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Prof. George van Kooten’s Inaugural Lecture as the Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity

last modified Mar 16, 2019 02:23 PM
Three Symposia: Plato, Philo and John - An Exercise in Triangulation

Prof. George van Kooten, member of the Centre's Steering Committee, gave his inaugural lecture as the Lady Margaret's Professor of Divinity, 'Three Symposia: Plato, Philo and John - An Exercise in Triangulation', on 19 February 2019. Below is a recording of the event.

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