We are delighted to announce that Professor James Orr, University of Cambridge, will inaugurate the Philosophy in Interfaith Contexts Reading Group today at 18:00 GMT.
Here are more details of this fascinating event.
Topic: Human Equality and Abrahamic Monotheism
Date: Monday, 31 January, 2022
Time: 18:00-19:00 GMT
Introduction of the Philosophy in Interfaith Contexts Reading Group: Dr Ionut Moise, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow and Coordinator of the Reading Group
Introduction of the Speaker: Dr Edward Skidelsky, Department of Sociology, Philosophy and Anthropology, University of Exeter
Inaugural Speaker: Professor James Orr, Assistant Professor of Philosophy of Religion, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge
Q&A: Dr Ionut Moise, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow and Coordinator of the Philosophy in Interfaith Contexts Reading Group
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If you missed this session, a recording is available below:
- 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?