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June 18 – 23 (Sun – Sat) | University of Chicago Applications, including letters, must be complete by January 15, 2017. Click here for application information and submission portal. Fr. Stephen Brock • Jennifer A. Frey • Dan P. McAdams • Candace Vogler Now in our second year, our 2017 summer seminar, “Virtue, Happiness, and Self-transcendence” is intended for outstanding middle- and advanced-level graduate students and early career researchers in the areas of Philosophy, Psychology, and Theology/Religious Studies. Our aim is to involve participants in our innovative and collaborative research framework within these three fields, and to provide an engaged environment to deepen and enliven their own research. The Seminar is highly intensive, meeting twice a day for one week on the topics below and continues in conversations informally over meals. Participants are housed on the University of Chicago campus and eat communally in a nearby dining hall. The 2017 seminar is supported by a generous grant from the John... Read More ›
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Received opinion is a good place to start but don’t live there permanently. The clever people who inhabit philosophy are often complacent about their surroundings and tend to accept the wisdom of their elders. Their examined life is no more than a cursory glance to discover what the experts tell them is the case. However there is often little in the way of conscious effort to substantiate the Brahmasutra’s (Sankara’s Commentary is meant here) own position by the use of logical arguments and philosophical problems are often circumvented by the use of parables and references to the infallibility of scripture. This is not surprising given that the Brahmasutra’s essentially theological approach, and foundational regard for the Vedas. As a means of persuading one’s philosophical opponents, however, it remains highly unsatisfactory.(from Early Advaita Vedanta and Buddhism by Richard King.)There is nothing more misleading than a half truth but to be mislead by a smaller proportion ... Read More ›
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