A Conference in Honour of Professor Stanislav Sousedík’s 90th birthday
27th–29th October 2021
A section devoted to historically oriented papers bearing upon Renaissance and Baroque scholastic thought (relationships to medieval scholasticism, early-modern philosophy or analytical philosophy not excluded).
A section designed for papers attempting to bring late-scholastic ideas up to date using the approach and methods of analytical philosophy; while papers deriving from medieval scholasticism (for example, in the vein of analytical Thomism), or systematic lectures on analytical metaphysics are also welcome.
A section devoted to the apologetic of Christian worldview, or a vindication of the philosophical prerequisites of Christian faith, with a special aim at a critical evaluation of the various ways in which the continental post-scholastic philosophical tradition has adversely affected Christian, especially Catholic, orthodoxy.
John Haldane (online)
Ulrich G. Leinsle
Paul Richard Blum