Philosophy and Theology Students Hear Renowned Author

by Tom McNamara | Nov 26, 2013

Philosophy and theology students and faculty at Princeton

“The concept of the person exists because we relate to each other as individuals, and because the individuality of the self and other is sacred in our dealings” —Roger Scruton

On October 14th, 2013, faculty from the DeSales philosophy and theology department accompanied fifteen students to Princeton University (pictured at St. Paul's Church on the campus) to see Roger Scruton, visiting professor from Oxford University, deliver a lecture on human nature. Scruton is a world-renowned author of 40 books. He defended the view that human beings are “in but not of” nature.  

Students were also introduced to Robert George, the McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton, where he lectures on constitutional interpretation, civil liberties, and philosophy of law.


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