How Philosophy Begins

How Philosophy Begins

How Philosophy Begins

How Philosophy Begins

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The Wisconsin-Alpha Chapter of Phi Sigma Tau, the National Honor Society for Philosophy at Marquette University, each year invites a scholar to deliver a lecture in honor of St. Thomas Aquinas.

The 1983 Aquinas Lecture How Philosophy Begins was delivered in the Todd Wehr Chemistry Building on Sunday, February 27, 1983, by Beatrice H. Zedler, Professor of Philosophy at Marquette University.

After receiving her B.A. from Marquette University summa cum laude, Dr. Zedler also earned an M.A. from Marquette and a Ph.D. from Fordham University, Bronx, New York. She taught at Marian College, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, and at College Misericordia, Dallas, Pennsylvania, before returning to Marquette University in 1946 where she became Professor of Philosophy in 1963. Dr. Zedler was twice appointed to the Marquette University Women's Chair of Humanistic Studies and in 1981 received the Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence.

Dr. Zedler edited Averroes' Destructio Destructionum Philosophiae Algazelis (1961) and translated and editedSt. Thomas Aquinas' On the Unity of the Intellect against the Averroists (1968); she has . . .

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