Nicholas Adams (University of Edinburgh)
“Hegel’s Methodological Lessons for Philosophy of Religion Today”
Monday, October 13
Lunch will be served
Hegel’s writings on religion have recently received enthusiastic embrace, qualified endorsement and sceptical refusal. This paper inquires into the questions that his readers put or attribute to Hegel and considers the significance of their answers for the contemporary study of religious traditions, and especially for theology.
Nicholas Adams is Senior Lecturer in Theology and Ethics at the University of Edinburgh. He has published on the relation of German Philosophy to Theology. He is the author of Habermas and Theology (CUP 2006) and Eclipse of Grace: Divine and Human Action in Hegel (Blackwell 2013).