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Phenomenology & Religion Reading Circle Kickoff

18 Sep

Tomorrow marks the beginning of the Phenomenology & Religion reading group. This fall we will be examining the debate surrounding the “gift,” particularly in the work of Jacques Derrida and Jean-Luc Marion. We will be meeting at 619 Fisher Hall at Duquesne, at 4:oo on Wednesdays. Hope to see you there! 

More information and PDF’s can be found here.


This week:

11 Mar
  • Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Reading Group will revisit Trigg’s The Memory of Place.
  • The Phenomenology & Religion Reading group will be moved earlier, to 3:45, and will be joined by Dr. McCurry for a discussion of Jean-Luc Marion’s “Saturated Phenomenon.”
  • NEH Symposium (The Body and the Non-Rational in Ancient Greek Thought), Duquesne University.
  • Public lecture by Stephanie Vargo, “Criminal Realities: Reflections on Disturbed Character, Institutionalization and Altered Consciousness,” Point Park University.