Provost's Distinguished Lecture Series

Professor Heinrich Meier on "The Beginning of the Philosophic Life and the Challenge of Faith in Revelation: Reflections on Rousseau's 'Reveries'"
Professor Heinrich Meier

Please join us for our fall series kick off of the Provost's Distinguished Lecture Series with guest Heinrich Meier in the Memorial Union, Pima Room 230 on ASU's Tempe campus, with an introduction by Robert Page, provost emeritus.
Professor Meier is a political philosopher and director of the Carl Friedrich von Siemens Foundation, professor of philosophy with the University of Munich (Germany) and visiting professor with the Committee on Social Thought with the University of Chicago. His expertise ranges from philsophy to political science, sociology and biology. He is the author of eight books, including "Jean Jacques Rousseau," "Carl Schmitt and "Leo Strauss: The Hidden Dialogue" and "The Lesson of Carl Schmidt." 
The Provost's Distinguished Lecture Series invites some of the world's most prominent thought leaders to Arizona. In addition to dynamic public presentations, the series offers ASU scholars and students intensive learning experience and workshops. 

This event is sponsored by:
Integrative Sciences and Arts
Liberal Arts and Sciences
New College
Other department: 
Office of the University Provost
Margaret Coulombe
Nov. 4, 4-5 p.m.
Pima Room 230
Memorial Union

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