Date / Heure
Date(s) - samedi 8 juin
10 h 30 - 16 h 30
Eglise Protestante Francaise de Londres
A day conference that seeks to look beyond tribalism to find agreement and understanding in a conversation about religion and atheism.
PCN Britain is delighted to invite you to this conference which offers an opportunity to engage with our speakers in a conversation about religion, atheism, seeking ways to dialogue and to search for meaning. In an increasingly tribalistic world we hope that this day will offer possibilities to go beyond the divide which separate us and to search out areas of mutual agreement and understanding.
Further information and discounts for PCN members can be found at the PCN Britain website
Our four speakers are:
Julian Baggini is the author of several books about philosophy and is a co-founder of The Philosopher’s Magazine. His latest book, ‘How the World Thinks: A Global History of Philosophy’ gives a groundbreaking global overview of philosophy.
Fiona Ellis is Professor of Philosophy at Roehampton University and Director of its Centre for the Philosophy of Religion. She has recently edited a collection of contributions under the title New Models of Religious Understanding.
Harriet Harris is the Head of Chaplaincy Service at the University of Edinburgh, overseeing a large multi-faith and humanist team. A priest in the Scottish Episcopal Church, she is author of numerous books and is currently editing a volume on Atheism.
Richard Holloway was Bishop of Edinburgh from 1986 to 2000. Writer and broadcaster, Richard’s latest book ‘Waiting for the Last Bus- Reflections on Life and Death’ adds to a long list of books on religion, ethics and morality.
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