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Date: 11-12 May 2011 Time: 10.00-17.00 pm
Venue: Bowland North SR20
Twentieth-century attempts to administer societies along secular lines have masked a question that goes to the heart of authority, society and community: what is it which now binds Western societies together? This workshop explores these questions along three related lines: the political, the philosophical, and the religious, asking what resources these three approaches offer to those seeking to restore legitimacy to our societies and to investigate the bases of community.
Arthur Bradley (Lancaster) Stephen Bullivant (St Mary's College)
Brian Garvey (Lancaster) Tom Grimwood (Lancaster)
Patrice Haynes (Liverpool Hope)
Gavin Hyman (Lancaster) Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad (Lancaster)
David M Seymour (Lancaster) Graham M Smith (Lancaster)
Alison Stone (Lancaster) Andrew Tate (Lancaster)
Tom Wolstenholme (Lancaster)Evert van der Zweerde (Radboud, Nijmegen)
This event is open to all staff and students at Lancaster University and other institutions.
Places are limited so if you would like to attend this workshop, please register by emailing Alison Stone, firstname.lastname@example.org
A full programme will be sent to all those registered.
Who can attend: Anyone
Organising departments and research centres: Politics, Philosophy and Religion PPR
Keywords: Philosophy, Philosophy of religion, Political practice, Political religion, Political theology, Political theory, Politics, Religion, Religion and politics, Religion and society, Religious, Religious thought, Secularisation
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