Friday, April 01, 2016

Fabro Conference at CUA

This weeekend.

School of Philosophy:
APRIL 1-2, 2016
Sponsored by the School of Philosophy, the English Language Division of the Cornelio Fabro Cultural Project, as well as the the Institute of the Incarnate Word.
The schedule may be found here.

Event Time and Date
Friday, April 1 2016, 2:00 PM to Saturday, April 2 2016, 3:45 PM
2 Days until this Event


2:00 pm - Introductory Panel:

Fr. Nathaniel Dreyer, IVE, Coordinator, English Language Division of the Cornelio Fabro Cultural Project

Fr. Gianluca Trombini, IVE, Director of the Cornelio Fabro Cultural Project

Fr. Joseph Henchey, CSS

3:30 pm - Break

3:45 pm - Msgr. John Wippel, the Catholic University of America
"Cornelio Fabro on Participation and Aquinas's 'Quarta via'"

4:45 pm - Break

5:00 pm - Dr. Joseph T. Papa, the Pontifical College Josephinum
"Fabro, Natural Theology, and the Role of Thomas Aquinas
in Seminary Formation"

6:00 pm - End of Session


9:00 am - Dr. Gregory Doolan, the Catholic University of America
"Aquinas and Fabro on Participation and Double
Exemplarism: Diremtion and Derivation of the
Formal and Transcendental"

10:00 am - Break

10:15 am - Fr. Jason Mitchell, Gannon University
"Thomas Aquinas and Cornelio Fabro: The Metaphysics
of Participation and the Theology of Grace"

11:15 am - Break

1:30 pm - Dr. Joshua Furnal, Radboud University Nijmegen
"The Impact of Søren Kierkegaard
on the thought of Cornelio Fabro"

2:30 pm - Break

2:45 pm - Dr. Patricia Pintado, Mundelein Seminary
"God in Exile: Cornelio Fabro on the Roots of Modern Atheism"

3:45 pm - Symposium Ends
Aquinas Hall 102, Aquinas Foyer, 1st Floor

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