Events

Medina and Athena: Restoring a Lost Legacy

Sep 25

time7:30 - 9:00pm

locationZaytuna College, 2401 Le Conte Avenue, Berkeley, CA, USA

Free

2019-09-25 19:30:00 2019-09-25 21:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Medina and Athena: Restoring a Lost Legacy Both Catholic and Islamic thought draw from a common Ancient Philosophical tradition, interpreted during the Middle Ages. This Common Heritage Series is part of a new partnership between Zaytuna College and the Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology which brings faculty and students together in exploration of this shared heritage. The Series begins with two special talks drawing from the Ancient liberal arts perspectives on language and number. These talks are co-sponsored by Renovatio, the journal of Zaytuna College. About Hamza Yusuf Hamza Yusuf, founder and president of Zaytuna College, is a leading proponent of the classical liberal arts in the Islamic and Western traditions. He has taught courses on Islamic jurisprudence, ethics, astronomy, logic, theology, prophetic biography, and hadith, as well as other subjects. Zaytuna College, 2401 Le Conte Avenue, Berkeley, CA, USA Zaytuna College

Both Catholic and Islamic thought draw from a common Ancient Philosophical tradition, interpreted during the Middle Ages. This Common Heritage Series is part of a new partnership between Zaytuna College and the Dominican School of Philosophy & Theology which brings faculty and students together in exploration of this shared heritage.

The Series begins with two special talks drawing from the Ancient liberal arts perspectives on language and number.

These talks are co-sponsored by Renovatio, the journal of Zaytuna College.

About Hamza Yusuf

Hamza Yusuf, founder and president of Zaytuna College, is a leading proponent of the classical liberal arts in the Islamic and Western traditions. He has taught courses on Islamic jurisprudence, ethics, astronomy, logic, theology, prophetic biography, and hadith, as well as other subjects.