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Read more at: 5th February Public Lecture: Professor John Hare (Yale), ‘Augustine’s proof of God in De Libero Arbitrio’
5th February Public Lecture: Professor John Hare (Yale), ‘Augustine’s proof of God in De Libero Arbitrio’

5th February Public Lecture: Professor John Hare (Yale), ‘Augustine’s proof of God in De Libero Arbitrio’

8 January 2018

As part of the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism's Spring programme, we will welcome Professor John Hare, Noah Porter Professor of Divinity and Professor of Philosophy and of Religious Studies, Yale University. Monday 5th February 2018 5pm, Runcie Room Faculty of Divinity ‘Augustine’s proof of God in De Libero...



Read more at: Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism

Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism

Our Work Full site: https://www.platonism.divinity.cam.ac.uk The Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism is a forum for research on the Platonic Tradition, especially Neoplatonism, its sources, significance and legacy. Neoplatonism is the shape that Platonism took in Late Antiquity, especially...


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Dr Alastair Lockhart

 

Call for Papers: 'Religion and the Ending of War', 7-9 July 2021. Submission deadline: 7 May 2021.

Beckett House Conference, the 11th Annual Conference of the International Network for the Study of War and Religion in the Modern World.

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Read more at: Cambridge Forum for Jewish Studies

Cambridge Forum for Jewish Studies

The Cambridge Forum for Jewish Studies Research and teaching in the field of Jewish Studies take place in a variety of faculties and departments across the University of Cambridge. The Cambridge Forum for Jewish Studies is an initiative whose objective is to join up this activity and communicate...


Read more at: Philosophy of Religion MPhil Pathway

Philosophy of Religion MPhil Pathway

Philosophy of Religion The MPhil in Philosophy of Religion reflects the distinctiveness of the field which has developed at Cambridge over the past 100 years. The subject area has come to be defined by an attention to metaphysical frameworks, questions of ontology and epistemology, poetic form and...


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Indian religions overview

The Indian religions Hinduism, Buddhism, and Sanskrit have been taught as integral subjects in all three years of the Theological & Religious Studies Tripos for nearly 40 years, with the emphasis on Hinduism. Hinduism is the majority religious tradition of the political entity that is India...


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Jewish studies overview

Jewish studies Background Jewish studies within the Faculty of Divinity covers a wide range of approaches to Jewish religious traditions, from historical and textual, to philosophical and theological, to sociological and ethnographic. Likewise, under the broad rubric of Jewish studies, students can...


Read more at: Hulsean Lectures

Hulsean Lectures

2017-18, Professor Robinson - Full Programme 2015-16, Lord Williams of Oystermouth, 'Christ and the Logic of Creation' - Audio Recordings Available 2013-14, Professor Hays 2011-12, Mr MacGregor 2009-10, Professor McGrath 2007-08, Professor H McLeod 2005-06, Professor E Davis, 'That you may live...


Read more at: Stanton Lectures 2013-14

Stanton Lectures 2013-14

6 August 2013

The Stanton Lectures will be given by Professor Mulhall (institution and lecture titles to be confirmed), commencing on Monday 20 January 2014. All lectures are at 16.00 in the Runcie Room, Faculty of Divinity.


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