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The CoTP has moved!

The Department of Theology and Religious Studies and the Centre of Theology and Philosophy has moved to a new location! We have relocated to the new Humanities building located on the main University Park campus at the University of Nottingham.  

Darwin’s Pious Idea wins Catholic Press Award

Darwin’s Pious Idea, has been awarded Third place in the FAITH AND SCIENCES CATEGORY of the 2011 Catholic Press Awards. The judges said that Darinw’s Pious Idea was “An amazing work of bridge-building that demonstrates convincingly that both Ultra-Darwinists and hard-core Creationists are “intellectually vacuous” in their respectively strident points of view. This sweeping interdisciplinary […]

A Jellicoe Seminar: How Faith Can Restore Community

From 7pm on Wednesday 22nd June in the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford, PROFESSOR JOHN MILBANK will be in dialogue with LORD (Maurice) GLASMAN under the title ‘How Faith can Restore Community’. This will be an exciting encounter and an unparalleled occasion for two of the main thinkers and actors in the […]

What is Life? Conference Programme [UPDATED]

The Centre of Theology and Philosophy’s ‘What is Life?’ conference programme is complete and can be downloaded by clicking on the programme cover on the right or by clicking here [Note: this is a 12.6 mb PDF file]. Logistical information: For those arriving to the conference, it has been suggested to us that a taxi […]

Invitation – What is Life? Kraków Conference – Centre of Theology and Philosophy

The message below was sent out through our mailing system last night. We have reproduced it here. To sign up for our mailing list, please do so here. Centre of Theology and Philosophy Monday 07 March 2011 Greetings from the Centre   Dear CoTP Subscriber, Yes, it’s that time again, and this year is very […]

First International Conference on the Concept of Time in Science, Philosophy and Theology

THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON THE CONCEPT OF TIME IN SCIENCE, PHILOSOPHY AND THEOLOGY to be held in Al Ain, United Arab Emirates February 28 – March 4, 2012 CONFERENCE VENUE (1) Opening and First-day activities will take place at the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi. (2) All other scientific activities will be held in the IT Building […]

Conference: Thinking the Absolute

Thinking the Absolute: Speculation, Philosophy and the End of Religion June 29th – July 1st 2012 Liverpool Hope University, UK An international conference of the Association for Continental Philosophy of Religion Keynote Speakers: Ray Brassier, Levi Bryant, Iain Hamilton Grant and Catherine Malabou ‘The contemporary end of metaphysics is an end which, being sceptical, could only be a […]

Workshop: Speculative Philosophies and Religious Practices

Speculative Philosophies and Religious Practices: New Directions in the Philosophy of Religion and Post-Secular Practical Theology A One-day Workshop at the University of Chester on 1st June http://www.chester.ac.uk/cfpp/events Speakers Pamela Sue Anderson (University of Oxford) Beverley Clack (Oxford Brookes University) Elaine Graham (University of Chester) Katharine Moody (University of Lancaster) John Reader (William Temple Foundation) […]

Conference: The Bible: Culture, Community and Society

An international conference on Scripture and its authority, organised in partnership with Winchester Cathedral and the Wessex Synod of the United Reformed Church The Department of Theology and Religious Studies is delighted to announce this conference, which is timed as part of Winchester Cathedral’s celebration of the 400th Anniversary of the Authorised Version. The conference will look at […]

Patristics Conference Seminar: A Saint for East and West

Seminar/Workshop Website: http://theologyphilosophycentre.co.uk/MaximusEastWest/ A Saint for East and West: The Thought of Maximus Confessor in Eastern & Western Christian Theology XVI International Conference on Patristic Studies University of Oxford 9-11 August 2011 The Centre of Theology and Philosophy presents a new look into the theology of St. Maximus Confessor for contemporary theology. The aim of […]

