Saturday, June 14th, 2014
Centre for Philosophy of Religion
Heythrop College, London
10.30 ‘Moral realism and God’
Dr Fiona Ellis (Heythrop College)
12.15 ‘Morality and the transcendent’
Professor John Cottingham (Heythrop College)
1.30 Lunch (Provided)
2.30 ‘Løgstrup’s ethical demand: religious or secular?’
Professor Robert Stern (University of Sheffield)
4.15 ‘The tribute of faith: faith as moral gesture’,
Professor John Schellenberg (Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Canada)
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Students - £5; Concession and HAAS - £10;
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