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Matthew Peterson: "Historicity and Absence: On the Return of Excess in the Study of Religion"
Matthew Peterson PhD Student, Philosophy of Religions Historicity and Absence: On the Return of Excess in the Study of Religion Wednesday, April 26, 4:30pm, Swift 403 The concept of experiential excess, once a defining feature of the study of rel (More)
Anil Mundra: "Unity in Diversity: Haribhadra Sūri’s Anekânta-vāda as a Response to Religious Difference"
Anil Mundra PhD candidate, Philosophy of Religions Unity in Diversity: Haribhadra Sūri’s Anekânta-vāda as a Response to Religious Difference Tuesday, March (More)
Russell Johnson: "Nonviolent Revolution: Gandhi and Kierkegaard on Means and Ends"
Russell Johnson PhD candidate, Philosophy of Religions Nonviolent Revolution: Gandhi and Kierkegaard on Means and Ends Tuesd (More)
Amy Hollywood speaks: Friday, October 10, 3pm, Swift Hall Common Room
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Pamela Sue Anderson (Oxford) on the Future of the Philosophy of Religion
Pamela Sue Anderson Professor of Modern European Philosophy of Religion, Oxford University presents "Concepts to Live By: Change for the More)
Zeke Goggin: "The Idea of Sacrifice in Hegel's 1793 'Volksreligion' Fragment"
Wednesday February 17th, 4:30pm Swift Hall 106 ABSTRACT: This paper will focus specifically on some fragments which Hegel began while studying at the Stift in Tübingen and likely completed during a visit home to Stuttgart.  The question of sacrif (More)
Eun Young Hwang (PhD Student, Religious Ethics): “A Constructive Comparative Religious Ethical Analysis of Augustine and Xunzi: The Sacred Origin of Human Rights and Its Demand for Just Society”
Wednesday, February 3, 4:30, Swift 106 (co-sponsored with Global Christianities Workshop) ABSTRACT: While referring to some contemporary theoretical concern for human ri (More)
Jason Cather on Anselm's Ontological Argument
Jason Cather (University of Chicago) "Anselm and the Existential Fallacy" Wednesday, December 2, 4:30 pm Swift 200 RECEPTION TO FOLLOW AT IDA NOYES PUB after Unknown artist, l (More)
Anil Mundra on Naturalness and Normativity in Religious Studies
Anil Mundra (University of Chicago): "The Natural, The Normative, and the Study of Religion" Wednesday, October 28th, 4:30pm: Swift 200 The religious studies academy routinely opposes descriptive or historical to prescriptive or constructive met (More)
Franklin I. Gamwell (University of Chicago): “Comparative Philosophy of Religion: The Foreword Revisited”
Franklin I. Gamwell (University of Chicago): “Comparative Philosophy of Religion: The Foreword Revisited” Wednesday, November 11, 2015, 4:30pm: Swift 106; reception to follow Two decades ago, a series of publications called “Toward a Comparative (More)
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