St. John's College Lecture Transcripts—Santa Fe

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St. John's College Lecture Transcripts—Santa Fe

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Items in this collection are part of a series of lectures given every year at St. John's College at the Santa Fe, NM campus.

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Santa Fe, NM

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St. John's College Meem Library

Collection Items

What would Kepler say to Einstein?
Transcript of a lecture given on November 5, 2021 by William Donahue as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series. The Dean's Office provided this description of the event: "Einstein once wrote that there is little value, other than the…

Incommensurability : Meno and the diagonal
Transcript of a lecture given on October 21, 2020 by Cary Stickney as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series. The Dean's Office provided this description of the event: "Can beautiful speeches give rise to beautiful deeds? Please join the SJC…

The Qur'an : an introduction for Johnnies
Transcript of a lecture given on June 16, 2021 by Ken Wolfe as part of the Graduate Institute Summer Lecture Series. Mr. Wolfe provided this description of the event: "In this introduction to the Qur'an, I will explore the context of its composition…

Learning to love Lincoln : Frederick Douglass's journey from grievance to gratitude
Transcript of a lecture given on December 4, 2020 by Diana Schaub as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series. The Dean's Office provided this description of the event: "Having originally been a severe critic of Abraham Lincoln, the radical…

The magnificent pendulums
Transcript of a lecture given on November 18, 2020 by Howard Fisher as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series. The Dean's Office provided this description of the event: "With Galileo, we learn to understand the two natural motions by reducing…

Maxwell reads Faraday
Transcript of a lecture given on April 24, 2020 by Howard Fisher as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series.

The phenomenology of blackness
Transcript of a lecture given on November 22, 2019 by Michael Sawyer as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series.

The heptadecagon
Transcript of a lecture given on October 8, 2019 by Grant Franks.

The pentagon and the heptagon
Transcript of a lecture given on October 1, 2019 by Grant Franks.

Constructible numbers
Transcript of a lecture given on September 24, 2019 by Grant Franks.

Trigonometric interpretation of complex numbers
Transcript of a lecture given on September 17, 2019 by Grant Franks.

Meet your new best friend : the square root of negative one
Transcript of a lecture given on September 11, 2019 by Grant Franks as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series.

Reconciling subjectivity and substance : Hegel's critique of pure personhood
Transcript of a lecture given on September 6, 2019 by Jonathan Hand as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series.

Returning to Lucretius
Transcript of a lecture given on April 5, 2019 by Thomas Nail as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series.

On teachers and students : Heidegger in America
Transcript of a lecture given on September 21, 2018 by Michael Gillespie as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series.

The (Plato's) Cave, and the cave beneath the cave, in Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit
Transcript of a lecture given on October 10, 2014 by Jonathan Hand as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series.

Recognizing Odysseus
Transcript of a lecture given on February 1, 2019 by Margaret Kirby as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series.

Truths about quantum mechanics
Transcript of a lecture given on November 30, 2018 by Bernhardt Trout as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concern Series.

A ramble of fern hill
Typescript of a lecture delivered on April 8, 1994 by Jonathan Tuck.

Kant's grounding of a dual metaphysics
Transcript of a lecture given on February 8, 2017 by James Carey as part of the Dean's Lecture and Concert Series.
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