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Prof. Jeremy Waldron - A Load-bearing Idea: The Work of Human Equality

4: A load-bearing idea: the work of human equality

Prof. Jeremy Waldron - Looking for a Range Property: Hobbes, Kant, and Rawls

Looking for a range property: Hobbes, Kant, and Rawls

Prof. Jeremy Waldron - Everyone To Count For One

2: "Everyone to count for one" - the logic of basic equality

Prof. Jeremy Waldron - More Than Merely Equal Consideration

1: "More than merely equal consideration" - the Rev. Hastings Rashdall

Trinity as a Logic of Manifestation

Trinity as a Logic of Manifestation

Christ as Saturated Phenomenon: The Icon of the Invisible

Christ as Saturated Phenomenon: The Icon of the Invisible

Understanding Revelation: A Phenomenological Re-Appropriation

Understanding Revelation: A Phenomenological Re-Appropriation

The Aporia of Revelation: The Epistemological Interpretation

The Aporia of Revelation: The Epistemological Interpretation

Justice Catherine O'Regan - Adjudicating Faith in Modern Constitutional Democracies

Adjudicating Faith in Modern Constitutional Democracies

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

This lecture considers 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.

Lord Williams of Oystermouth - Can Truth be Spoken?

Lecture 6: Can Truth be Spoken?

In what sense can we legitimately think about silence as a mode of knowing? We need to be cautious about using such a notion as an excuse for giving up the challenges of truthful speech.

But it is true that, if what is ultimately most important is to be attuned to the reality that we invite to 'inhabit' us, silence may be the most appropriate means of representation.

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