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The Latin Works of Henry More
Advisory Board Meeting | 12.30 (UK time), 14th January 2021
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Dr. Karen Felter Vaucanson – A Complex Relation. Reading Anne Conway from a Process Theological Perspective
Book announcement | Former Scholar in Residence at the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism Karen Felter Vaucanson has successfully defended her thesis on the Cambridge Platonist, Anne Conway, at the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany.
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Platonism and a Muslim-Christian Metaphysics Across Borders | 29 November 2020
Zoom conference "Platonism and a Muslim-Christian Metaphysics Across Borders", organised on behalf of Tabah Foundation, and the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism at the University of Cambridge.
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New Publication - "The History of Religious Imagination in Christian Platonism": Exploring the Philosophy of Douglas Hedley
New collection of essays, edited by Christian Hengstermann.
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Dr. Stróżyński, "The One as Giver in Plotinus - Metaphysical and Spiritual Implications"
On October 19 (2020), Dr. Stróżyński held a Zoom conference for the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism.
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Renaissance Vegetarianism: The Philosophical Afterlives of Porphyry's 'On Abstinence'
Presentation of Cecilia Muratori's new monograph
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Metaphysics across Borders
New Interfaith Research Project funded by the Spalding Trust
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New Publication - Adamantiana XII: "That Miracle of the Christian World": Origenism and Christian Platonism in Henry More
New Essay Collection on Cambridge Platonist Henry More, edited by Centre Fellow, Dr Christian Hengstermann
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Research Assistantship in the ‘Reception of German Mysticism’
PhD researcher appointed as part of the ‘Reception of German Mysticism’ grant
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Prof. Rob Koons - Tolkien, Barfield, and Neoplatonism: How Metaphysics Moulded Middle Earth
Lecture delivered via Zoom
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