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Prof. Hedley on Ralston College Podcast 'Reason, Imagination, and Reality'
Prof. Douglas Hedley joins Dr Stephen Blackwood on the Ralston College Podcast
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Prof. Rob Koons - Tolkien, Barfield, and Neoplatonism: How Metaphysics Moulded Middle Earth
Lecture delivered via Zoom
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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. George van Kooten’s Inaugural Lecture as the Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity
Three Symposia: Plato, Philo and John - An Exercise in Triangulation
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Workshop - Early Christian Origins of the Human Rights Tradition? Exploring Patristic Concepts of Individuality and Freedom
A day-long workshop investigating human dignity in collaboration with members of the EU funded 'The History of Human Freedom and Dignity in Western Civilisation' project.
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Grant Awarded - Late Antiquity After Antiquity: The Last of the Ancient Platonists in the Early Modern Period
£225,973.27 awarded to the Centre as part of Dr Corrias' Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant.
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The Ontology of Love Conference
Featuring a key note address by Simon May, author of 'Love A History', and a panel discussion between Sir Roger Scruton, John Cottingham, Simon May, and Douglas Hedley.
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Dr Alan Cardew - Cusa and Hesse on Divine Games.
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Prof. Predrag Cicovacki - Tolstoy and Platonism
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Margaret Barker - The Lady and Her City: The Book of Revelation and in a Led Book From Jordan
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