Upcoming Session


Between Kierkegaard and Descartes: Faith, Reason, and the Ontology of Creation

Avron Kulak

Assoc. Professor, Department of Humanities

Vanier College, York University


Friday, April 11, 2014, at 7:15 pm,


Divinity Common Room, Trinity College
6 Hoskin Avenue, Toronto

416-978-2522 (for directions)


Avron Kulak (Ph.D York) teaches in the Department of Humanities, the Graduate Program in Humanities, and the Graduate Program in Social and Political Thought. His research focuses on the relationship between religion and philosophy in modern European thought. His recent publications include   'Between Singularity and Plurality: Kierkegaard and the Paradox of Absolute Difference.' in Kierkegaard, Christianity, and Religious Pluralism, ed. Andrew J. Burgess, Mercer University Press, forthcoming fall 2014; and “Nietzsche, the Bible, and the Memory of Modernity,” in Parcours Judaïques XI, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, edited by Danièle Paycha, September 2011; ‘Reason as Love, Love as History, History as Faith: Hegel, Kierkegaard, and Christianity,” in Acta Kierkegaardiana, Volume 6: Kierkegaard and Human Nature, May, 2013 “Between Kierkegaard and Kant: Dividing Faith and Reason,” in the Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook, July, 2012


Inquiry:  Professor Abrahim H. Khan
              Trinity College
              6 Hoskin Avenue
              Toronto, Ontario M5S 1H8
              416-978-3039 (Off)




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