Paul, Garrett. “Either/Or/Or/Or: Why the End of Dualism means the death of Existentialism, Humanism, and Anthropocentrism, but not the death of Braham, the Buddha, or God,” 5 May 2014.

GACA Collection 330


 

Paul, Garrett.  “Either/Or/Or/Or: Why the End of Dualism means the death of Existentialism, Humanism, and Anthropocentrism, but not the death of Braham, the Buddha, or God,” 5 May 2014.  GACA Collection 330.  1 folder.


ABSTRACT:
The Garrett Paul “Either/Or/Or/Or” collection contains a flyer, the calendar announcement, and a DVD video recording of Paul’s final public lecture at Gustavus Adolphus College.  In his lecture, Gustavus Professor of Religion, Garrett Paul addresses the collapse of dualism and its significance for the contemporary Philosophy of Religions and Philosophical Theology.  Responses to the lecture are given by Gustavus Religion Professor John Cha and St. Olaf Associate Professor of Religion Gregory Walter.


RESTRICTIONS:
There are no restrictions on the use of this collection for research purposes. The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of the College Archives, the Folke Bernadotte Memorial Library, and Gustavus Adolphus College.


COLLECTION CITATION:
Paul, Garrett.  “Either/Or/Or/Or: Why the End of Dualism means the death of Existentialism, Humanism, and Anthropocentrism, but not the death of Braham, the Buddha, or God,” 5 May 2014.  GACA Collection 330.  Gustavus Adolphus College Archives, St. Peter, Minnesota.


ACQUISITION:
Mary Solberg transferred this collection during May 2014.


PROCESSED BY:
Adrianna Darden processed this collection and developed the finding aid during May 2014.


SUBJECT HEADINGS:
Paul, Garrett E., 1949-.
Cha, John.
Walter, Gregory, 1974-.
Gustavus Adolphus College -- Faculty.
Gustavus Adolphus College -- Department of Religion.