Summer School 2014
The tentative 2014 Course...
Can Belief in God Be Rational?
The Magnitude of Moral and Natural Evil as a Challenge to Philosophy and Theology
The speaker will be Robert Audi, the John A. O’Brien Professor of Philosophy at the University of Notre Dame. Professor Audi is one of America’s foremost philosophers, especially in the areas of epistemology (theory of knowledge) and philosophy of religion. As author of sixteen books and more than 200 published articles, he has been a staunch defender of foundationalist accounts of justification, the compatibility of reason with religious belief, a place for religion in public life, and the importance of ethical approaches to business and management.
This lecture has been made possible by means of generous support from the Department of Religious Studies, the Department of Economics and Business, the Office of Academic Affairs, the Pittsburgh Area Philosophy Colloquium, and the National Endowment for the Humanities