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• Is the world eternal? YES
• Do humans have contra-causal free will (i.e., can humans do otherwise)? NO
• Is beauty in the eye of the beholder? YES
• Do humans have souls? YES
• Are there natural rights? YES
• Is it morally permissible to eat meat? NO
• Is the unexamined life worth living? NO
• Is truth subjectivity? YES
• Is virtue necessary for happiness? YES
• Can a computer have a mind? YES
• Can humans know reality as it is in itself? YES
• Is hell other people? YES
• Can art be created accidentally? NO
• Can we change the past? NO
• Are numbers real? NO
• Is it always better to know the truth? YES

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“All Roads Lead to Rome: Pope Paul V’s Promotion of His Global Missionary Success at the Quirinal Palace”

Dr. Mayu Fujikawa, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art History, Bucknell University

Dr. Fujikawa holds a PhD in art history from Washington University, and is a specialist in Italian Renaissance art. Her work, however, crosses geographic as well as disciplinary boundaries, focusing on a variety of media outside the traditional art historical canon and examining East-West relations, particularly the representation of East Asia and East Asians in Early Modern Europe. She is currently completing a book entitled Western Visions of the Far East in a Transpacific Age.

All are invited to attend this presentation which will begin at 3:20 in Fine Arts Visual 150 (the large lecture hall as you enter the main doors of the Chase Fine Arts Center). A reception for students interested in continuing the conversation with Dr. Fujikawa will take place at 4:30 in the Art Conference Room (enter through the main art office).


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