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Wed, Feb 05 | The University of Texas at Austin

Reading Group: What We Can't Not Know

Undergraduate students are invited to join Professor J. Budziszewski, the Thomistic Institute, and the Austin Institute for an 11-week reading of What We Can't Not Know, an exploration of the rational foundation of right and wrong.
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Reading Group: What We Can't Not Know

Time & Location

Feb 05, 2020, 3:00 PM – Apr 08, 2020, 4:00 PM
The University of Texas at Austin, Batts Hall, Room 1.130

About The Event

This semester UT undergrads will have the unique opportunity to discuss a seminal book on natural law with the author himself! Beginning February 5th, Professor J. Budziszewski will be leading an 11-week discussion of his book, What We Can't Not Know. Copies of the book will be offered free of charge to participating students.

The reading group will meet every Wednesday (except during Spring Break) until April 22nd. We'll begin at 3:00 PM and wrap up at 4:00 sharp. To receive updates about location/meeting dates and instructions on where and when to pick up your copy of the book, just sign up below.

Professor Budziszewski is a professor of government and philosophy at the University of Texas, Austin, where he also teaches courses in the law school and the religious studies department.  He specializes in political philosophy, ethical philosophy, legal philosophy, and the interaction of religion with philosophy. Among his research interests are classical natural law, virtue ethics, conscience and moral self-deception, the institution of the family in relation to political and social order, religion in public life, and the problem of toleration.

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