Professor, Loyola University Chicago
THE ONE AND THE OTHERS: AN ESSAY ON SPECULATIVE ANTINOMIANISM
This is a draft of the second chapter of a work in progress called “The One and the Others: An Essay on Speculative Antinomianism.” In the book Andrew Cutrofello develops a way of thinking about antinomies. The book is structured as a series of responses to the antinomies presented in Plato’s Parmenides. In this chapter, Cutrofello focuses on the antinomies Parmenides deduces from the hypothesis “If the One is.” He contrasts Graham Priest’s characterization of such antinomies as true contradictions with Dante’s characterization of Christian paradoxes as merely apparent contradictions.
Tuesday, October 12th, 1:30PM CT
Lunch will be provided.
Swift Hall Room 403
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