In via William E. Carroll at Oxford, a lineup of Thomas-related events at Blackfriars for Hilary term this academic year (January 2014):
30 January: Gilles Emery, OP (Université de Fribourg): "The Relation of Creation"
6 February: Lydia Schumacher (Oriel College, Oxford): "Theological Philosophy: A Thomistic Departure from Inquiry into the Rationality of Christian Faith"
13 February: Emmanuel Durand, OP (Institut Catholique de Paris): "The Gospel of Prayer and Theologies of Providence"
20 February: Reinhard Hütter (Duke University): "What Conscience Is and Why It Matters: Perspectives from Thomas Aquinas and John Henry Newman"
27 February: Afifi al-Akiti (Worcester College, Oxford): "The Metaphysics of Created Human Freedom in al-Ghazali and Aquinas"
6 March: Andrea Robiglio (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven): "Testimony in Aquinas: Articulation and Implications of a Philosophical Problem"
The Seminar meets from 4:30 to 6 pm in the aula of Blackfriars, St Giles
Saturday, 8 March 2014
Aquinas Reading . . .
Plato: Vivian Boland, O.P. (Dominican Curia, Rome)
Pseudo-Dionysius: Fran O'Rourke (University College, Dublin)
Aristotle: William Carroll (Blackfriars, Oxford)
Avicenna and Averroes: Catarina Belo (American University, Cairo)
The Aquinas Lecture
29 January 2014: Gilles Emery, OP (Université de Fribourg): "The Presence of the Trinity Within Us: Knowing and Loving God"