Religious Studies Conference

January 21, 2012
Heythrop College

Kensington Square
London W8 5HN
United Kingdom

Speakers:

John Cottingham
Heythrop College
Richard Harries
Gresham College
Stephen Law
Heythrop College
Keith Ward
British Academy

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11.00 KEITH WARD Life, the Universe, and Everything
Keith Ward is a Fellow of British Academy, one-time Professor of the Philosophy of Religion, King's London, Regius Professor of Divinity, Oxford, and now Professorial Research Fellow at Heythrop.  

12.00 JOHN COTTINGHAM Ethics and Religion: How They Fit Together   John Cottingham is Professorial Research Fellow at Heythrop College, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Reading University, and an Honorary Fellow of St John’s College, Oxford. He is Editor of Ratio, the international journal of analytic philosophy.

1.00-2.00 lunch

2.00 STEPHEN LAW The Evil God Challenge

Stephen Law is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at Heythrop College, university of London, editor of THINK (journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy) and author of The Philosophy Gym (Headline) and The Philosophy Files(Orion).

3.00 RICHARD HARRIES Justice for hedgehogs: Ronald Dworkins’ ‘Value Holism’ in Theological Perspective   Richard Harries is Gresham Professor of Divinity. His latest books include Faith in Politics? Rediscovering the Christian Roots of our Political Values (DLT) and The Re-enchantment of Morality (SPCK) which was short-listed for the 2011 Michael Ramsey Prize for Theological writing.

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Heythrop reserves the right to change the programme at short notice.

Free entry. Booking is essential – please email Karoline Wilhelm-Brown [email protected] or Stephen Law [email protected]

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