The USU Catholic Newman Center will hold its annual Newman lecture on Tuesday, October 20 from 4:30-6:00pm. The speaker this year is Maureen Condic, professor of neuro-biology at the University of Utah. Her lecture is titled, “The Beginning of Life”. Eccles Science Learning Center, Room 046.
It should be a very interesting talk. Reminder that later the same evening, the Philosophy Club will gather at the Bullshead at 8pm to discuss chapter 1 of Jean-Luc Marion’s God Without Being. For the reading, see the usuphilosophy.com blog announcement. (I think the only connection between the two events is that both Dr Condic and Marion are Catholic).