The Thoughtlessness of Modern Thought concerning the Ideas of Civilization, Culture, Science and Progress: Fordham University Conferences

The Thoughtlessness of Modern Thought concerning the Ideas of Civilization, Culture, Science and Progress: Fordham University Conferences

The Thoughtlessness of Modern Thought concerning the Ideas of Civilization, Culture, Science and Progress: Fordham University Conferences

The Thoughtlessness of Modern Thought concerning the Ideas of Civilization, Culture, Science and Progress: Fordham University Conferences

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The Fordham University Conferences were inaugurated during the Lenten Season of 1929. Since that time the University has sponsored these Conferences twice a year, namely, the Spring Session and the Fall Session.

Topics of real importance in the various fields of thought have been chosen as the subjects for these University Conferences.

These instructive Conferences have grown to be one of the outstanding spiritual and intellectual features of the scholastic year at Fordham University. Greater interest has been shown at each succeeding Conference, and the steadily increasing attendance attests their popularity.

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