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UST400PHILOSOPHY PARALLEL SESSIONS

First Parallel Sessions 23 May 2011 – Monday Time: 1:00-2:30pm Parallel Session Coordinator: Dr. Moses Angeles

Sub-Session 2: The Makings of Sub-Session 4: Thomism and/in


Sub-Session 1: Panel Forum Sub-Session 3: Thomism I
Western Philosophy in Dialogue Dialogue I
Venue: Parallel Session Hall A Venue: Parallel Session Hall B Venue: Parallel Session Hall C Venue: Plenary Hall
Session Chair: Dr. Mark Calano Session Chair: Levine Lao Session Chair: Wendyl Luna Session Chair: Jovito Carino

Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1:


Fr. Dr. Kenneth Masong Jamil Adrian Khalil L. Matalam Dr. Corina Yoris-Villasana Grace Liza Y. Concepcion

Speaker 2: Ibn Sina: Logic, Philosophy And Islam A Propósito del Llamado Tomismo Bishop Francisco Gainza’s Views on
Dr. Abel Mamaril, LLB. Analítico Women’s Education: An Analysis from
Speaker 2: the Perspective of Aquinas’ Idea of
Speaker 3: Fr. Jourdan François Speaker 2: Justice and the Common Good
Dr. Mark Joseph Calano Wendyl Luna
Islam and Arab Philosophers: an Speaker 2:
Panel Forum Attempt of Dialogue with Pagan Greek Accentuating the Differences between A Dr. Crescencia C. Gabijan
on the theme: Culture Priori and A posteriori Thomism
St. Thomas Aquinas, Model for Interfaith
Faith, Natural Law, and God Speaker 3: Speaker 3: Dialogue
Dr. Abdelmadjid Amrani Dr. Evanghelos Moutsopoulos
The Philosophy of the Algerian Muslim Speaker 3:
Immigration towards the West: From Thomas Aquinas revisited by Cydoneus Dr. Adrian Walsh and
Dialogue to Alliance of Civilizations Dr. Constant Mews

St Thomas on Usury and Interest:


Drawing Parallels between East and
West
TA: Jeth Opeliano TA: Dino Cabrera TA: Batlz Acebedo TA: Albert Pietas

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UST400PHILOSOPHY PARALLEL SESSIONS

Second Parallel Sessions 23 May 2011 – Monday Time: 4:30-6:00p.m. Parallel Session Coordinator: Carlos Luz

Sub-Session 6: Thomism and/in


Sub-Session 5: Panel Forum Sub-Session 7: Thomism II Sub-Session 8: Buddhism I
Dialogue II
Venue: Parallel Session Hall A Venue: Parallel Session Hall B Venue: Parallel Session Hall C Venue: Plenary Hall
Session Chair: Peter Mara Session Chair: Carlos Luz Session Chair: Emerito Gonzales Session Chair: Jovito Cariño

Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1:


Dr. Jesus Deogracias Z. Principe Dr. Ivan Kaltchev Dr. Fabian Geier Marie Antoinette R. Gorgonio

Speaker 2: Le Thomisme et le Statut de L’homme Condemnation, Truth, Revelation by A Study of the Impact of the Influence of
Nicole Antonette del Rosario Dans L’anthropologie Catholique Christian Voltaire M. Metin, Why should Humanistic Buddhism Music on the
the Great be humble? Aquinas on Pride Participants of the 'Biography of the
Speaker 3: and Humility Buddha' Musical Production in the
Michael Ner E. Mariano Speaker 2: Philippines
Carlos Luz Speaker 2:
Panel Forum on the theme: Dr. Napoleon Mabaquiao Jr. Speaker 2:
Bartolome de las Casas and the Shih Huei Kai
The Communication of Being in Thomas Thomistic Principle of Faith Guiding Aquinas on the Problem of Evil
Aquinas Reason A Modern Understanding of Life-after-
Speaker 3: Death and Rebirth from the Buddhist
Noel Bejo Perspective
Speaker 3:
Jeremiah Joven Joaquin From Words to Silence, Thomas Aquinas Speaker 3:
and Holy Ignorance Shih Miao Jing
Aquinas on the Nature of Human
Persons Karma and Three Acts of Goodness
Campaign
TA: Joval De Vera TA: Lorman Angay TA: Aiko Marie Balgua TA: Jecko Bello

