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The BSPR's Fourteenth Conference

Knowledge, Belief and Faith

 

1-3 September, 2022

 

Oriel College, Oxford

Keynote Speakers:

 

Maria Rosa Antognazza (King's College London), "Knowing and Believing"

Linda Zagzebski (University of Oklahoma), "Omnisubjectivity"

Michael Scott (University of Manchester), "Faith, Belief, and Varieties of Commitment"

Peter Adamson (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich), "God's Knowledge in Post-Avicennan Philosophy"

Registration now Open:

You can now register for the conference and book your accommodation, meals, etc. via Eventbrite here

A draft programme is available here and abstracts here.

Call for Papers: The CFP is now CLOSED

 

We invite proposals for short papers on religious epistemology. Papers addressing the relationship, and the difference, between knowledge, belief, and faith in religious epistemology are especially welcome, as well as papers exploring the conceptions of knowledge, belief, and faith in Western and non-Western religious traditions.

 

Those interested in presenting a short paper should send a proposal of no more than 250 words in a Word document to Dr Tasia Scrutton (t.scrutton@leeds.ac.ukno earlier than 4th January 2022 and no later than 31st March 2022. Please include the paper's title, and your name, institutional affiliation, and email address (these are not included in the 250 word word limit). We expect to notify people about whether their proposals have been accepted by 30th April 2022.

 

Some partial bursaries may be available for participants who do not have another source of funding for attending the conference, with preference for these given to those who are presenting a paper. If you anticipate being in need of a bursary, please indicate this in your submission.

 

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Twenty-Third Conference of

the European Society for Philosophy of Religion

 

God, Time, and Change

 

3-6 September, 2022

 

Oriel College, Oxford

 

 https://www.godtimeandchange.com

 

Contact us

Dr. T. Ryan Byerly
Department of Philosophy
University of Sheffield
Sheffield
S3 7QB
UK

t.r.byerly@sheffield.ac.uk