(SANTA FE) Heidegger famously begins his Being and Time by trying to reawaken the question of the meaning of being, which has supposedly been forgotten since Ancient Greece. This lecture claims that Heidegger answers the question of the meaning of being, but that the answer raises numerous unforeseen questions. Heidegger’s philosophy of being leads us directly to another classical problem that he discusses less openly: causation.
Polity Radio seeks to give a voice to the St. John's polity through radio. The submitted segments reflect the diversity of the students who submit them, and include readings of essays and poetry, music, student-written radio dramas, and more.
What: Evening Lecture
Title: Some Reflections on the Phenomenon of Beauty
Where: Great Hall, Peterson Student Center, St. John’s College
Santa Fe – St. John’s College invites the Santa Fe community to experience the campus’ creative spirit at the 11th Annual Alumni, Faculty, Staff, and Student Art Show and opening reception on Saturday, September 17, 2011 from 5 to 7 p.m.
St. John’s College is pleased to announce the graduation on Friday, August 6, 2010 of Alain Maurice Antoine, Robert Johnny Madril, Drew Grant Nucci, and Christopher Robert Strauss of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Elizabeth A. Stanley of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
What: Afternoon Lecture
Title: Hans Jonas on the Meaning of Morality in a Technological World
Title: Beethoven’s and Tolstoy’s “Kreutzer Sonatas”
What: Evening Concert
Title: Romantic Journeys
What: Jazz trio
Title: An Evening of Jazz