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2014 Gifford Lecture Series: University of Edinburgh

What is Caesar’s? Adjudicating Faith in Modern Constitutional Democracies to be held on Monday 19 May 2014. [More…]

2014 Gifford Lecture Series: University of Glasgow

Givenness and Revelation begins Tuesday 20 May 2014. [More…]

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2014 Gifford Lecture Series: University of Edinburgh

The University of Edinburgh is pleased to announce their Gifford lecture for 2014: What is Caesar’s? Adjudicating Faith in Modern Constitutional Democracies.


Event Details

Justice Catherine O’Regan will deliver her Gifford Lecture, "'What is Caesar’s'? Adjudicating faith in modern constitutional democracies".

Date: Monday 19 May 2014, 5.30pm - 6.30pm
Venue: St Cecilia’s Hall, Niddry Street, Cowgate, Edinburgh EH1 1NQ


Lecture Abstract

Courts in constitutional democracies face tough questions in developing a principled jurisprudence for the adjudication of claims based on faith.

This lecture will consider some of the recent jurisprudence from Europe, North America, India and South Africa and discuss key questions including whether it is possible to identify a principled basis for the adjudication of claims based on faith, whether cross-jurisdictional learning is possible and proper and whether different social, political and religious contexts should and do make a difference to answering these questions. [More…]

2014 Gifford Lecture Series: University of Glasgow

2014 Gifford Lecture Series: Givenness and Revelation

Date: Tuesday 20 May 2014 - Wednesday 28 May 2014
Time: 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Venue: Graham Kerr Lecture Theatre (at the corner of the South Front and Science Way).
Category: Public lectures
Speaker: Prof Jean-Luc Marion, University of Chicago


Lecture Dates

Tuesday, 20 May 2014: The aporia of revelation: the epistemological interpretation
Wednesday, 21 May 2014: Understanding revelation: a phenomenological reappropriation
Tuesday, 27 May 2014: Christ as saturated phenomenon: the Icon of the invisible
Wednesday, 28 May 2014: Trinity as a logic of manifestation

A reception will follow the final lecture. All lectures are free and open to the public however pre-registration is essential

For further information or to register contact DAOevents@glasgow.ac.uk or 0141 330 3593 [More…]

Gifford Lectures Online

The online Gifford Lectures database presents a comprehensive collection of books derived from the Gifford Lectures. In addition to the books, the Web site contains a biography of each lecturer and a summary of the lecture or book. The Web site also contains a biography of Adam Lord Gifford, a copy of his will bequeathing money to the four major Scottish universities to hold the lectures, a brief description of natural theology, an introduction to each of the four universities and news about forthcoming Gifford-related events.

How to Use the Database

Given the variety of disciplines represented by the lectures and the renown of the lecturers, the information contained in this database is invaluable for scholars around the world. Students and researchers will be able to access a vast array of material dealing with religion, philosophy, physics, biology, psychology and history. Word searches can be conducted and key words identified across volumes, allowing the researcher to investigate a variety of topics.

The Gifford Lectures

The prestigious Gifford Lectureships were established by Adam Lord Gifford (1820–1887), a senator of the College of Justice in Scotland. The purpose of Lord Gifford's bequest to the universities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, St. Andrews and Aberdeen was to sponsor lectures to “promote and diffuse the study of Natural Theology in the widest sense of the term—in other words, the knowledge of God”.

Since the first lecture in 1888, Gifford Lecturers have been recognized as pre-eminent thinkers in their respective fields. Among the many gifted lecturers are Hannah Arendt, Niels Bohr, Etienne Gilson, Werner Heisenberg, William James, Max Mueller, Iris Murdoch, Reinhold Niebuhr, Albert Schweitzer and Alfred North Whitehead.

