Virtual Ethics Colloquium | Hosted by the University of St. Thomas, Houston

To celebrate the publication of a new edition of Dietrich von Hildebrand's Ethics, the Hildebrand Project and the University of St. Thomas in Houston will host an online colloquium exploring various aspects of Hildebrand's moral philosophy and its relations to various other views in ethics and political theory. Seven scholars from across Europe and the United States will present papers on these themes, each of which will be followed by comments and in-depth conversation.


The colloquia will be hosted live on Zoom.

Guests are invited to attend but registration is required. Please register below.


Philip Blosser (Sacred Heart Major Seminary)
Fr. Justin Gable, O.P. (Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology)
Mirela Oliva (University of St. Thomas-Houston)
Joseph Trabbic (Ave Maria University)
William Tullius (American Public University)
Pater Edmund Waldstein, O.Cist. (Monk, Stift Heiligenkreuz)
Maria Wolter (Franciscan University of Steubenville)

Dominic Aquila (University of St. Thomas-Houston)
Gloria Frost (University of St. Thomas-Minnesota)
Sr. Elinor Gardner, O.P. (University of Dallas)
Kathleen Haney (University of St. Thomas-Houston)
Thomas Osborne (University of St. Thomas-Houston)
Mark K. Spencer (University of St. Thomas-Minnesota)
Larry Vaclavik (Deacon, Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston)

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April 23-24, 2021



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