Speakers | Acton On-Demand

Speakers

Daniel Connolly Wagner is Associate Professor and Chair of Philosophy, and the Director of Catholic Studies at Aquinas College, in Grand Rapids, MI. Dr. Wagner’s research focuses on the Philosophy of Nature and Science, Philosophical Anthropology, and the principles of Ethics in Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas, and on the synthetic development of Aristotelian and Thomistic philosophy with Phenomenology. Dr. Wagner is currently a Faculty Fellow at the Lyceum Institute, the President of the Thomistic Society for Natural Philosophy, and he is a Co-founder of the Society for 21st Century Thomism and Reality: A Journal for Philosophical Discourse.
View Posts →
Daniel Connolly Wagner is Associate Professor and Chair of Philosophy, and the Director of Catholic Studies at Aquinas College, in Grand Rapids, MI. Dr. Wagner’s research focuses on the Philosophy of Nature and Science, Philosophical Anthropology, and the principles of Ethics in Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas, and on the synthetic development of Aristotelian and Thomistic philosophy with Phenomenology. Dr. Wagner is currently a Faculty Fellow at the Lyceum Institute, the President of the Thomistic Society for Natural Philosophy, and he is a Co-founder of the Society for 21st Century Thomism and Reality: A Journal for Philosophical Discourse.
View Posts →
Daniel Connolly Wagner is Associate Professor and Chair of Philosophy, and the Director of Catholic Studies at Aquinas College, in Grand Rapids, MI. Dr. Wagner’s research focuses on the Philosophy of Nature and Science, Philosophical Anthropology, and the principles of Ethics in Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas, and on the synthetic development of Aristotelian and Thomistic philosophy with Phenomenology. Dr. Wagner is currently a Faculty Fellow at the Lyceum Institute, the President of the Thomistic Society for Natural Philosophy, and he is a Co-founder of the Society for 21st Century Thomism and Reality: A Journal for Philosophical Discourse.
View Posts →