppel, Nightline
September 17, 1999