2017 Summer Colloquium


Jacob Archambault, Fordham University

Charles Brittain, Cornell University/ University of Toronto

Jeff Brower, Purdue University: “God as the Supreme Good—Anselm’s Platonic Argument”

Susan Brower-Toland, St Louis University: “Ockham and Chatton on the Metaphysics of Miracles”

Francesca Bruno, Cornell University

Nate Bulthuis, Colgate University: “Objective Propositions in Walter Burley’s Super Artem Veterem

Ashley Dressel, College of St Scholastica

Augie Faller, Cornell University

Peter Hartman, Loyola University Chicago: “The Ontological Status of Mental Acts: John Duns Scotus and Durand of Saint-Pourcain”

Tobias Hoffmann, Catholic University of America: “Freedom without Choice”

Scott MacDonald, Cornell University: “Memoria in Augustine’s Philosophy of Mind”

Paul Medeiros, Providence College

John Morrison, Barnard College

John Peck, SJ, Notre Dame

Giorgio Pini, Fordham University: “Scotus on Accidents without Substance”

Fr. Raphael Mary Salzillo, OP, Notre Dame

Machessa Samz, Fordham University

Anat Schechtman, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Mary Sirridge, Louisiana State University: “Anselm on the Justice and Mercy of God:  Seneca in the 11th Century?”

Zita Toth, Fordham University/Conception Seminary College

Scott Williams, UNC, Asheville: “Henry of Ghent on the Trinity and the Metaphysics of Modality”

Thomas Williams, University of South Florida: “Can Anselm Have Everything He Wants?”