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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)
Noreen Khawaja (Yale University): "Philosophy, Theory, History"
Noreen Khawaja Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Yale University Philosophy, Theory, History Wednesday, April 5, 4:30, Swift Common Room Noreen (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)
Bettina Bergo (University of Montreal): "And God Created Woman"
Bettina Bergo Professor of Philosophy, University of Montreal And God Created Woman Tuesday, February 28, 4:30pm, Swift 201 Emmanuel Levinas wrote (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)
Mark Siderits (Illinois State University): "Non-self and 'Religion': Buddhism's anti-essentialist challenge to the category"
Mark Siderits Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Illinois State University Non-self and "Religion": Buddhism's anti-essentialist challenge to the categor (More)
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)
2015-2016 Call For Papers
 Workshop on the Philosophy of Religions 2015-2016 Call for Papers The Workshop on the Philosophy of Religions welcomes proposals for papers, presentations, mock-job talks, and panel discussions for the 2015-2016 Academic Year.  Given the broadly i (More)
Kevin Schilbrack - "Comparison and Evaluation in Philosophy of Religions"
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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)
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