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[Past Event] Hume's "Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion" (p.16)

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Course Description:

David Hume's "Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion" is among the most famous and influential works of religious skepticism by one of the greatest philosophers to have written in English. Composed in the 18th century before Darwin, Hume contributed to the rise of modern atheism while tackling perennial questions about the existence and nature of God. Does God exist, and can we say anything about him? Was the universe designed by some great intelligence? Could a good God have created the world with so much misery in it? "The Dialogues"–witty, ingenious, a pleasure to read–are a monument of the Scottish Enlightenment.

 

Tuition: $45.00

Additional Fees: $0.00


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Day/Time

Wednesdays, Apr. , 14, 21, 28 *4:00-5:30pm* (4 sessions)

Location

We'll meet online via Zoom. Zoom is free and easy to use. OLLI will walk you through the steps. Prior to each Zoom meeting (class), you will receive an email with specific details on that meeting.

Facilitator:

Thomas Zebrowski, Ph.D., received a doctorate in religion from the University of Chicago and a master's in theology from Oxford. He is a realtor with Sotheby's International Realty in Carmel.