Lectureships

2010

Morality and the Mammalian Brain

Patricia Churchland

Edinburgh

2010

The End of Reality

Gianni Vattimo

Glasgow

2010

The Face of God

Roger Scruton

St. Andrews

2010

The God Debate

Terry Eagleton

Edinburgh

2009

A Fine-Tuned Universe: Science, Theology, and the Quest for Meaning

Alister McGrath

Aberdeen

2009

The Age of Pluralism

Diana Eck

Edinburgh

2009

The Necessity of Secularist Regimes

Charles Taylor

Glasgow

2009

The Science of Mind Constraining Matter

Michael Gazzaniga

Edinburgh

2008

"Because it was he, because it was I": Friendship and Its Place in Life

Alexander Nehamas

Edinburgh

2008

Hippocratic, Religious and Secular Medical Ethics: The Point of Conflict

Robert Veatch

Edinburgh

2008

Religion and Its Recent Critics

David Fergusson

Glasgow

2008

Why Does Faith Survive

Jonathan Sacks

Edinburgh

2007

21st Century Science: Cosmic Perspectives and Terrestrial Challenges

Martin Rees

St. Andrews

2007

Darwin's Compass: How Evolution Discovers the Song of Creation

Simon Morris

Edinburgh

2007

Seeing Things: From Mantelpieces to Masterpieces

Stephen Pattison

Aberdeen

2007

The Crusades and Christianity

Jonathan Riley-Smith

Edinburgh

2005

Illegal but Legitimate: A Dubious Doctrine

Noam Chomsky

Edinburgh

2005

Orientalism and Occidentalism

Stephen Toulmin

Edinburgh

2005

Peacebuilding in a Shrinking World

Margaret Anstee

Edinburgh

2005–2006

Sovereign God, Sovereign State, Sovereign Self

Jean Elshtain

Edinburgh

2005

Thou Shall Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself

Lenn Goodman

Glasgow

2004

Alone in the World? Science and Theology on Human Uniqueness

Wentzel van Huyssteen

Edinburgh

2003–2004

Mind, Soul and Deity

John Haldane

Aberdeen

2003–2004

Reason's Empire

Simon Blackburn

Glasgow

2003–2004

Reason's Empire

Simon Blackburn

Glasgow

2003

The Lesser Evil

Michael Ignatieff

Edinburgh

2003

Wandering in the Darkness

Eleonore Stump

Aberdeen

2002

The Problem of Evil and the Argument from Evil

Peter van Inwagen

St. Andrews

2001

The Nature and Limits of Human Understanding

Lynne Baker

Glasgow

2001

The Unthought in Contemporary Islamic Thought

Mohammed Arkoun

Edinburgh

2000–2001

Autonomy and Trust in Bioethics

Onora O'Neill

Edinburgh

2000–2001

The Concept of Nature

John Habgood

Aberdeen

2000–2001

The Grain of the Universe

Stanley Hauerwas

St. Andrews

1999–2000

Characters in Search of Their Author

Ralph McInerny

Glasgow

1999

God and Being

Robert Adams

St. Andrews

1999–2000

This Side of God

David Tracy

Edinburgh

1998–1999

Christ and Horrors: The Coherence of Christology

Marilyn Adams

St. Andrews

1998–1999

Living in a Secular Age

Charles Taylor

Edinburgh

1997–1998

Genes, Genesis and God

Holmes Rolston

Edinburgh

1997–1998

Gods, Genes, Greens and Everything

R J (Sam) Berry

Glasgow

1997–1998

The God Experiment

Russell Stannard

Aberdeen

1996–1997

Emotions and How to Cope with Them

Richard Sorabji

Edinburgh

1996–1997

Thought and Reality

Michael Dummett

St. Andrews

1995–1996

Reconstructing Nature

John Brooke

Glasgow

1995–1996

The Production of Equality

G Cohen

Edinburgh

1995

Thomas Reid and the Story of Epistemology

Nicholas Wolterstorff

St. Andrews

1994–1995

Faith and Criticism in the Work of William Robertson Smith, 1846-1894

John Rogerson

Aberdeen

1994–1995

New Light and Enlightenment

M Stewart

Aberdeen

1994–1995

Science and Religion before and after Hume

Peter Jones

Aberdeen

1994–1995

The Order of Nature

James H Burns

Aberdeen

1994–1995

The Shadow of Scotus

Alexander Broadie

Aberdeen

1993–1994

Religion and Revelation: A Theology of Revelation in the World's Religions

Keith Ward

Glasgow

1993–1994

The Faith of a Physicist: Reflections of a Bottom-Up Thinker

John Polkinghorne

Edinburgh

1992

Imagination and Understanding

Mary Warnock

Glasgow

1992–1993

Natural Theology as Apologetics

Jaroslav Pelikan

Aberdeen

1992–1993

Nature, God and Humanity:

