The annual Philosophy Speaker Series brings scholars from across the country to present new work being done in philosophy and to discuss topics of crucial interest to Christian thinkers. All lectures are free and open to the public.
Fall 2018 Speakers
"The Good Life"
Dr. Dan Haybron, Professor of Philosophy at St. Louis University
"Turn Us to You": Augustine's Confessions for the 21st Century
Dr. Joseph Clair, Dean of the College of Christian Studies, Liberal Arts, and Honors, and Associate Professor of Theology, George Fox University
Wheaton College 2018-19 Core Book Symposium
Co-sponsored by Core Studies, English, Modern and Classical Languages and Philosophy Departments, the Wheaton Center for Early Christian Studies
Dr. Agnes Callard, Associate Professor of Philosophy, The University of Chicago
Saving the Guardians: A Theory of the Athletic Soul in Plato's Republic
Spring 2019 Speakers
Dr. Mark Tietjen, Chaplain and Grace Palmer Johnston Chair of Bible, The Stony Brook School
Dr. Eleonore Stump, Robert J. Henle Chair in Philosophy, St. Louis University
Dr. Meghan Sullivan, Professor of Philosophy and the Rev. John A. O’Brien Collegiate Chair, Notre Dame University