Philosopher Sean Kelsey on Writing About Aristotle

Professor Sean Kelsey is an associate professor of philosophy and the chair of the de Nicola Center’s Faculty Advisory Committee. He was on sabbatical in 2017-18, writing a book on Aristotle’s De Anima with a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. In this episode, we discuss the writing process, the Center’s student formation work, and the role of the Center in supporting the Notre Dame’s Catholic identity.

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October 12, 2017

Religion and PhilosophySean KelseyCatholic IdentityChristianityCatholicismCollege of Arts and Lettersde Nicola Center for Ethics and CulturePhilosophy

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