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Above: Adolph Menzel's "The Iron Rolling Mill" - 1875

Human Motivation Theories, Are They Really Human?  - Manuel Guillén Ph.D

Tuesday, July 10th at 12:15pm at Our Offices - Lunch is Provided

 

Adam Smith and Commercial Society  - Dimitrios Halikias

Friday, July 13th at 12:15pm at Our Offices - Lunch is Provided

 

Private Property and Self-Possession in Wojtyła and Marx - Angela Franks Ph.D

Friday, July 20th at 12:15pm at Our Offices - Lunch is Provided

 

 - Past Workshops -

What's Wrong (and Right) With Cicero's Religion? - Tiernan Kane J.D. 

Friday, June 1st at 12:15pm at Our Offices - Lunch is Provided

 

Restoring Mary Wollstonecraft's Moral Vision - Erika Bachiochi J.D. 

Friday, June 8th at 12:15pm at Our Offices - Lunch is Provided

 

Two Loves Created Two Cities - Fr. Daniel P. Moloney Ph.D.

Friday, June 15th at 12:15pm at Our Offices - Lunch is Provided

 

 - Past Presentations - 

Hume, Kant and The National Economy - Fr. Jeffrey Langan Ph.D.

Friday, April 6th at 12:15pm at Our Offices

Fr. Jeffrey Langan Ph.D. was ordained a priest in 2015, however, prior to his vocational shift he taught at Notre Dame and was later appointed the Chair of the Department of Liberal Studies at Holy Cross College at Notre Dame. He holds two Ph.D.s in political theory and has published a book on the influence of the French Revolution on pivotal thinkers such as Immanuel Kant and John Adams and has a forthcoming book on Pope Pius VI and his confrontation of the French Revolution.

In this talk (below) Fr. Langan guides us through the history of political economy from the perspective of Heinrich Pesch S.J.