Arthur Peacocke

St. Andrews

1992–1993

The Question of Physical Reality

Roger Penrose

St. Andrews

1992–1993

Upheavals of Thought: A Theory of the Emotions

Martha Nussbaum

Edinburgh

1991–1992

Deciphering the Signs of God: A Phenomenological Approach to Islam

Annemarie Schimmel

Edinburgh

1990–1991

Biblical Faith and Natural Theology

James Barr

Edinburgh

1990

Grammars of Creation

George Steiner

Glasgow

1990–1991

Renewing Philosophy

Hilary Putnam

St. Andrews

1989–1990

Claims on God

Mary Douglas

Edinburgh

1989–1990

Ethics in an Age of Technology and Religion in an Age of Science

Ian Barbour

Aberdeen

1989–1990

Ethics in an Age of Technology and Religion in an Age of Science

Ian Barbour

Aberdeen

1989–1990

Science and Salvation

Mary Midgley

Edinburgh

1988

Inner Space and Outer Space

John Barrow

Glasgow

1988–1989

Tracks of Biology and the Creation of Sense

Walter Burkert

St. Andrews

1988–1989

Trinity and Theism

Raimon Panikkar

Edinburgh

1987–1988

Rival Versions of Moral Enquiry

Alasdair MacIntyre

Edinburgh

1987–1988

Warrant and Proper Function

Alvin Plantinga

Aberdeen

1987–1988

Warrant: The Current Debate

Alvin Plantinga

Aberdeen

1986–1987

An Interpretation of Religion

John Hick

Edinburgh

1986

Behind the Eye

Donald MacCrimmon MacKay

Glasgow

1986–1987

The Logic of Mortality

Antony Flew

St. Andrews

1985

Infinite in All Directions

Freeman Dyson

Aberdeen

1985–1986

Oneself as Another

Paul Ricoeur

Edinburgh

1985

The Search For Who We Are

Carl Sagan

Glasgow

1984–1985

Creation and the Spirit of God

Jurgen Moltmann

Edinburgh

1984–1985

Psychoanalytic Theory and Science

Adolf Grünbaum

St. Andrews

1983–1984

God's Other Nature

Allan Galloway

Glasgow

1983–1984

In Search of Deity

John Macquarrie

St. Andrews

1983–1984

The Construction of Reality

Michael A. Arbib

Edinburgh

1983–1984

The Construction of Reality

Michael A. Arbib

Edinburgh

1982–1983

God and the Poets

David Daiches

Edinburgh

1982–1983

Models, Mind and Man

Anthony Sanford

Glasgow

1982–1983

New Images of the Natural, 1750-1800

Donald Charlton

St. Andrews

1982–1984

The Evolution of the Soul

Richard Swinburne

Aberdeen

1982–1983

The Literature of Natural Man

Philip Drew

Glasgow

1981–1982

From Athens to Jerusalem

Stephen Clark

Glasgow

1981–1982

Metaphysics as a Guide to Morals

Iris Murdoch

Edinburgh

1981–1982

The Thinking Peasant

Christina Larner

Glasgow

1981–1983

The Veils of Religion

Ake Hultkrantz

Aberdeen

1980–1981

Knowledge and the Sacred

Seyyed Nasr

Edinburgh

1980–1981

Socrates: Ironist and Moral Philosopher

Gregory Vlastos

St. Andrews

1979–1980

Beyond Ideology

Ninian Smart

Edinburgh

1979–1981

Religion and the One

Frederick Copleston

Aberdeen

1979–1980

The New Biology

Sydney Brenner

Glasgow

1977–1978

Myth, Magic and Denial

David Stafford-Clark

St. Andrews

1977–1979

