“What Can We Learn from Darwin?” the fourth in a series of faculty presentations drawing on the great thinkers of history, will be held from 7-9 p.m., Thursday, March 30, in Room 101 of the Gonzaga University Administration Building.
The event, which is free and open to the public, is organized by Gonzaga University philosophy Professor Wayne Pomerleau, the Robert K. and Ann J. Powers Professor Chair of the Humanities.
The event will feature presentations by Robert Prusch, a biology professor and dean of Gonzaga’s College of Arts and Sciences, and by GU philosophy Associate Professor David Calhoun.
Pomerleau said all of the presentations in this series have focused on the enduring value of some of the great thinkers and will continue to do so.
“What can we of the 21st century America learn from these thinkers? I want every speaker every time to talk about what that particular thinker offers us of enduring value,” said Pomerleau, who has served as a faculty member of the philosophy department at Gonzaga for 29 years.
For more information, contact Professor Pomerleau at (509) 323-6750 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org