Master Class in Moral Philosophy: Aquinas & Kant on Final Ends

Monday 28 August 2017
10.00am – 4.00pm
The University of Notre Dame Australia
St Benedict’s Hall, 104 Broadway (Corner of Abercrombie Street), Chippendale

The Institute for Ethics & Society and School of Philosophy & Theology are delighted to host a one-day master class in moral philosophy. The class will focus on the concept of a “final end” in St Thomas Aquinas and Immanuel Kant and will be taught by Professor Candace Vogler (University of Chicago) who will be spending three weeks at Notre Dame as a Distinguished Visiting Fulbright Professor. Professor Vogler is a principal investigator on the Templeton project Virtue, Happiness, and the Meaning of Life, and a world leader in the field of moral philosophy and the history of ethics. The class is free and open to all interested students and researchers. RSVP is essential.

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