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Matyas Moravec


Originally from the Czech Republic, I obtained my M.A. (First Class Honours) in Divinity & Philosophy at the University of Aberdeen in 2016. My dissertation focused on Henri Bergson's diagnosis of "spatialised" time in Kant's Critique of Pure Reason.

Subject area and speciality

Philosophy of Religion specialists:

M.Phil. student: Philosophy of Religion

Research Interests

My M.Phil. research, funded by AHRC and the Baillie Gifford scholarship, explores the ways in which Henri Bergson's analysis of the relation between time and space can contribute to a discussion about God and time in philosophy of religion.

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Inspiring young people in care

Apr 20, 2017

Will Lyon Tupman, a third year undergraduate, leads a campaign to help those in foster care to reach their potential.

What is the historical evidence that Jesus Christ lived and died?

Apr 19, 2017

Read Dr Simon Gathercole's article in the Guardian newspaper

Film Competition Winners Announced

Feb 27, 2017

School students demonstrated their passion for the subject in creative and sensitive films for the 2016 Cambridge Religion on Film Competition.

Research news: astrobiology, and Zion in South Africa

Feb 24, 2017

Read about exciting research in the Faculty of Divinity, with three lecturers currently away on research trips in very different places, looking at very different things.

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