December 2, 2010
Philosophy Professor Daniel A. Dombrowski was a featured presenter
at the “Perfect Changes” conference at the University of Munster,
Germany, last month. The international conference focused on American
philosopher Charles Hartshorne whose work involved a social concept of God rather than a monarchical version
espoused in classical theism. Dombrowski
presented on “Hartshorne, Plato, and the Concept of God.”
a prolific scholar, is the author of 16 books and more than 100 articles
on philosophy, theology, classics, and literature. His most recent book, Contemporary Athletics and Ancient Great Ideals, was
published by the University of Chicago Press last year.
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