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Video feature — Banned Books and the Stuart Rose Collection
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  • Robert Brecha, University of Dayton
  • Una M. Cadegan, University of Dayton
  • John A. Inglis, University of Dayton
  • Paul J. Morman, University of Dayton
Description
A faculty panel discussion in two sessions: Session 1:The Index: Una Cadegan (history) looks at the current scholarship on the Index of Forbidden Books.Galileo: Robert Brecha (physics) highlights the banning of Galileo and observational science. Session 2:Thomas Aquinas: John Inglis (philosophy) speaks on the banning of Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologica, the most important book in Catholic intellectual tradition.Descartes and the Index of Forbidden Books: Paul Morman (history, Distinguished Service Professor) highlights the book by Descartes that he was not allowed to study while a student at UD in the 1960s.
Publication Date
9-22-2014
Keywords
  • banned books
Comments

An online archive >>> of the Imprints and Impressions: Milestones in Human Progress exhibit includes photographs and commentaries on the works as well as supplemental materials including the exhibition catalogue, the exhibit handlist, interviews, lectures and more.

Contents of Streaming Media
Session 1: Una Cadegan (history) looks at the current scholarship on the Index of Forbidden Books; Robert Brecha (physics) highlights the banning of Galileo and observational science.
Contents of Additional Streaming Media
Session 2: John Inglis (philosophy) speaks on the banning of Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologica, the most important book in Catholic intellectual tradition; Paul Morman (history, Distinguished Service Professor) highlights the book by Descartes that he was not allowed to study while a student at UD in the 1960s.
Citation Information
Robert Brecha, Una M. Cadegan, John A. Inglis and Paul J. Morman. "Video feature — Banned Books and the Stuart Rose Collection" Dayton(2014)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/paul_morman/1/