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We are delighted to announce that Daniel Kodaj (Department of Philosophy, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary) has been awarded the 2019 Oxford University Prize for Eastern European Perspectives on Science, Theology and Humane Philosophy, for his paper 'The Metaphysical...

The organisers of the Humane Philosophy Project were saddened to learn today of the death of the great philosopher Mary Midgley. Dr Midgley was an early supporter of the Project and gave us enthusiastic and spirited encouragement. In 2015 she spoke on the topic of 'Sci...

On 15th February Michaël Bauwens delivered a talk entitled 'A Bold (Scotistic) Metaphysics for the Social Sciences' at the 2017-2018 Humane Philosophy Project-Ian Ramsey Centre seminar series on God, Good and Evil in a Scientific Age.

Abstract: Much of the free will deb...

On 8th March Philip Goff delivered a talk entitled 'Did the Universe Design Itself?' at the 2017-2018 Humane Philosophy Project-Ian Ramsey Centre seminar series on God, Good and Evil in a Scientific Age.

Footage of this event can be found at the media page. 

Abstract: Th...

On the 24th-25th September 2017 the Humane Philosophy Project organised a conference on the Value of the Humanities. Talks examined possible justifications for work in the arts and humanities, and for public funding of that work.

Keynote speakers: 

Dr Alicja Gescins...

On 28th August to 2nd September the HPP co-organised the 20th Dominican study week and conference.

The study week was aimed at undergraduate and MA level and offered students from any institution the opportunity to join Dominican novices on the historic Dalmatian coast...

NB: The time of this event has been moved from 5:00pm to 6:05pm

On the 27th of April Tim Crane spoke on the topic 'How Should we Think about the Contrast between the Natural and the Supernatural?' at the seminar series on the theme of supernaturalism organised by the Hu...

On the 9th of March Fiona Ellis spoke on the topic 'Supernaturalism and Naturalism: Beyond the Divide' at the ongoing seminar series on the theme of supernaturalism organised by the Humane Philosophy Project and the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion.

Footage of...

On the 2nd of February Stanislaw Krajewski spoke on the topic 'Can a Robot Be Grateful? Beyond Logic, Towards Religion' at the seminar series on the theme of supernaturalism organised by the Humane Philosophy Project and the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion....

We are pleased to announce that the Humane Philosophy Project has been awarded a grant by the University of Cambridge AHRC DTP to support its research group on the value of the humanities for the academic year 2016-17.

 

The group continues to convene fortnightly at Magd...

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