Videos

17th April - Stories of Evolution, Stories of Sacrifice

Stories of Evolution, Stories of Sacrifice

In this opening lecture of the Aberdeen Gifford Lecture Series 2012, Professor Sarah Coakley analyses the current malaise of "natural theology" and its philosophical and theological causes, and invites reflection on a bold reformulation of its task which might contest the cynicism of a culture convinced of primary selfishness.

Lord Sutherland - David Hume and Civil Society

David Hume and Civil Society

Patricia Churchland - Morality and the Mammalian Brain

Morality and the Mammalian Brain

Gifford Lectures 9th June

Being and Event

Gifford Lectures 8th June

Beyond Phenomenology

Gifford Lectures 7th June

The End of Reality: Opening Lecture

Gifford Lectures 10th June

The Ethical Dissolution of Reality

Terry Eagleton - The God Debate

The God Debate

Diana Eck - Globalization & Religious Pluralism

Lecture 1: Globalization and Religious Pluralism

Diana Eck - The Civic Perspective: Citizens, Nations, and the Challenges of Religious Pluralism

Lecture 2: The Civic Perspective: Citizens, Nations, and the Challenges of Religious Pluralism

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