Thomas and the Physics of 1958: A Confrontation

Thomas and the Physics of 1958: A Confrontation

Thomas and the Physics of 1958: A Confrontation

Thomas and the Physics of 1958: A Confrontation

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The Aristotelian Society of Marquette University each year invites a scholar to deliver a lecture in honor of St. Thomas Aquinas. Customarily delivered on a Sunday close to March 7, the feast day of the society's patron saint, the lectures are called the Aquinas lectures.

In 1958 theAquinas lecture Thomas and the Physics of 1958: A Confrontation was delivered on March 2, in the Peter A. Brooks Memorial Union of Marquette University, by Henry Margenau, Eugene Higgins Professor of Physics and Natural Philosophy, Yale University.

Born in Bielefeld, Germany, in 1901, Professor Margenau studied at the Teacher's College, Herford, Germany. He received his B.A. degree from Midland College, Nebraska, in 1924, his M.S. degree from the University of Nebraska, in 1926, and his Ph.D. from Yale, in 1929.

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