We are honoured to welcome Dr Edward Skidelsky, University of Exeter to lead the second session of the International Interfaith Reading Group on Philosophy in Interfaith Contexts.
Here are the details of this fascinating session.
Speaker: Dr Edward Skidelsky, University of Exeter
Topic: Matteo Ricci and the Problem of Religious Translation
Date: Mon, 21 February, 2022
Time: 18:00-19:00 GMT
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- Holy Envy: Faith, Truth and Interfaith Understanding
- Matteo Ricci and the Problem of Religious Translation
- Professor James Orr Inaugurates the International Interfaith Reading Group on Philosophy in Interfaith Contexts
- Moral and Spiritual Courage: A Muslim Perspective
- A Religious Crucible: Elia Benamozegh (1823-1900), Jewish Universalism and Interreligious Encounters
- Reaching beyond Metaphysics: God of Love, God beyond Being in Two Traditions
- Embodied Cognition and the Soul: Lessons from Cognitive Science and Christian Eschatology
- An Islamic Philosophy of Plurality: Shah Waliullah of Delhi (1703-62) on the Unity and Diversity of Humanity
- Holistic Wisdom from a Chinese Perspective
- Historical Suffering and Agency: Alternative Conceptions of Power in the Jewish Philosophical Thought of Hermann Cohen
- How Christians Can Learn from the Devotional Poetry of Hindu South India
- Can Aristotle’s Ideas on Akrasia Shed Light on the Account of Original Sin in Gen 3:1-6?