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UST400PHILOSOPHY PARALLEL SESSIONS

Third Parallel Sessions 24 May 2011 – Tuesday Time: 9:15-10:45a.m. Parallel Session Coordinator: Dr. Jove Jim S. Aguas

Sub-Session 12: Philosophy and


Sub-Session 9: Panel Forum Sub-Session 10: Thomism in Asia II Sub-Session 11: Thomism in Asia III
Dialogue
Venue: Parallel Session Hall A Venue: Parallel Session Hall B Venue: Parallel Session Hall C Venue: Plenary Hall
Session Chair: Martin Gegajo Session Chair: Alan Basas Session Chair: Dr. Robert Montana Session Chair: Dr. Jove Jim Aguas

Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1:


Dr. Engelbert Pasag Dr. Dexter Alterado Fr. Dr. Gianni Criveller Fr. Dr. Leonardo Mercado

Speaker 2: Aquinas and the Ilocano Cosmic Nakem Thomism - Faith and Reason in the Chi and Aquinas
Dr. Rhonda Padilla Missionary Method of Matteo Ricci (1552-
Speaker 2: 1610) and Jesuits in Late Ming China Speaker 2:
Speaker 3: Dr. Ferdinand D. Dagmang (1582-1644) Dr. Leovino Ma. Garcia
Liezl Rillera-Astudillo, MA
Ang Papel ng Passio sa Etnograpiya: Speaeker 2: A Way of Doing Philosophy: Ricoeur and
Panel Forum Isang Pag-uugnay-Aral sa Passio ni Br. Rudolf Steven N. Seño, OP Ferriols in Dialogue
on the theme: Tomas Aquinas
The Child's Play as a Model of Applying Speaker 3:
Emotions, Hatred, and the Filipino Speaker 3: the Natural Law in Thomas Aquinas' Alexis Deodato S. Itao
Alan Basas Summa Theologiae I-II, Q. 94, A. 2
Ars Amoris: The Breadth and Depth of
The Individual as Inter-Subjective in the Speaker 3: Chiara Lubich’s Instrument of Dialogue
Filipino Tradition of Bayanihan and the Dr. Victor Aguilan
Thomistic Concept of Community: A
Comparative Study Aquinas and Environmental Ethics: A
Filipino Protestant Reflection
TA: Czabrina Domingo TA: Dino Cabrera TA: Baltz Acebedo TA: Jon Daniele Montecillo

A Quadricentennial International Philosophy Conference on the theme; THOMISM AND ASIAN CULTURES: Celebrating 400 Years of Dialogue Across
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UST400PHILOSOPHY PARALLEL SESSIONS

Fourth Parallel Sessions 24 May 2011 – Tuesday Time: 1:15-2:45p.m. Parallel Session Coordinator: R.T. Pada

Sub-Session 13: Thomism and/in Sub-Session 14: Thomism and/in Sub-Session 15: Eastern Philosophy Sub-Session 16: Literary
Dialogue IV Dialogue V and the Modern Social World Constellations I
Venue: Parallel Session Hall A Venue: Parallel Session Hall B Venue: Parallel Session Hall C Venue: Plenary Hall
Session Chair: Dean Mejos Session Chair: Levine Lao Session Chair: Joel Sagut Session Chair: Ferdinand Lopez

Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1:


Peter Mara Dr. El Mithra M. Delacruz Paul D'Ambrosio Ferdinand Lopez

From Thomism to Thomism: The Three The Human Project Amidst Suffering: A Confucian Ethics in the Modern World Redemptive Suffering in Five Filipino
Phases of Karol Wojtyla’s Philosophical Case Analysis in the Light of the Short Stories in English
Anthropology Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas and Speaker 2:
Sri Aurobindo's Quest for the Supreme Dr. Eddie Babor, LLB. Speaker 2:
Speaker 2: Being Annette A. Soriano
Dean Mejos Kong Zi’s concept of virtues as a
Speaker 2: paradigm of social and moral order: a Outside Plato’s Cave: John of
The Thomistic Personalism of Karol Fr. Dr. Nilo A. Lardizabal, OP hermeneutical approach Damascus’s Philosophy of Icons in the
Wojtyla in Postmodern Times Short Stories of Nick Joaquin
Thich Nhat Hanh’s Concept of Bodhicitta: Speaker 3:
Speaker 3: A Mantra of Aquinas’ Virtue of Dr. Ali Asghar Zakavi Speaker 3:
Dr. Corazon Toralba Compassion Ralph Semino Galan
An Introduction to Existence in Mulla
The Response of Fides et ratio to the Speaker 3: Sadra’s Philosophy La Belle Dame sans Merci: The Femme
Educational Task Mark Anthony L. Dacela Fatale in Philippine Fiction

Aquinas and Hick’s Epistemological


Analysis of Faith: Appraisal and Critique
(Faith as Reinforced Virtue)
TA: Arren de Rosario TA: Albert Fietas TA: Aldrin Manalastas TA: Julia de Castro

A Quadricentennial International Philosophy Conference on the theme; THOMISM AND ASIAN CULTURES: Celebrating 400 Years of Dialogue Across
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UST400PHILOSOPHY PARALLEL SESSIONS

Fifth Parallel Sessions 24 May 2011 – Tuesday Time: 4:45-6:15p.m. Parallel Session Coordinator: Carlos Luz

Sub-Session 18: Thomism and/in Sub-Session 20: Literary


Sub-Session 17: Issues in Religion Sub-Session 19: Thomism in Asia I
Dialogue VI Constellations II
Venue: Parallel Session Hall A Venue: Parallel Session Hall B Venue: Parallel Session Hall C Venue: Plenary Hall
Session Chair: Sr. Maria Lirio Tan
Session Chair: Guillermo Dionisio Session Chair: Dr. Fleur Altez Session Chair: April Katrina Villacorta
Lagrimas Guillermo, A.R.

Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1:


Fr. Dr. Ranhilio Aquino Dr. Ranier Ibana Fidel Villarroel, O.P. and Jaymee T. Siao
Maria Eloisa G. Parco De Castro
How Hawking may have yet Saved St. Thomas’ notion of the limitation of act Imagi(nation): Spatio-temporal
Religion! by potency as a principle of Philosophers at War: Defense and Disruptions/Creations in Ninotchka
environmental ethics Revival of Thomistic Philosophy via the Rosca’s State of War
Speaker 2: Philippines (1800-1874)
Dr. Amber D. Carpenter Speaker 2: Speaker 2:
Dr. Fleurdeliz R. Altez Speaker 2: April Katrina Villacorta
Faith Without God Sr. Maria Lirio Tan Lagrimas
Thomistic Participation in Benedict XVI’s Guillermo, A.R. Sensei's Individualism: Some Reflections
Speaker 3: Encyclical Notes on Love on Natsume Soseki's Kokoro
Fr. Rudolf Horst, SVD Understanding the Filipino Family
Speaker 3: Architecture in the Context of Thomas Speaker 3:
Creatio Ex Nihilo in the Three Ancient Dr. Josephine Acosta-Pasricha Aquinas Commentary on Aristotle’s Bernidick Bryan P. Hosmillo
Asian Creation Myths: Rig Veda, Enuma Nicomachean Ethics
Elish and Genesis The Endarkenment of Thomas Aquinas' she had ‘balls’ : Staging Islamic
Feminism through the Lens of Systems Speaker 3: Liberalism through the Modern Woman in
Thinking Dr. Alex Tiempo Contemporary Malay Fiction

The Contemporary Filipino Spirituality in


the Light of the Quinque Viae
TA: Dino Cabrera TA: Joval de Vera TA: Kevin Balderama TA: Lorman Angay

A Quadricentennial International Philosophy Conference on the theme; THOMISM AND ASIAN CULTURES: Celebrating 400 Years of Dialogue Across
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UST400PHILOSOPHY PARALLEL SESSIONS