The Human Mystery

John Eccles

Edinburgh

1977–1979

The Human Psyche

John Eccles

Edinburgh

1976–1977

Pierre Bayle ou l'obession du mal

Jean-Pierre Jossua

Edinburgh

1975–1977

Fact, Faith and Fiction in the Development of Science

Reijer Hooykaas

St. Andrews

1975–1977

Programs of the Brain

John Young

Aberdeen

1974–1976

Morality, Religious and Secular

Basil Mitchell

Glasgow

1974–1976

The Road of Science and the Ways to God

Stanley L Jaki

Edinburgh

1973–1974

The Secularization of the European Mind in the Nineteenth Century

William Chadwick

Edinburgh

1972–1973

The Central Questions of Philosophy

Alfred Ayer

St. Andrews

1972–1974

The Life of the Mind

Hannah Arendt

Aberdeen

1972–1974

The Life of the Mind

Hannah Arendt

Aberdeen

1971–1973

The Development of Mind

Anthony Kenny

Edinburgh

1971–1973

The Nature of Mind

Anthony Kenny

Edinburgh

1970–1972

Critique of Earth

Arend van Leeuwen

Aberdeen

1970–1972

Critique of Heaven

Arend van Leeuwen

Aberdeen

1970–1971

The Openness of Being: Natural Theology Today

Eric Mascall

Edinburgh

1970–1972

The Rise and Fall of the Medieval System of Religious Thought

Richard Southern

Glasgow

1969–1971

Animal Nature and Human Nature

William Thorpe

St. Andrews

1968–1970

Knowledge and Faith

Winston Herbert Frederick Barnes

Edinburgh

1967–1969

Concordant Discord

Robert Zaehner

St. Andrews

1966–1968

A Layman's Quest

Thomas Knox

Aberdeen

1966–1968

Action and Belief

Thomas Knox

Aberdeen

1966–1968

Freedom and Alienation

Hywel Lewis

Edinburgh

1966–1968

The Elusive Mind

Hywel Lewis

Edinburgh

1966–1968

The Elusive Self

Hywel Lewis

Edinburgh

1965–1967

Historical Writing and Christian Beliefs

Herbert Butterfield

Glasgow

1965–1967

Human Beliefs and the Development of Historical Writing

Herbert Butterfield

Glasgow

1965–1966

On Historical Consciousness in Thought and Action

Raymond Aron

Aberdeen

1964–1966

The Discipline of the Cave

John Findlay

St. Andrews

1964–1966

The Problem of Metaphysics

Donald Mackinnon

Edinburgh

1964–1966

The Transcendence of the Cave

John Findlay

St. Andrews

1963–1965

The Divine Flame

Alister Hardy

Aberdeen

1963–1965

The Living Stream

Alister Hardy

Aberdeen

1962–1964

Authority in the Early Church

Henry Chadwick

St. Andrews

1962–1964

Law and Wisdom in the Bible

David Daube

Edinburgh

1962–1963

Politics

Charles Hendel

Glasgow

1962–1964

The Deed and the Doer in the Bible

David Daube

Edinburgh

1961–1962

The Sense of the Presence of God

John Baillie

Edinburgh

1960–1962

The Great Church in Captivity

Steven Runciman

St. Andrews

1959–1961

Belief

Henry Price

Aberdeen

1959–1961

The Relevance of Science

Carl von Weizsäcker

Glasgow

1959–1960

The Unity of Moral Experience

Roderick Maclennan

Edinburgh

1958–1960

Norm and Action

George von Wright

St. Andrews

1958–1960

The Varieties of Goodness

George von Wright

