“The initial relationality of the human person towards the outer world of nature and other persons is primarily receptive, in need of actualizing its latent potentialities from without. The human person as child first goes out towards the world as poor, as appealingly but insistently needy.” –Norris Clarke S.J.

Modernity

Modernity

2020-21

Zephyr Philosophy Club 2020-21

Zephyr Philosophy Club 2020-21

2020-21

A monthly philosophy gathering for high school students, led by Dr. Molly Oshatz (Zephyr Institute)

Bioethics Reading and Discussion Group

Bioethics Reading and Discussion Group

Second Tuesday & Fourth Thursday, 4:00 p.m. Pacific

A reading and discussion group for physicians and physicians-in-training, led by Professor Aaron Kheriaty, MD (UC Irvine)

Beauty

Beauty

August 20, 2020

A lecture by Joel Dominic ’20 (Stanford University)

The Intersubjective: Experience, Consciousness, Relation

The Intersubjective: Experience, Consciousness, Relation

August 3-7, 2020

A symposium featuring student speakers from Stanford, Berkeley, Reed College, Thomas Aquinas College, and Proof School

T.S. Eliot, Poetic Impersonality, & the Via Negativa

T.S. Eliot, Poetic Impersonality, & the Via Negativa

July 30, 2020

A lecture by Emily King ’19 (University of Chicago)

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