Sixth Parallel Sessions 25 May 2011 – Wednesday Time: 9:15-10:45a.m. Parallel Session Coordinator: R.T. Pada

Sub-Session 21: Thomism and/in Sub-Session 22: Thomism and/in Sub-Session 24: Creating the
Sub-Session 23: Buddhism II
Dialogue VII Dialogue VIII “Filipino”
Venue: Parallel Session Hall A Venue: Parallel Session Hall B Venue: Parallel Session Hall C Venue: Plenary Hall
Session Chair: Dr. Christian Bryan
Session Chair: Dr. Ranilo Hermida Session Chair: Fr. Dennis Edralin Session Chair: Bong Asis
Bustamante

Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1:


Dr. John F. X. Knasas Fr. Dennis Edralin Dr. Bart Dessein Dr. Christian Bryan Bustamante

Aquinas’ Intellector of Being and The Encounter of Aquinas’ The Doctrinal Position of the Mahīśāsaka The Construction of the Filipino Colonial
Dawson’s Narrative of Cultural History Understanding and Gadamer’s School of Buddhism and the Subject: The Discourses of Subjectivation
Historically Affected Consciousness Development of Mahāyāna Buddhism during the Spanish Colonial Regime
Speaker 2:
Dr. Ranilo Hermida Speaker 2: Speaker 2: Speaker 2:
Joel Sagut Christine Tan Joseph A. Guillermo
Debating the Place of Morality in Modern
Law – The Philippine RH Bill in Focus Articulating Aquinas’ Notion of Freedom: Buddhist Perspective on Environment Galleons from the East, Galleons from
A Response To Heidegger’s Critique Protection the West: How Europe Moulded and
Speaker 3: Against the Christian Philosophy of the Gave Birth to the Filipino
Dr. Michael Anthony Vasco Scholastics Speaker 3:
Alexander Chua Speaker 3:
Confrontation and Dialogue: St. Thomas Speaker 3: Dr. Michael Roland F. Hernandez,
Aquinas and John Rawls on Justice Darlene O. Demandante Application of Humanistic Buddhism in
Human Psychology What Does Faith Exclude? Catholic
St. Thomas Aquinas and Jacques Lacan Hegemony and the Construction of
on Love Ilustrado Nationalism

TA: Czabrina Domingo TA: Mark Landingin TA: Maris del Rosario TA: Christine Tan

A Quadricentennial International Philosophy Conference on the theme; THOMISM AND ASIAN CULTURES: Celebrating 400 Years of Dialogue Across
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UST400PHILOSOPHY PARALLEL SESSIONS

Seventh Parallel Sessions 25 May 2011 – Wednesday Time: 1:15-2:45p.m. Parallel Session Coordinator: Carlos Luz

Sub-Session 25: Socio-Political Sub-Session 26: Contesting


Sub-Session 27: Buddhism III Sub-Session 28: Filipino Culture I
Philosophy Boundaries I
Venue: Parallel Session Hall A Venue: Parallel Session Hall B Venue: Parallel Session Hall C Venue: Plenary Hall
Session Chair: Tracy Llanera Session Chair: RT Pada Session Chair: Rommel Rivera Session Chair: Emmanuel Batoon

Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1:


Tracy Ann Llanera Ma. Asuncion L. Magsino Fr. Aristotle Dy, SJ Sheldon Ives Go Agaton

On Pragmatism, Religion, and Liberalism Language of the Body: A Wittgensteinian BUDDHOLICS: Dialogue of Catholicism Tuba’s Process, Values Formation and
Reading and Chinese Buddhism in the Philippines Cultural Implication to the People of
Speaker 2: Leyte: An Oral History and Cultural Study
Dr. Robert Montana Speaker 2: Speaker 2:
Dr. Ma. Lourdes Bangsal-Gonzalez Rommel Rivera Speaker 2:
Philosophical Implications of Jacques Mr. Justine Nepomuceno/
Maritain’s Notion of the Person and Finding One’s Voice While Using A Humane Vitae a concrete dialogue: An Ms. Paula Bianca Malumay
Common Good to Contemporary Language Which Is Not One’s Own Ethical dialogue between Catholicism
Variations of Political Liberalism and Buddhism (Re)Imagining the Nation: Filipino Foods
Speaker 3: Here and There
Speaker 3: Joel Arman Francisco Speaker 3:
Dr. Bernardo N. Sepeda Ralph Meyer Ang Tan Speaker 3:
A Narrative of Man’s Relationship to Rica delos Reyes-Ancheta
Ang Panlipunang Pagpapakatao ni Material and Symbolic Objects Buddhism in the Philippines: A Youth’s
Obispo Felix Perez (The Social Praxis of Perspective Ang Impluwensiya ng Banyagang
Bishop Felix Perez) Kaalaman at ang Kaalamang Bayang
Pilipino

