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On 26 November, Saša Horvat (University of Zagreb) will deliver a talk entitled “Contemporary Scientific Explanations of Religion: Problems and Perspectives” at the HPP/Ian Ramsey Centre's 2019-2020 seminar series.

Venue: Theology Lecture Room, Floor 2, Gibson Building,...

UPDATE 27 NOVEMBER: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO SEVERE WEATHER CONDITIONS IN POLAND 

On 27 November, Tomasz Placek (Jagiellonian University) will deliver a talk entitled “A No-Go Result for a Relativity-Proof Dynamic Concept of Time” at the HPP/Ian Ramsey Centr...

On 30 October, Martin Pickup (University of Oxford) delivered a talk entitled “Where is God? Divine Presence and Location” at the HPP/Ian Ramsey Centre's 2019-2020 seminar series.

Video footage of this event will be uploaded to the media page.

Abstract: The question...

The full programme for the conference part of this event can now be viewed here

We are pleased to announce the 2019 Humane Philosophy Society study week comprising a workshop and conference on the topic "Truth and Beauty; Transcendentals in the Twenty-First Century". 

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ENTRY NOW CLOSED 

Submissions for the Oxford University Prize for Eastern European Perspectives on Science, Theology and Humane Philosophy are invited from students and early career researchers at institutions in eligible Central and Eastern European countries.*

A prize...

On 26th March the HPP, co-hosted a conference on the topic, 'Religion and Culture' in Warsaw, Poland. A full schedule may be viewed here

The event will took place at the Centre for the Thought of John Paul II and at the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw....

A morning jurisprudence colloquium on 'Moral Persons & Legal Rights' will take place on 18th November between 9:15 and Noon, in the Aula of Blackfriars, Oxford. 

This event is the first of a series, co-sponsored by the Humane Philosophy Project and the journal...

From January 2016 the Humane Philosophy Project has dedicated funds to a research group on the value of the arts and humanities, aimed primarily at first year AHRC funded students at the University of Cambridge.

The group convenes fortnightly at Magdalene College, Unive...

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