Depicting Evil

As part of the Fall Conference of 2017 called, “Through Every Human Heart, ” the following talks were presented: Randy Boyagoda (University of St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto) on “What Is Evil? Is It Really a Clown?”; and Elizabeth Lev (Pontifical University of the Angelicum) and Thomas Williams (University of St. Thomas) on “Good and Evil in Art: Chiaroscuro from Caravaggio to Mel Gibson.” Session chair: Mary Ann Glendon (Harvard Law School).  The Conference explored the perennial problem of good and evil, the significance of this distinction for human flourishing and the common good, and the place of good and evil in the theory and practice of various academic disciplines.

November 11, 2017

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