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Noesis

NOESIS

Graduate Society for Philosophical Theology and Systematics


Noesis is a forum for graduate students conducting research in the field of philosophical theology and systematics. 

The society meets once a term to receive and discuss papers offered by its members. In Easter term we also have a more convivial gathering where we celebrate the launch of the annual Noesis Review. Sessions last approximately 1.5 hours, and are followed by tea and baked goods in the Selwyn Room.

Noesis is open to all members of the University. 


For more information, visit our website or email .


 To purchase Noesis Review, visit the online shop.

 

 

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