May 5, 2009
Michael Andrews (Philosophy) has been researching and writing as Senior Research Fellow at the Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu (The Jesuit Historical Institute) in Rome, where he is translating several works of the seventeenth-century Jesuit philosopher, Sforza Cardinal Pallavicino. Recent presentations include: “From Dante to Botticelli: Medieval Art and the Emergence of the Human Form” at the Casa San Costanze Renaissance Philosophy of Art Symposium in Grutti, Umbria; “Faith Within Reason: Edith Stein and the Metaphysics of Reconciliation” at The Grandeur of Reason: Philosophy and Theology Second International Conference in Rome, sponsored by The Center of Philosophy and Theology at the University of Nottingham and Centro di Ateneo per la Dottrina Sociale della Chiesa, Rome; and a guest lecture at Gonzaga University-in-Florence entitled, “Edith Stein’s Philosophy of the Human Sciences: Empathy and the Moral Significance of the Other.” Michael was also recently invited to Campion Hall, Oxford University to help coordinate world-wide scholarly celebrations marking the fourth centenary of the birth of Matteo Ricci, SJ. (in 2010).
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