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A one-day conference organized in association with Peter Adamson’s History of Philosophy without Gaps project at King’s College London brought together a number of acclaimed scholars to discuss the relationship between religion and philosophy in a variety of traditions across the globe. How is philosophical thought influenced by religious views and practice in different cultures and civilizations? How did the relationship between the two develop throughout ages in different parts of the world? How do philosophical and theological arguments differ or relate?
Michael Beaney, Sacha Golob, Jessica Leech, Taichi Miura and Mark Textor will be representing King’s Philosophy at this year’s Annual Conference of the British Society for the History of Philosophy, due to take place on 6-8 April, at the University of Sheffield.
This Friday the King’s History of Philosophy Seminar will have Eric Schliesser (Amsterdam) will be speaking on
‘How to be a methodological analytical egalitarian with help from Mandeville and Adam Smith (and be a feminist too)’
Room 304, Philosophy Building, Strand Campus, KCL 11am-1pm.
All are welcome – contact John Callanan (email@example.com) for any further details.