The Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman Series
Now in its thirteenth year, the Newman Lectures feature speakers who are widely recognized for their contributions to the fields of psychology, moral and political philosophy, theology, and law.
This lecture series is held under the sponsorship of The Institute for the Psychological Sciences, and seeks to promote an international conversation among various disciplines that treat the human person.
Each lecture series is published with an eye toward building a body of learned discussion that is catholic, both in its breadth of research and in its dialogue with contemporary Catholic thought.
The published volumes appear under the patronage of St. Catherine of Alexandria in order to demonstrate the conviction of those responsible for the Newman Lecture Series that the human person flourishes only when the Creator of heaven and earth is loved above all things.
For more information about this year’s Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman Lecture Series, please click here.
God, Religion, and Civil Governance, (Forthcoming) with essays by Hadley P. Arkes, Ph.D., John M. Finnis, Ph.D., Robert P. George, J.D., Monsignor Livio Melina, Daniel N. Robinson, Ph.D., and Roger Scruton, Ph.D.
Philosophical Psychology: Psychology, Emotions, and Freedom, (2009) with essays by Kevin L. Flannery, Benedict Ashley, Roger Scruton, Ceslas Bernard Bourdin, Aidan Nichols, Richard Sorabji, and Daniel Robinson. For more information on this book and book orders, please click here.
The Psychology of Character and Virtue (2009), with essays by Robert Audi, Fred Miller, John Rist, Daniel Robinson, Richard Swinburne, and Charles Taliaferro. For more information on this book and book orders, please click here.
Christianity and the West: Interaction and Impact in Art and Culture (2009), with essays by John Haldane, Stanley Hauerwas, Ralph McInerny, Daniel N. Robinson, Guy Bedouelle, Peter John Cameron, and C. William Westfall. For more information on this book and book orders, please click here.
On the Wings of Faith and Reason: The Christian Difference in Culture and Science (2008), with essays by Edmund Pellegrino, Kevin L. Flannery, Robert Sokolowski, Jude Dougherty, Richard John Neuhaus, Peter Kreeft, and John Haas. For more information on this book and book orders, please click here.
The Person and the Polis: Faith and Values within the Secular State (2007) with essays by Hadley Arkes, Romanus Cessario, Robert George, Michael Novak, Daniel N. Robinson, Kenneth Schmitz, and Paul C. Vitz. For more information on this book and book orders, please click here.