*UPDATED* CFP: In the Aftermath of German Idealism

****PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DATES AND THE LOCATION OF THE CONFERENCE HAVE BEEN SLIGHTLY CHANGED, DUE TO UNPREDICTABLE SMALL DIFFICULTIES**** ****SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY HAVE COST AND PLEASE MAKE NOTE OF THE CHANGES IF YOU HAVE POSTED THIS CALL FOR PAPERS ELSEWHERE**** In the Aftermath of German Idealism May 13-14, Bergische Universität Wuppertal […]

CFP: The Future of Creation Order

The Future of Creation Order International Conference, 16 – 19 August 2011, VU University Amsterdam http://www.cpc2011.org Conference theme People of all times have experienced the world of nature as expressing an overwhelming beauty, coherence and order. In the great monotheistic traditions this beauty, coherence and order have been related to the will or nature of a Creator. […]

“New Frontiers in the Theology of Character” Funding Initiative

The Character Project at Wake Forest University is very excited to launch its funding competition entitled “New Frontiers in the Theology of Character.” This $180,000 RFP is aimed at work in theology or religious ethics on the topic of character, and proposals can request between $40,000 and $100,000 for projects not to exceed one year […]

Symposium: Of God in Philosophy

SYMPOSIUM Of God in Philosophy University College Dublin School of Philosophy Saturday the 26th of February 2011 12h – 17h00 Newman House St. Stephen’s Green Dublin John Caputo, Syracuse University Joseph Cohen, University College Dublin William Desmond, Catholic University of Leuven Richard Kearney, Boston College and University College Dublin PROGRAMME 12h – 14h (Chair: Patrick […]

The Centre of Theology and Philosophy’s 4th International Conference & Call for Papers: What is Life?: Theology, Science, and Philosophy

Conference Website: http://theologyphilosophycentre.co.uk/Krakow2011/ Call for papers: What is Life?: Theology, Science, and Philosophy Kraków, Poland 24-28 June 2011 In partnership with: Center for World Catholicism and Intercultural Theology, DePaul University; Pontical University of John Paul II, Kraków; Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Kraków; Institute for Faith and Learning, Baylor University ‘During those days men will […]

The Work of Herbert McCabe Ten Years On

The Aquinas Institute, Blackfriars, Oxford 6th Annual Aquinas Colloquium Saturday 5 March 2011 10.00am – 5.00pm FAITH WITHIN REASON: THE WORK OF HERBERT MCCABE TEN YEARS ON The Opera Omnia, Fergus Kerr OP, Edinburgh McCabe’s Use of Wittgenstein, Paul O’Grady, Trinity College Dublin McCabe on Divine Impassibility, Sarah Coakley, Cambridge McCabe on Metaphysics and Creation, […]

CFP: Hume’s Metaphysics and Humean Metaphysics

Hume’s Metaphysics and Humean Metaphysics School of Social Sciences and Humanities University of Tampere, Finland June 20-22, 2011 Call for Papers The idea of the conference is to celebrate the 300th anniversary of Hume’s birth by promoting fruitful discussion between Hume scholars and metaphysicians. Abstract Submission Deadline: March 15, 2011 (Notification of acceptance by April […]

PhD Fellowships with the Bergen ‘Modernism and Christianity’ Project

Two Ph.D. fellowships are available at the Department of Foreign Languages from 1 August 2011. The positions are connected to the research project Modernism and Christianity. For more information, please see the following links: 2 PhD positions connected to the project “Modernism and Christianity” For the English translation of this page, click on ‘English’ at the […]

Conference: Habit and Second Nature

The British Society for Phenomenology HABIT AND SECOND NATURE 15th – 17th April 2011 St Hilda’s College, Cowley Place, Oxford Habit is undeniably an important and pervasive aspect of human life; indeed, it is so familiar to us that often we do not pause to reflect on it.  Similarly, the concept of habit has played a […]

Aquinas Lecture 2011

‘If Love It Is…’: Thomistic Reflections on the Psychology of Love Michael Sherwin, OP (University of Fribourg, Switzerland) Wednesday 26 January 2011 5.00pm The Aquinas Institute Blackfriars Oxford Further Information from vivian.boland@english.op.org Download the event poster here.

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