St. Andrews

1957–1959

Psychology and Physics

Wolfgang Kohler

Edinburgh

1957–1958

The Psychology of Values

Wolfgang Kohler

Edinburgh

1956–1957

The Freedom of Will

Austin Farrer

Edinburgh

1956–1958

The Penumbra of Ethics

Vigo Demant

St. Andrews

1955–1957

For Faith and Freedom

Leonard Hodgson

Glasgow

1955–1957

For Faith and Freedom

Leonard Hodgson

Glasgow

1955–1956

Physics and Philosophy

Werner Heisenberg

St. Andrews

1955–1957

The Logic of Religious Thinking

Herbert Hodges

Aberdeen

1954–1955

History and Eschatology

D Bultmann

Edinburgh

1953–1955

On Selfhood and Godhood

Charles Campbell

St. Andrews

1953–1954

Persons In Relation

John Macmurray

Glasgow

1953–1954

Systematic Theology

Paul Tillich

Aberdeen

1953–1954

Systematic Theology

Paul Tillich

Aberdeen

1953–1954

Systematic Theology

Paul Tillich

Aberdeen

1952–1953

An Historian's Approach to Religion

Arnold Toynbee

Edinburgh

1952–1953

The Self as Agent

John Macmurray

Glasgow

1951–1952

Personal Knowledge

Michael Polanyi

Aberdeen

1951–1953

Reason and Belief

Brand Blanshard

St. Andrews

1951–1953

Reason and Goodness

Brand Blanshard

St. Andrews

1950–1952

Natural Religion and Christian Theology

Charles Raven

Edinburgh

1949–1950

Revelation and Religion

Herbert Farmer

Glasgow

1949–1950

Revelation and Religion

Herbert Farmer

Glasgow

1949–1950

The Modern Predicament

Herbert James Paton

St. Andrews

1948–1950

Causality and Complementarity

Niels Bohr

Edinburgh

1948–1949

Experiments in Living

Alexander Macbeath

St. Andrews

1948–1950

The Discovery of the Transcendental

John Wisdom

Aberdeen

1948–1950

The Mystery of Being

Gabriel Marcel

Aberdeen

1948–1950

The Mystery of Being

Gabriel Marcel

Aberdeen

1948–1950

The Mystery of the Transcendental

John Wisdom

Aberdeen

1947–1949

Religion and Culture

Christopher Dawson

Edinburgh

1947–1949

Religion and the Rise of Western Culture

Christopher Dawson

Edinburgh

1946–1948

Christianity and Civilization

Emil Brunner

St. Andrews

1946–1948

Christianity and Civilization

Emil Brunner

St. Andrews

1946–1948

Realms of Value

Ralph Perry

Glasgow

1940–1941

New Meditations on Mind, God, and Creation

Oskar Kraus

Edinburgh

1939–1940

Hellenistic Religion - The Two Phases

Arthur Nock

Aberdeen

1939–1940

Mind and Deity

John Laird

Glasgow

1939–1940

The Primacy of Faith

Richard Kroner

St. Andrews

1938

Eos; ou, Platon et l'Orient

Joseph Bidez

St. Andrews

1938–1940

The Nature and Destiny of Man

Karl Niebuhr

Edinburgh

1938–1940

The Nature and Destiny of Man

Karl Niebuhr

Edinburgh

1938–1939

Theism and Cosmology

John Laird

Glasgow

1937–1938

From Morality to Religion

William George De Burgh

St. Andrews

1937–1938

Man on His Nature

Charles Sherrington

Edinburgh

1937–1938

The Knowledge of God and the Service of God according to the Teaching of the Reformation

