The Telegraph reviews a new Gallery at the Victoria and Albert museum, devoted to Buddhist art.The review [click HERE] raises some issues about detachment, and the nature of the images, and whether the gallery actively promotes Buddhist values […]
The Guardian online has an excellent site where various experts provide infomed comment on philosophy texts. Giles Fraser has written comments on Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Morals, Julian Baggini on Hume’s views on religion, and currently Mary Midgeley is […]
Just a reminder about next week’s event – students (and others) are all welcome – but do register first – some details should be HERE, or contact Patricia Downes for details on attending. The programme for the day […]
Gloucestershire Philosophical Society, Summer Term. Talk on Wednesday22nd. April, 2009, 7.30.p.m. FCH HC203 University of GloucestershireMap HERE. Professor Ted Honderich, UCL “Terrorisms, Terrorist Wars: A philosophical perspective.” Professor Honderich is an internationally renowned political philosopher; editor of the […]
Some details of an interesting local event: Café Scientifique Finale Tuesday 12th May: (Last Debate in the current Café Scientifique Series) On Artificial Intelligence Arrivals: from 7:15pm for 7.30pm kick off, finish around 9:30ish Location: The Pavillion (in […]
We will not meet on the first Thursday of May, but will meet on the first Thursday of June, the 4th. Gallery Room. Park Campus. 7pm. We will be reading The Brothers Karamazov, a personal favourite. But not […]
Thought our readers might be interested in reading the following reflections on Easter from a Buddhist perspective: http://www.xploreheartlinks.com/buddhism.htm#A%20Buddhist%20View%20of%20Easter
New Statesman at http://www.newstatesman.com/religion/2009/04/richard-dawkins-hitchens has an issue focused around God and the relationship between politics and religion..Might be of interest..d.