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Beierwaltes Lecture - Jean-Marc Narbonne, 'Negative Knowledge and its Critical Self-Limitation: Reflexions on the Greek Metaphysical Heritage'

last modified Mar 16, 2019 02:18 PM

The Centre hosted Prof. Jean-Marc Narbonne (Université Laval), who presented his Beierwaltes Lecture 'Negative Knowledge and its Critical Self-Limitation: Reflexions on the Greek Metaphysical Heritage' on 5 November 2018. Prof. Narbonne gave an engaging and provocative reflection on polytheism's ability to accommodate competing truth claims. Below are photographs from the event.

 

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