Natural Law in American Rhetoric, Jurisprudence, and Governance

Hosted By:   Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology

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Join us for a stimulating evening discussion with Russell Hittinger (University of Tulsa), Jean Porter (University of Notre Dame), and Lloyd Weinreb (Harvard University). This panel of experts will be moderated by Sr. Marianne Farina, CSC, Assistant Professor of Theology and Chair of the Department of Theology at DSPT.

The full title of this event is: "The Coherence and Applicability of Natural Law in American Rhetoric, Jurisprudence, and Governance."

For more information about this event and the participants, please visit www.dspt.edu/naturallaw.

We will stream this event live over the internet. Please do not RSVP 'Yes' if you plan to join us via livestreaming. You can access our live feed from www.dspt.edu/streaming.

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Date & Time:

Thursday, January 31 at 7:00 PM (PST)

Location:

DSPT

2301 Vine St.
Berkeley, CA 94708

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Lisa Fullam 01/31/13

Alas, sorry to miss it. Sounds like a great evening!

William O'Neill, S.J. 01/30/13

I regret I cannot join you! My mother recently passed away and I am with my elderly father.

Bill O'Neill

Edward MacKinnon 01/30/13

Sorry to change plans and miss it, but I am unable to attend.

Edward MacKinnon

Robert H. Cole 01/27/13

Sorry to miss this, too. It will be very instructive. But we will be out of town on the 31st as well as the 1st.

Alexander Ferrant 01/25/13

I wish I could come, but I be in Canada still.

Tmuir-small 01/25/13

I wish I could be there in person and hope to follow via live-stream.

Thank you for hosting this event!

Sandra Tasca 01/21/13

I plan to "attend" via livestreaming.

Theodore Tsukahara 01/09/13

I have a commitment already for this evening. I regret missing this event. Will there be a transcript or the papers posted for reading afterwards?

Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology 01/24/13

Dear Mr. Tsukahara: This event will be recorded and the recording will be available on our website (http://www.dspt.edu) as well as on our site on http://www.livestream.com. Professors Porter, Hittinger, and Weinreb have all prepared papers for the Colloquium on Friday morning (which will also be recorded and available in the same places). The papers are already accessible here: http://www.dspt.edu/convocation.

Thank you for your comment and your interest!

Dagfinn Follesdal 01/09/13

Dagfinn Føllesdal. I am very sorry to miss it. Being in Norway, I will not even join the livestreaming, which begins at 4:00 AM here.

Michael Torre 01/09/13

I look forward to it. Congratulations to DSPT for being so "up to date" on using the available "electronic wizardry" of our time!

Kris Caltagirone 01/06/13

This looks great. I'm sorry to miss it!

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er
Sean Bryan
Trevor
Anderson
Aaron
Anderson (+1)
Ankido
Sipo
Anne Pym
McDonald
Anselm
Ramelow,
OP
Barbara
Green, OP
Bill
APPLEGATE (+2)
Brian
Green
Bryan
Kromholtz,
OP
Cailin
Shannon
Chris
Renz, OP
Christophe
r
Silva, OFM
David
Basile (+1)
David
Zarri (+2)
Deniz
Demirer
Dennis
Klein, OP
Derek Webb
Dominican
Sisters (+3)
Doug
Homoelle
Eileen
Bitten
Ernest
Pierucci
Fr. Donald
MacKinnon,
CSsR
Fr.
Giuseppe
Pellizzari
,
Fr. Isaiah
M. Molano,
O.P.
Fr. John
Morris, OP
Franz
Berkemeier
Gabriel
Mosher, OP
Grazyna.pe
tra.k3la
Hannah
Woldum
Hilary
Martin
J. A. Gray
Jacqueline
Cormier
James Pepe
Jamie
Martos
Jason
Escalante (+1)
jeanine
castello-l
in
Jkillough
Jpepe
Justin
Charles
Gable, OP
Justyna
Krukowska
Kala
Perkins
Karen
McLaughlin (+1)
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