Despite the negative news all around us, we have some good news to share from the Core, regarding several Core faculty.
News and Events
In Core II students can read Simone Weil's take on how study can make us holy.
Some Core II are reading Friedrick Nietzsche, German philosopher from the nineteenth century.
Core II classes will remember one of the medieval writers we read this semester, Julian of Norwich.
Many Core II students are reading Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto this week while some read Pope Francis' Evangelii Gaudium.
This week many Core students may be reading John Locke's Second Treatise and Pope Francis' Laudato Si.
Papers presented at Seton Hall's 2015 Father Jaki International Congress have been included in an edited volume.
MLK Leadership Program, University Core, and Catholic Studies join together with others to celebrate Romero and King.
Our new Core Center Faculty Tutors are all offering their hours online. Students can reach a faculty tutor five days a week.
This week Core II students continue to read selections in the portion of the course called Science and Modernity.
Core II classes, students study the development of modern sciences and faith by reading both Galileo and Genesis.
The Core is happy to announce the publication of a book by one of our Core Fellows, Gregory Floyd, Ph.D. Greg's book, Catholic Reception of Continental Philosophy in North America.
The University Core will offer weekly tutoring by Core faculty to assist students in their Core I and II classes.
Many students in Core II are reading two writers who lived in transitional times, Justin Martyr and Augustine of Hippo.
This week began with a symposium honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It was also the week Core II classes read Perpetua.
The spring semester begins with students in Core II reading First John or 1 Cor. 13 in the New Testament and Plato's Crito.