Karl Barth

Aberdeen

1936–1937

Fact and Destiny

William Hocking

Glasgow

1936–1937

The Theology of the Early Greek Philosophers

Werner Jaeger

St. Andrews

1935–1936

Christian Morality

Herbert Henson

St. Andrews

1935–1936

Foundations of Ethics

William Ross

Aberdeen

1935–1937

The Human Situation

William Dixon

Glasgow

1934–1935

The Problem of Natural Theology and Natural Ethics

Albert Schweitzer

Edinburgh

1932–1934

Holy Images

Edwyn Bevan

Edinburgh

1932–1934

Nature, Man and God

William Temple

Glasgow

1932–1934

Symbolism and Belief

Edwyn Bevan

Edinburgh

1930–1932

Faith, Hope and Charity in Primitive Religion

Robert Ranulph Marett

St. Andrews

1930–1932

Sacraments of Simple Folk

Robert Ranulph Marett

St. Andrews

1930–1931

The Living God

Nathan Söderblom

Edinburgh

1930–1932

The Spirit of Medieval Philosophy

Etienne Gilson

Aberdeen

1929–1931

The Heritage of Idealism

John Smith

Glasgow

1929–1930

The Philosophy of the Good Life

Charles Gore

St. Andrews

1928–1929

The Quest for Certainty

John Dewey

Edinburgh

1927–1928

Process and Reality

Alfred Whitehead

Edinburgh

1927–1929

Scientific Theory and Religion:

Ernest Barnes

Aberdeen

1926–1928

The Faith of a Moralist

Alfred Taylor

St. Andrews

1926–1928

The Faith of a Moralist

Alfred Taylor

St. Andrews

1926–1927

The Nature of the Physical World

Arthur Eddington

Edinburgh

1926–1928

The Sciences and Philosophy

John Haldane

Glasgow

1924–1926

Essays and Addresses on the Philosophy of Religion

Friedrich von Hügel

Edinburgh

1924–1925

The Attributes of God

Lewis Farnell

St. Andrews

1924–1926

The Place of Minds in the World

William Mitchell

Aberdeen

1924–1926

The Power of Minds in the World

William Mitchell

Aberdeen

1923–1925

The Nature of Religion

William Paterson

Glasgow

1923–1925

The Worship of Nature

James Frazer

Edinburgh

1922–1923

Theism and Thought

Arthur Balfour

Glasgow

1921–1922

Emergent Evolution

Conwy Lloyd Morgan

St. Andrews

1921–1923

Studies in the Philosophy of Religion

Andrew Pringle-Pattison

Edinburgh

1921–1923

The Idea of Immortality

Andrew Pringle-Pattison

Edinburgh

1920–1922

The Domain of Natural Science

Ernest Hobson

Aberdeen

1919–1921

A Faith That Enquires

Henry Jones

Edinburgh

1919–1921

God and Nature

George Stout

Edinburgh

1919–1920

Greek Hero Cults and Ideas of Immortality

Lewis Farnell

St. Andrews

1919–1921

Mind and Matter

George Stout

Edinburgh

1917–1919

Divine Personality and Human Life

Clement Webb

Aberdeen

1917–1919

God and Personality

Clement Webb

Aberdeen

1917–1919

The Philosophy of Plotinus

William Inge

St. Andrews

1917–1919

The Philosophy of Plotinus

William Inge

St. Andrews

1916–1918

Space, Time and Deity

Samuel Alexander

Glasgow

1916–1918

Space, Time and Deity

Samuel Alexander

Glasgow

1915–1916

Asianic Elements in Greek Civilization

William Ramsay

Edinburgh

1914–1916

The System of Animate Nature

John Thomson

St. Andrews

1914–1916

The System of Animate Nature

John Thomson

St. Andrews

1913–1915

Moral Values and the Idea of God

William Sorley

Aberdeen

1913–1914

The Problem of Personality

Henri Bergson

Edinburgh

1913–1914

Theism and Humanism

Arthur Balfour

Glasgow

1911–1913

The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead

James Frazer

St. Andrews

1911–1913

The Idea of God in the Light of Recent Philosophy

Andrew Pringle-Pattison

Aberdeen

1910–1912

The Interpretation of Religious Experience

John Watson

Glasgow

1910–1912

The Interpretation of Religious Experience

John Watson

Glasgow

1910–1912

The Principle of Individuality and Value

Bernard Bosanquet

Edinburgh

1910–1912

The Value and Destiny of the Individual

Bernard Bosanquet

Edinburgh

1909–1911

The Evolution of Religions of Ancient Greece and Rome

William Ridgeway

Aberdeen

1909–1910

The Religious Experience of the Roman People from the Earliest Times to the Age of Augustus

