Alternity in Kierkegaard’s Thought

Speaker: Dr. Leo Stan, Department of Philosophy, Brock University

Time: Friday, May 6, 2011
7:30 pm –10:00 pm

Place: Divinity Common Room
Trinity College, Univ. Of Toronto
6 Hoskin Avenue, Toronto

Leo Stan (Ph.D, McMaster) lectures in the Philosophy Department at Brock University. He worked on Kierkegaard’s relevance for contemporary phenomenology of religion, with a special emphasis on Jean-Luc Marion and Michel Henry, while a recent SSHRCC fellow at the Center for Theory & Criticism, UWO. His publications include “The Hidden Ethics of Soteriology” (Journal of Religious Ethics 38.2, June 2010: 349-370); “The Lily in the Field and the Bird in the Air: An Endless Liturgy in Kierkegaard’s Authorship,” (Kierkegaard and the Bible. Tome II: The New Testament, Jon Stewart and Lee C. Barrett (eds.), Aldershot: Ashgate, 2010, 55-78); “Modernity and Christian Offensiveness. An Ongoing Scandal,” (Acta Kierkegaardiana 4, 2009: 260-277); “Chrysostom: Between the Hermitage and the City,” (Kierkegaard and the Patristic and Medieval Tradition, Jon Stewart (ed.), Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008, 47-66).

For more Information:  Professor Abrahim H. Khan
Trinity College
Tel. 416 978-3039 (O), 416 978-2133(off. asst)
E-mail:khanah@chass.utoronto.ca