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Deus Ludens - Play & Creation in Hinduism and Christianity

last modified Jan 22, 2019 03:17 PM

The Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism proudly hosted the Deus Ludens workshop, 12 January 2019. This day-long workshop focused on the themes of creation and play in both the Christian and Indian religious traditions. The workshop featured presentations given by Prof. Bernard McGinn (U. Chicago), Prof. Francis Clooney (Harvard U.), Prof. Rachel Fell McDermott (Columbia U.), Dr. Jessica Frazier (Oxon.), Dr. Rupert Sheldrake, Prof. Douglas Hedley (Cantab.), Dr. Ankur Barua (Cantab.), Daniel Soars (Cantab.), and Daniel Tolan (Cantab.), and concluding remarks by Prof. Julius Lipner (Cantab.). Click here for the event's programme, and here for the event poster. Below are some pictures from the event.

 

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