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38th Annual Philosophy/Theology Symposium

Date(s): Apr. 19, 2013 - Apr. 20, 2013
Event Time: 4:30 PM

This annual event hosts an internationally renowned scholar at the intersection of philosophy and theology. Jean-Luc Marion of the University of Paris, Sorbonne, will be the featured guest for this year's Symposium and will address the topic of Christian philosophy, including his original notion of the "Saturated Phenomenon." In addition, the Symposium will include an iconography display and chamber music by French composers.

Schedule of Events

Friday, April 19, 2013

4:30pm Dinner (By Reservation Only - RSVP to dwallenfang@walsh.edu by Apr. 12)
6:00pm Art Exhibit / Chamber Music Performance
7:00pm Welcome & Introduction
7:15pm Keynote Address I by Prof. Jean-Luc Marion
8:15pm Q & A
8:30pm Reception

Saturday, April 20, 2013

8:30am Continental Breakfast
9:00am Welcome & Introduction
9:15am Keynote Address II by Prof. Jean-Luc Marion
10:15am Brief Intermission
10:30am Panelist Presentations (Fr. Michael Driscoll from the University of Notre Dame, Dr. Christina Gschwandtner from Fordham University, and Dr. Stephen Lewis from Franciscan University of Steubenville)
11:45am Prof. Marion Response / Audience Interaction / Q & A
12:15pm Lunch (By Reservation Only - RSVP to dwallenfang@walsh.edu by Apr. 12)
1:30pm Depart

Location: Birk Center for the Arts, Walsh University
Cost: Free and open to the public

For more information, contact Dr. Donald Wallenfang, Assistant Professor of Theology, Walsh University at dwallenfang@walsh.edu or 330-244-4930.

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