Saint Mary’s College of California
Department of Philosophy
Office of Academic Affairs
Bishop John S. Cummins Institute
the second of two ventures in the Sesquicentennial “Greatest Conversations”
Dr. Edward C. Feser
The Last Superstition:
A Refutation of the New Atheism
Student members of Philosophy 170: The New Atheism, Examining the Arguments will present formal queries on the arguments of Professor Feser’s celebrated (Booklist “Editor’s Choice in Religion,” ForeWord “Best Book in Religion”) rejoinder to the “New Atheism.” Professor Feser’s responses will be followed by general questions and discussion from the floor.
Saint Mary’s College
Thursday, 9 May, 2013
Galileo Hall, Rm. 201
Dr. Edward C. Feser is Associate Professor Philosophy, Pasadena City College; he is author (among a number of books and articles) of On Nozick (2003), The Philosophy of Mind (2005; rev. 2006), Locke (2007) and Aquinas (2009), and editor of The Cambridge Companion to Hayek (2006). Dr. Feser’s writing is widely noted for its pungent style and philosophical lucidity.
This Author’s Interrogatory, and its companion, “Dr. Michael Tooley, Interrogatory on ‘Does God Exist?’,” have been made possible by a Provost’s “Great(est) Conversation(s)” grant in celebration of the Sesquicentennial of Saint Mary’s College, by the generous support of the Bishop John S. Cummins Institute for Catholic Thought, Culture and Action, and by the Department of Philosophy, Saint Mary’s College of California
Lorinda Cunha | Administrative Assistant
Moraga, CA 94556