Saturday 17 November
9.30 — 10.15 am
Minlib Dallh, Fellow in the Study of Love in Religion, Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford
The Relation between Love and Truth in Islamic Mysticism
10.30 —11.15 am
Senior Research Fellow in Medieval Theology and Philosophy, King’s College London.
Love and Truth: Aristotle, Avicenna and Early Franciscans
11.15 am Break for coffee/tea
Professor and Head of the Research Institute, Faculty of Political Science, University of Bucharest and formerly Minister of Culture, Romania.
Understanding the relation between Truth and Love in the Western Intellectual Tradition
1.00 pm Symposium lunch provided
2.15 – 3.00 pm
Simon May, Visiting Professor of Philosophy, King’s College London.
Love as a promise of ontological rootedness
3.00 — 3.30 pm
Mirina Paananen, Research Scholar, University of Oxford
Love and Music in Islamic Traditions
3.30 — 4.00 pm
Otniel Bunaciu, Professor of Theology, University of Bucharest
4.00 pm. Break for coffee/tea
Peter Petkoff, Senior Lecturer in Law, Brunel University. Subject TBA
5.00 –5.45 pm
Rebecca White, Director, Oxford Theological Exchange Programme & Dr Smilen Markov:
Maximus and Chapters on Love
Martin Whittingham, Research Fellow in Islamic Studies, Regent’s Park College, University of Oxford
Truth Claims in the Islamic Traditions – provisional title.
7.00 pm Dinner in a local restaurant for those who can stay