William Fowler

Edinburgh

1907–1908

Ideals of Religion

Andrew Bradley

Glasgow

1907–1909

The Realm of Ends or Pluralism and Theism

James Ward

St. Andrews

1906–1908

The Science and Philosophy of Organism

Hans Driesch

Aberdeen

1906–1908

The Science and Philosophy of Organism

Hans Driesch

Aberdeen

1905–1906

On God and Man

Simon Laurie

Edinburgh

1905–1906

On God and Man

Simon Laurie

Edinburgh

1904–1906

The Religious Teachers of Greece

James Adam

Aberdeen

1903–1905

Science et religion dans la philosophie contemporaine

Emile Boutroux

Glasgow

1903–1905

The Knowledge of God and Its Historical Development

Henry Melvill Gwatkin

Edinburgh

1903–1905

The Knowledge of God and Its Historical Development

Henry Melvill Gwatkin

Edinburgh

1902–1904

The Pathway to Reality

Richard Haldane

St. Andrews

1900–1902

The Evolution of Theology in the Greek Philosophers

Edward Caird

Glasgow

1900–1902

The Evolution of Theology in the Greek Philosophers

Edward Caird

Glasgow

1900–1902

The Religions of Ancient Egypt and Babylonia

Archibald Sayce

Aberdeen

1900–1902

The Varieties of Religious Experience

William James

Edinburgh

1899–1901

New Tales of Old Rome

Rodolfo Amadeo Lanciani

St. Andrews

1898–1900

The World and the Individual

Josiah Royce

Aberdeen

1898–1900

The World and the Individual

Josiah Royce

Aberdeen

1896–1898

Elements of the Science of Religion

Cornelius Tiele

Edinburgh

1896–1898

Elements of the Science of Religion

Cornelius Tiele

Edinburgh

1896–1898

Naturalism and Agnosticism

James Ward

Aberdeen

1896–1898

Naturalism and Agnosticism

James Ward

Aberdeen

1896–1898

The Moral Order of the World in Ancient and Modern Thought

Alexander Bruce

Glasgow

1896–1898

The Providential Order of the World

Alexander Bruce

Glasgow

1894–1896

Philosophy of Theism

Alexander Fraser

Edinburgh

1894–1896

Philosophy of Theism

Alexander Fraser

Edinburgh

1894–1896

Religion in Greek Literature

Lewis Campbell

St. Andrews

1892–1894

Lectures and Essays on Natural Theology and Ethics

William Wallace

Glasgow

1892–1894

Philosophy and Development of Religion

Otto Pfleiderer

Edinburgh

1892–1894

Philosophy and Development of Religion

Otto Pfleiderer

Edinburgh

1892–1896

The Fundamental Ideas of Christianity

John Caird

Glasgow

1892–1896

The Fundamental Ideas of Christianity

John Caird

Glasgow

1891–1893

Natural Theology

George Stokes

Edinburgh

1891–1893

The Philosophy of the Christian Religion

Andrew Fairbairn

Aberdeen

1890–1892

The Evolution of Religion

Edward Caird

St. Andrews

1890–1892

The Evolution of Religion

Edward Caird

St. Andrews

1889–1891

**Unpublished**

Edward Tylor

Aberdeen

1889–1890

Philosophy and Theology

James Stirling

Edinburgh

1889–1890

The Making of Religion

Andrew Lang

St. Andrews

1888–1892

Anthropological Religion

Friedrich Muller

Glasgow

1888–1892

Natural Religion

Friedrich Muller

Glasgow

1888–1892

Natural Religion

Friedrich Muller

Glasgow

1888–1892

Physical Religion

Friedrich Muller

Glasgow

1888–1892

Theosophy or Psychological Religion

Friedrich Muller

Glasgow

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