The Phenomenology of Religious Life

Phenomenology of Religious Life

Please contact Mark Wrathall if you would like to attend. 


Friday June 8th

2:30 - 3:40 pm

“Still the best of all possible worlds after all these years?”

Paul Lodge (Oxford)

3:50 - 5:00 pm

“Riddles, Nonsense and Religious Language: Wittgenstein, Aquinas, Williams”

Stephen Mulhall (Oxford)

5:10 - 6:20 pm

“Two Cheers for Manicheanism: Back to Good versus Evil”

Mark Johnston (Princeton University)

Saturday, June 9th

9:00 - 10:10 am

“Who Needs to Know What Is?  To Imagine It is to Meet It, in Our Better Moments even to Love It”

Andrew Winer (University of California, Riverside)

10:20 - 11:30 am

“The Ethical Problem of Evil”

Dan Watts (University of Essex)                        

11:40 - 12:50 pm

“Christianity and depression: interpretation, meaning and the shaping of experience”

Tasia Scrutton (University of Leeds)

3:00 - 4:10 pm

“The Silence that is Communication”

Mark Wrathall (Oxford)

4:20 - 5:30 pm

“Dependency, Agency and the Constitution of the Self: Foucault on Early Christianity and Beyond’”

Beatrice Han-Pile (University of Essex)


This event enjoys the generous financial support of the BYU London Centre and other BYU entities.