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Kant & Public Theology Research Symposium

Date of news: 3 November 2016

CCS Research Symposium: Kant & Public Theology

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On 11-12 November, the Center for Catholic Studies will host a research symposium at Radboud University, which explores the relevance of Immanuel Kant’s philosophy for the field of Public Theology. The purpose of this symposium is to promote Public Theology in Nijmegen by bringing together international scholars for two days to present their research at the intersection of Philosophy and Theology.

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Confirmed speakers

Schedule

11 Nov – First day of Symposium – chaired by Joshua Furnal

09:00 – Welcome and Introduction of panel (Tuinzaal room at Soeterbeeck)

09:15 - Prof. dr. Marcus Düwell (Utrecht) – ‘What May I Hope? Kant’s Third Question and Our Practical Self-Understanding’

10:15 – Q&A

10:45 - Coffee break

11:00 – Prof. dr. Christoph Hübenthal (Radboud) – ‘Morality and Faith – Shortcomings and Advantages of the Kantian Model’

12:00 – Q&A

14:30 -- Prof. dr. Christopher Insole (Durham) -- ‘Platonic Enlightenment: Kant's Pure Religion of Reason’

15:30 – Q&A

12 Nov – Second day of Symposium chaired by Christoph Hübenthal

09:00 – Welcome and Introduction of panel (Tuinzaal room at Soeterbeeck)

09:15 -- Dr. Joshua Furnal (Radboud) – ‘The Dialectic of Faith and Reason in Cornelio Fabro’s reading of Kierkegaard’s Theology’

10:15 – Q&A

10:45 - Coffee break

11:15 – Dr. Dan Watts (Essex) – ‘The Idea of the Theological Virtues’

12:15 – Q&A

14:30 - Prof. dr. Philip Ziegler (Aberdeen) -- ‘Kierkegaard’s view of the Christian Life’

15:30 – Q&A

16:00 - Coffee break

16:30 -- Prof. Robert Stern (Sheffield) – ‘On (not) going to the Deer Park: K.E. Løgstrup's Critique of Kierkegaard’

17:30 – Q&A

18:00 – Wrap-up Discussion and Conclusion of Symposium

Contact info: ccs@ftr.ru.nl