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Workshop: Early Christian Origins of the Human Rights Tradition? Exploring Patristic Concepts of Individuality and Freedom

When Mar 05, 2019
from 09:00 AM to 06:30 PM
Where Room 6
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The Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism will host the workshop 'Early Christian Origins of the Human Rights Tradition? Exploring Patristic Concepts of Individuality and Freedom' on Tuesday, 5 March, from 9.00-18.30, in Room 6 of the Divinity Faculty. This workshop will further develop the themes that Prof. Anders-Christian Jacobsen will discuss in his Beierwaltes lecture on 4 March

 

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