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Lecture on Early Modern European Philosophy at St. John's College
FOR RELEASE: October 23, 2012
CONTACT: Gregory Shook, 410-626-2539
Duquesne University professor Daniel Selcer will give a lecture titled “Thought, Image, and the Printed Page in Early Modern Europe” at St. John’s College. The lecture is free and open to the public and will be held in the Francis Scott Key Auditorium on October 26 at 8:15 p.m.
Selcer is an associate professor of philosophy at Duquesne University. He received his bachelor of arts in philosophy from Oberlin College and his master of arts and doctorate in philosophy from DePaul University. Selcer’s research focuses on early modern philosophy as well as contemporary continental thought. He is primarily concerned with debates about matter and materiality, as well as the revival of Epicureanism, in early modern philosophy.
Upcoming Friday Night Lectures:
November 2 “Melodies and Faces: A ‘Meno’ Meditation” by David Stephenson, St. John’s College tutor
November 30 “The Conference in the Meadow: The Choice of Life in Plato’s ‘Myth of Er’” by Greg Recco, St. John’s College tutor