March 24, 2013 in Features

Book Notes: Nietzsche lecture Monday at Gonzaga

By The Spokesman-Review
 

Gonzaga University continues its “What Can We Learn?” lecture series with a presentation on German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.

The free event will be at 7 p.m. Monday in the Wolff Auditorium in the Jepson Center on Gonzaga’s campus.

Communication arts professor Tony Osborne will discuss Nietzsche as a culture critic and advocate of self-transformation.

Associate professor of philosophy Jay Ciaffa will look at Nietzsche’s life-affirming philosophy and its implication for faith and justice.

Visit www.gonzaga.edu for more information.

Writers Series concludes

Also at Gonzaga, this year’s Visiting Writers Series comes to an end with a reading by poets Maya Jewell Zeller and Laura Read at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Cataldo Globe Room.

Zeller is a GU English instructor. Read is a GU graduate and English instructor at Spokane Falls Community College.


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