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Francisco Suárez: Philosopher at the Crossroads
October 13, 2023 - October 14, 2023
Join the Philosophy Department for a two-day workshop on the 16th-century Spanish priest, philosopher, and theologian Francisco Suárez (1548-1617). It will examine various aspects of Suárez’s philosophy, a scholastic philosopher working at the crossroads of late medieval and early modern philosophy.
- Jean-Pascal Anfray (École normale supérieure, Paris), “Suárez on matter, quantity and three kinds of extension.”
- Shane Duarte (University of Notre Dame), “Suárez, Extrinsic Denomination, and the Explicatio entis.”
- Sydney Penner (Ashbury University), “Suárez on the Origin of Falsity.”
- Kara Richardson (Syracuse University), “Suárez on Final Causality and Human Action.”
- Tad Schmaltz (University of Michigan), “Was Suárez an Essentialist in Metaphysics?”
- Cecilia Trifogli (Oxford University), “Suárez on Time.”
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