“Is Reading Plato Necessary for Salvation?” College’s Dean To Tackle Topic In Next Public Lecture

Each year, Wyoming Catholic College welcomes lecturers from the wider academic community to the town of Lander—distinguished men and women who contribute complementary perspectives across a wide range of disciplines. Four such lectures are held during the year, and all are open to the public.

The third of the 2017-2018 lectures will be held on February 2nd, when the College’s dean, Dr. Thaddeus Kozinski, will explore the role Plato (and Platonic philosophy) plays in the realm of Catholic education. In addition to serving as Wyoming Catholic’s Academic Dean, Dr. Kozinski is an Associate Professor of Philosophy and Humanities at the College, and is the author of The Political Problem of Religious Pluralism: And Why Philosophers Cannot Solve It (as well as Enemies of Logos: Modernity as Apocalypse, forthcoming from Angelico Press).

The lecture will take place at 7:00PM in the Fremont Room at The Inn at Lander (260 Grandview Drive), and will be followed by a brief Q&A session. We hope to see you there!

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