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Vol. 3, No. 1 (fall 2005)

ACPA Satellite Session

At the fall 2006 conference of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, the Institute for Saint Anselm Studies sponsored a satellite session entitled "The Dimensions of Time in Anselm, Aquinas, and Duns Scotus," at which three papers were read. The Saint Anselm Journal is pleased to present those three papers here.

What's the Difference? On the Metaphysics of Participation in a Christian Context (PDF/245KB)
by David C. Schindler
Villlanova University

Participation and Kenosis: A List for Schindler (PDF/133KB)
by Merold Westphal
Fordham University

Participation and Theology: A Response to Schindler's "What's The Difference?" (PDF/229KB)
by Christopher J. Malloy
University of Dallas

The Saint Anselm Lecture

This annual lecture by a distinguished academician is part of the college's celebration of the feast day of its patron saint, Saint Anselm of Canterbury, and is open to all members of the college community as well as the general public. This year's lecture was given on April 21, 2005, by Thomas S. Hibbs, Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Culture and Dean of the Honors College at Baylor University.

Iris Murdoch, Spiritual Exercises, and Anselm's Proslogion and Prayers (PDF/153KB)
by Thomas S. Hibbs
Baylor University

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