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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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Research integrity and ethics

Research integrity Rigour and integrity is essential to all good research. Much of the research within the Faculty has a textual, historical, or philosophical focus and presents a distinct set of ethical issues, especially transparent and fair use of evidence and of the work of other scholars, and...


Read more at: Cambridge Late Antiquity Network

Cambridge Late Antiquity Network

Cambridge Late Antiquity Network Seminar Late antique and early medieval studies have, in the past three decades, become an important growth area across several disciplines. This has been driven by a move away from the traditional narrative of “decline and fall” towards an approach that stresses...


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...


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Study of religion

The Study of Religion There is a long tradition of the social scientific study of religion; indeed, it may be claimed that the social sciences began from the study of religion. There are three main strands to this study – sociological, anthropological, and psychological – each with an important...


Read more at: New Testament & Early Christian MPhil Pathway

New Testament & Early Christian MPhil Pathway

New Testament & Early Christian MPhil Pathway Course Co-ordinator: Dr James Carleton Paget Prerequisites for study Students should have a degree in Theology with a strong New Testament component and at least two years’ study of New Testament Greek. Students who wish to do a dissertation in New...


Read more at: Study of World Religions MPhil Pathway

Study of World Religions MPhil Pathway

Study of World Religions MPhil Pathway Michaelmas Term 2020 Law for the Gentiles?: Universalism and ritual purity in Judaism, Christianity and Islam Course Coordinator: Dr Daniel Weiss Is the Hebrew Bible truly the particularist, tribal heritage of Israel, which is then universalized by...


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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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Old Testament MPhil Pathway

Old Testament MPhil Pathway Michaelmas Term 2019 M.Phil. Old Testament Core Subject, Michaelmas 2019 This course is compulsory for those writing a thesis in the field of Old Testament. Hebrew Bible, Septuagint and beyond Case Study: The Book of Joshua Course Coordinator: Dr James Aitken The course...


Read more at: World Christianities Pathway in the Theology and Religious Studies MPhil

World Christianities Pathway in the Theology and Religious Studies MPhil

World Christianities Pathway The study of World Christianities explores the plurality and vibrancy of Christianity outside of North America and Western Europe as well as its embeddedness in the historical and contemporary power structures of the Christian faith worldwide. The MPhil in World...


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