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Journal Article: “The Problem with NeuroLaw”

“The Problem with NeuroLaw,” by David W. Opderbeck, who is Professor of Law, Seton Hall University Law School, and Director, Gibbons Institute of Law, Science & Technology; Prof Opderbeck is also currently a PhD student in the Department of Theology & Religious Studies at the University of Nottingham. This Article describes and critiques the increasingly popular program […]

Just published: Radical Orthodoxy: Theology, Philosophy, Politics (Vol. 2, No. 1)

Radical Orthodoxy: Theology, Philosophy, Politics Vol. 2, Number 1. January 2014 Articles Cynthia Nielsen “Foucault’s Polyphonic Genealogies and Rethinking Episteme Change via Musical Metaphors” Peter John McGregor “The ‘Spiritual Christology’ of Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI: An Exposition and Analysis of its Principles” Nathan Jennings “Divine Economy, Divine Liturgy: Liturgical Theology as a Retrieval of Figural Interpretation” Paul Tyson […]

Interviews with Milbank, Oliver, Cunningham, and Riches in the latest issue of the Edification journal

Two interviews of note are available in the latest issue of Edification: The Transdisciplinary Journal of Christian Psychology Vol. 6, Issue 1, 2012. The following interviews with John Milbank, Simon Oliver, Conor Cunningham, and Aaron Riches were conducted by Peter Hampson, with Zoë Lehmann Imfeld providing assistance with question planning, transcription, and editing of the interviews. ‘Interview […]

First issue of new journal now available: Radical Orthodoxy: Theology, Philosophy, Politics

The first issue of Radical Orthodoxy: Theology, Philosophy, Politics (RO:TPP) is now available as an open-access online journal (articles are in PDF format), and can be read here. The inaugural issue is a double special issue containing a special section on ‘What is Life?’ Below is the table of contents for the first issue of RO:TPP: […]

Forthcoming Journal: Synesis

Synesis: Beyond Secular Faith. International Journal of the Studium Granatensis et Sacromontanum. Follow the journal on Facebook here. Editors: S. E. R. FRANCISCO JAVIER MARTÍNEZ, Archbishop of Granada, Spain AARON RICHES, Instituto de Teología ‘Lumen Gentium’ / Instituto de Filosofía ‘Edith Stein’, Granada, Spain Associate Editors: PETER M. CANDLER JR., Baylor University, Waco, USA CONOR […]

New Journal: Humanum

H U M A N U M Issues in Family, Culture and Science The Online Review of the Center for Cultural and Pastoral Research www.humanumreview.com The Center for Cultural and Pastoral Research, a recently founded subsidiary of the American session of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family, launched its […]

CFP: RO:TPP – “What is Life?” special issue

Call for Papers: What is Life? Radical Orthodoxy: A Journal of Theology, Philosophy and Politics is an internationally peer reviewed journal dedicated to the exploration of academic and policy debates that interface between theology, philosophy and the social sciences.  The editorial policy of the journal is radically non-partisan and the journal welcomes submissions from scholars and […]

From the 2011 Telos Conference: Interview with Peter Candler

From the Telos Press website: In this video from the 2011 Telos Conference, held on January 15–16 in New York City, Adrian Pabst interviews Peter Candler from Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Peter gave a controversial and provocative paper entitled “Outside the Church There is No Death.” The starting point of the paper is the […]

Issue of Communio on the Nature of Experience

The latest issue of Commnio: International Catholic Review is a special issue on the ‘Nature of Experience’, containing articles by: David L. Schindler, Reinhard Hütter, Antonio Lopez, Conor Cunningham, D. C. Schindler, David S. Crawford, Steven A. Long, José Granados, Joseph Atkinson, Margaret Harper McCarthy, Michael Maria Waldstein, and Martin Rhonheimer. From the Introduction: The Summer, […]

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