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Dr. Duane L. Cady

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Professor Emeritus

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Hamline University
A 1795 1536 Hewitt Avenue
St. Paul, Minnesota 55104
United States

Company Description: Hamline University is Minnesota's first university, serving a diverse student body of more than 3,300 degree-seeking students and 8,000 professionals in continuing...   more
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Duane Cady, Professor ...
gaunited.org, 1 Dec 2013 [cached]
Duane Cady, Professor Emeritus at Hamline University, mentored Ryg in the Philosophy Department and encouraged him to get involved in the Fellowship of Reconciliation, a multi-faith organization with a chapter on campus.
"Matt was always excited about social action, especially nonviolent social change," Cady told GAU in an email.
Connections-Kosovo Special Issue
www.stanislausconnections.org, 1 May 1999 [cached]
By DUANE CADY
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Duane Cady teaches philosophy at Hamline University in St. Paul. He is the author of From Warism to Pacifism and coauthor of Humanitarian Intervention: Just War vs. Pacifism.
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www.umhef.org [cached]
Hamline University Professor of Philosophy and UMHEF 2005 Outstanding Educator of the Year Duane L. Cady addressed the Foundation trustees and guests at its annual meeting banquet held September 16, 2005 in St. Paul, Minnesota.His topic was "The Connectional Church-related University."His remarks from the evening follow.
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Duane Cady, a history professor at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota, is this year's recipient of the Outstanding Educator of the Year Award.
Dr. Duane Cady, a retired ...
hamlineoracle.com, 2 May 2012 [cached]
Dr. Duane Cady, a retired Hamline professor, spoke to audiences about moral pluralism in Sundin Music Hall on Wednesday, April 25 and Thursday, April 26.
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Cady was unanimously voted to be this year's lecturer, Holland said, because of his theories on peace and nonviolence. Cady said he was shocked at Kellert's invitation, because previous Hanna Lecturers have included world-renowned philosophers like Cornel West and Marilyn Frye.
"I am well aware that I am not Noam Chomsky," Cady began his talk on Wednesday, referring to the famous linguist and philosopher who visited Hamline in 1997.
Cady's Hanna Lectures explained how dogmatism and relativism leave little room for compromise, and that a great deal of the world's violence results from the rigidity of these two ideas. The solution, he believes, is finding a middle ground. "There is no final, once and for all standard that we can measure things against," Cady said.
He also said he spent many months working on his talks, beginning in January. The reason, he said, had to do with the fact that he normally speaks in front of people he does not know, while the Hanna Lectures were in front of people he had worked with and taught for many years.
"I've given a lot of talks over the years, but I'm a little bit more apprehensive about this one," Cady said before his first lecture on Wednesday.
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"Before I came here to teach, I knew of Duane Cady because of his prominence in his field," Bergin said.
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Cady, a graduate of Hamline and a professor here for 37 years, taught his last philosophy class in the fall of 2011, and Holland said his former students and colleagues wanted to honor his many years of teaching.
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Students and professors presented Cady with a "festschrift," or a collection of articles they had written about him.
"I have just begun reading the essays of former students and colleagues, and I am humbled and deeply honored," Cady wrote in an e-mail.
When all was said and done, Cady said he was happy with the turnout at both lectures, and enjoyed seeing familiar faces from both Hamline and Gustavus Adolphus, where he taught for three years before Hamline. The discussion that went on after the talks was also successful, he said.
"The quality of questions and comments pushed me - and those attending - to think more deeply about the issues I was addressing," Cady wrote in an e-mail.
Now that the Hanna Lectures are over, Cady said he will return to his research, as well as visiting his grandchildren and hosting a hostel for elderly people in London in May. He said his teaching days, however, are not over.
"I considered it a promotion to permanent sabbatical. I haven't really given up the work," Cady said.
Dr. Duane Cady, a retired ...
hamlineoracle.com, 1 May 2012 [cached]
Dr. Duane Cady, a retired Hamline professor, spoke to audiences about moral pluralism in Sundin Music Hall on Wednesday, April 25 and Thursday, April 26.
...
Cady was unanimously voted to be this year’s lecturer, Holland said, because of his theories on peace and nonviolence. Cady said he was shocked at Kellert’s invitation, because previous Hanna Lecturers have included world-renowned philosophers like Cornel West and Marilyn Frye.
“I am well aware that I am not Noam Chomsky,†Cady began his talk on Wednesday, referring to the famous linguist and philosopher who visited Hamline in 1997.
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“There is no final, once and for all standard that we can measure things against,†Cady said.
He also said he spent many months working on his talks, beginning in January. The reason, he said, had to do with the fact that he normally speaks in front of people he does not know, while the Hanna Lectures were in front of people he had worked with and taught for many years.
“I’ve given a lot of talks over the years, but I’m a little bit more apprehensive about this one,†Cady said before his first lecture on Wednesday.
...
“Before I came here to teach, I knew of Duane Cady because of his prominence in his field,†Bergin said.
...
Cady, a graduate of Hamline and a professor here for 37 years, taught his last philosophy class in the fall of 2011, and Holland said his former students and colleagues wanted to honor his many years of teaching.
...
Students and professors presented Cady with a “festschrift,†or a collection of articles they had written about him.
“I have just begun reading the essays of former students and colleagues, and I am humbled and deeply honored,†Cady wrote in an e-mail.
When all was said and done, Cady said he was happy with the turnout at both lectures, and enjoyed seeing familiar faces from both Hamline and Gustavus Adolphus, where he taught for three years before Hamline. The discussion that went on after the talks was also successful, he said.
“The quality of questions and comments pushed me - and those attending - to think more deeply about the issues I was addressing,†Cady wrote in an e-mail.
Now that the Hanna Lectures are over, Cady said he will return to his research, as well as visiting his grandchildren and hosting a hostel for elderly people in London in May. He said his teaching days, however, are not over.
“I considered it a promotion to permanent sabbatical. I haven’t really given up the work,†Cady said.
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