Questions in Philosophy

Questions in Philosophy

SERIES 2 BEGINS THURSDAY 18 OCTOBER 2018 AT 6:00PM

Back by popular demand, this exciting series of talks returns with Series 2: Why the law? The philosophical foundations of legal decision-making.

Dr Brendan Purcell returns with an in-depth and expansive treatment of the philosophical foundations of western law and the person at the heart of legal decision-making.

Questions in Philosophy is an initiative of the St Thomas More Society to enliven intellectual discussion and debate by exploring various philosophical perspectives regarding life, the universe and everything. In a world where intellectual chaos appears to dominate, Questions in Philosophy encourages exploration of each of the topics in light of the rich intellectual tradition of the Catholic Church which has, throughout the centuries, provided a logical, convincing and intellectually satisfying answer to the questions that affect every person on the planet.

Dates: Four successive Thursdays - 18 & 25 October, 1 & 8 November 2018

Time: 6pm - 7pm

Venue: Union University & Schools Club, 25 Bent St Sydney (corner of Bent and Phillip Streets, enter via the Bent St entrance)

Cost: $10 donation at the door

Refreshments and hand-outs to be provided. No RSVP required.

Date: Thursday, 18-Oct-2018

Time: 6pm

Venue: Union University & Schools Club, 25 Bent St Sydney (corner of Bent and Phillip Streets, enter via the Bent St entrance)