HEAR YE! HEAR YE!
Announcing a “Call for Papers and Plenary Session Panelists” for an international congress to
discuss the revolutionary proposal:
RENEWING THE WEST BY RENEWING COMMON SENSE
LOCATION: Seminary of the Immaculate Conception
440 West Neck Road
Huntington, Long Island, NY 11743
DATES: THURSDAY AFTERNOON 17 JULY 2014 to
SUNDAY MORNING 20 JULY 2014
CHIEF TOPICS OF DISCUSSION:
A Common Sense Understanding of Ethics
A Common Sense Understanding of Politics
A Common Sense Understanding of Philosophy, Science, and the Art
A Common Sense Understanding of Religion and Theology
ALSO ANNOUNCING FORMATION OF The Thomistic Leadership Circle
The Aquinas School of Leadership, Management, and
• Adler-Aquinas Institute
• Aquinas School of Leadership, Management, and Organizational Development
• Caritas Consulting
• Catholic Education Foundation
• Catholic Education Online/MOOC
• Center for the Study of the Great Ideas
• Holy Apostles College and Seminary
• International Étienne Gilson Society
• Studia Gilsoniana, a Journal in Classical
People interested in presenting a paper or being a plenary session panelist should contact conference organizer, Dr. Peter A. Redpath, ASAP, at: firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: This meeting will focus on discussion, not lecture. We intend it as a working conference in which all participants will be as actively involved as possible. Hence, we will try to have as many participants as possible as plenary session panelists.
Total cost for overnight accommodations for 3 nights, plus 9 meals, conference participation, coffee breaks, cocktail reception, and registration: $325.00. The cost is a package deal (whether a person stays 1, 2, or 3 nights). Early arrivals on Wednesday evening permitted at a nominal additional cost (to be determined by the Seminary).
Presently, the Seminary has 30 air-conditioned rooms available for overnight accommodations. They have many other rooms presently available, but only 30 are air conditioned. Those wanting those rooms should register now and reserve them ASAP.
Registration to start after 12:30 pm lunch on Thursday, 17 July 2014.
Go to the Adler-Aquinas Institute website for further information