Religious philosophy explores what it means to be human, how we know what is true, the demands of ethics and virtue, the purpose and end of the universe, the nature and existence of God and much more. These are questions of intense intellectual complexity and profound importance, which have helped to guide vast movements of people over thousands of years.
Our research strengths include the study of Christian, Jewish, Muslim and atheist philosophies, in the distant past and the present day. We study how each tradition emerged, explore the debates within and between them, and grapple with questions that will shape the future of religious thought.
Why Study Tzimtzum? with Agata Bielik-Robson
Why Study Atheism? with Conor Cunningham
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