TA: Kevin Balderama TA: Mark Landingin TA: John Paul Vitug TA: Christine Tan

A Quadricentennial International Philosophy Conference on the theme; THOMISM AND ASIAN CULTURES: Celebrating 400 Years of Dialogue Across
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UST400PHILOSOPHY PARALLEL SESSIONS

Eighth Parallel Sessions 25 May 2011 – Wednesday Time: 4:45-6:15p.m. Parallel Session Coordinator: Dr. Jove Jim S. Aguas

Sub-Session 30: Constructing Filipino Sub-Session 31: Contesting


Sub-Session 29: Japanese Philosophy Sub-Session 32: Filipino Culture II
Philosophy I Boundaries II
Venue: Parallel Session Hall A Venue: Parallel Session Hall B Venue: Parallel Session Hall C Venue: Plenary Hall
Session Chair: Jonathan Villacorta Session Chair: Dr. FPA Demeterio Session Chair: Marella Bolanos Session Chair: Oscar Diamante

Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1:


Dr. Dermott J. Walsh Dr. F.P.A. Demeterio III Marella Ada M. Bolanos Milagros Cortez-Arrevillaga

Japanese Philosophical Thought and the A Comparative Study on the Status and Simone de Beauvoir’s Theory of Filipino Adolescents with Absentee-
Struggle for Self-Identity Directions of Filipino Philosophies as Liberation and Gender Roles in Philippine Fathers: A Phenomenological Study
Implied in the Taxonomies and Media
Speaker 2: Periodizations of Local Discourses by Speaker 2:
Jonathan Villacorta Fernando Zialcita, Romualdo Abulad, Speaker 2: Randy Nobleza
Rolando Gripaldo, and Alfredo Co Dr. Jeane Peracullo
Nishida and Buddhism: From Self- Bangkok Indy Test: Crossing Borders in
Awareness to Absolute Compassion Speaker 2: Process Philosophy and its Significance Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and the
Dr. Jove Jim S. Aguas to Ecological Theology Philippines
Speaker 3:
James Abordo Ong Philosophy in the Philippines: Past and Speaker 3: Speaker 3:
Present Guillermo R. Dionisio Victor John M. Loquias
Narrative, Contingency and Selfhood in
Modern Japanese Thought Speaker 3: Saint Thomas Aquinas and Cyberspace: Pagtood, Pagkanood, Pakikipagkatood:
Dr. Ruby S. Suazo Some Moral and Philosophical Practice, Learning and Friendship in
Anthropological Considerations Bikolano-Filipino Thinking, an Ordinary
Reinventing Philosophy Education in the Language Analysis
Philippines and National Development

TA: Hazel Guansing TA: Aldrin Manalastas TA: Kelly Agra TA: Christine Tan

A Quadricentennial International Philosophy Conference on the theme; THOMISM AND ASIAN CULTURES: Celebrating 400 Years of Dialogue Across
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UST400PHILOSOPHY PARALLEL SESSIONS

Ninth Parallel Sessions 26 May 2011 – Thursday Time: 9:15-10:45a.m. Parallel Session Coordinator: Dr. Moses Angeles

Sub-Session 33: Contesting Sub-Session 34: Postcolonial Issues in Sub-Session 35: Constructing Filipino Sub-Session 36: Contesting
Boundaries III Asia Philosophy II Boundaries IV
Venue: Parallel Session Hall A Venue: Parallel Session Hall B Venue: Parallel Session Hall C Venue: Plenary Hall
Session Chair: Pablito A. Baybado,
Session Chair: Dr. Moses Angeles Session Chair: Dr. Jeffry Ocay Session Chair: Emmanuel Batoon
Jr.

Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1:


Dr. Moses Angeles Jeffry Ocay Dr. Remmon Barbaza Pablito A. Baybado, Jr

God and the Language of Poiesis The Rise of One-Dimensionality in the Übersalin: Translating Heidegger Into Thomism and the Reception of
Philippines: Americanization and the Filipino Christianity in China: St. Thomas’s
Speaker 2: Erosion of Filipino Critical Consciousness Influence to the Missionary Approach
Virgilio Aquino Rivas Speaker 2: of Matteo Ricci
Speaker 2: Raymundo R. Pavo
Only a God Can Save Us Emmanuel Jeric A. Albela Speaker 2:
The Social-Scientist-Philosopher Levine Lao
Speaker 3: The Philippine Labor Unionism (Pre-War Perspective: A Possible Contribution to a
Dr. Maria Majorie Purino Period) Filipino Philosophy Bridging the Gap between Reason to
Reason, Reason to Object
D.T. Suzuki and Martin Heidegger on Speaker 3: Speaker 3:
Postmodern Being Mark Abenir Janina Angeli M. Magundayao Speaker 3:
Martin Gegajo
The Post-colonial Influence of Development Introspeksyon sa Kasalukuyang
in the Developing Countries in Asia: Its Kamalayan ng mga Pilipino Fulfillment of the Human Person: A
History, Deconstruction, and Implications to Discourse on Wojtylan
Economic and Social Development Phenomenology of Love

TA: Jon Daniele Montecillo TA: Aiko Balgua TA: Jecko Bello TA: Julia de Castro

A Quadricentennial International Philosophy Conference on the theme; THOMISM AND ASIAN CULTURES: Celebrating 400 Years of Dialogue Across
Civilizations
UST400PHILOSOPHY PARALLEL SESSIONS

Tenth Parallel Sessions 26 May 2011 – Thursday Time: 1:15-2:45p.m. Parallel Session Coordinator: R.T. Pada

Sub-Session 36: Contesting Boundaries V Sub-Session 37: Filipino Culture III Sub-Session 38: Faith in Dialogue
Venue: Parallel Session Hall A Venue: Parallel Session Hall B Venue: Parallel Session Hall C
Session Chair: Emmanuel de Leon Session Chair: Darlene Demandante Session Chair: Jun Arvie Bello

Speaker 1: Speaker 1: Speaker 1:


Emmanuel C. de Leon Victor Emmanuel Carmelo D. Nadera Jr. Mary Yap

God, Hanunuo Mangyans, and Religious Tolerance Abadillism: Philosophy in the Poetry of Alejandro Garcia Modernization of Humanistic Buddhism in Arts and
Abadilla (1906-1969) Cultures at Fo Guang Shan Mabuhay Temple
Speaker 2:
Ricardo Cabantac Speaker 2: Speaker 2:
Dr. Archimedes T. David Dr. Hassina Hemamid
Defending Religion against Genetic Determinism Dialogue between Islam and the West
Unveiling the Kapampangan Praxis of Hope Towards a
Speaker 3: Call for Dialogue on Good Governance Speaker 3:
Dr. Marciana Agnes G. Ponsaran Dr. Brahm Swaroop Agrawal
Speaker 3:
The Cardinal Virtues as Leitbild Metaphor for Jiolito Luzano Benitez Ch’ondogyo, the Innovative Theology of Korea: An
Nanotechnology Development Epitome of the Eastern Rendezvous with the Modern
A Phenomenological Exploration of Salangdan Civilization of the West

Speaker 4:
Jose David Lapuz

UST in its Quadricentennial Foundation: Inter-Faith


Dialogue and Inter-Cultural Conversation
TA: Hazel Guansing TA: John Paul Vitug TA: Kevin Cabural

A Quadricentennial International Philosophy Conference on the theme; THOMISM AND ASIAN CULTURES: Celebrating 400 Years of Dialogue Across
Civilizations