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A lecture by Prof. Paul Gondreau of Providence College.
WLH 207 | 100 Wall St, New Haven, CT 06511
This lecture is free and open to the public.
Join us for a day-long conference for a deeper exploration into the "Good Life." Speakers will delve into the nature of the human person, contemporary trends in positive psychology, universal human desires, and the search for lasting fulfillment. Above all, the conference will indicate why there is strong reason to believe that the "Good Life" is much more than the psychological well-being implied by present accounts of the human person and why the classical understanding of love and friendship is more relevant today than ever.
Refreshments and dinner will be provided. Please click here to learn more about the event and register.
Presenters: will include:
Fr. James Brent, OP (Dominican House of Studies)
Fr. Dominic Legge, OP (Thomistic Institute and Dominican House of Studies)
Prof. Adam Eitel (Yale Divinity School)
Prof. Candace Vogler (University of Chicago)
Yale Graduate Chapter
A lecture by Prof. Michael Pakaluk (Catholic University of America).
A Conference on Christianity and Freedom
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
A lecture by Dr. Daniel De Haan (Post-doctoral fellow, Cambridge University)
A lecture by Angela Knobel (Catholic University of America)
Lecture by Dr. R.R. Reno (First Things).
12: 10 pm