Month: June 2011

Why Atheists Should Care about RE in Schools.

[Short opinion by piece by me, on RE in schools – DW] There has been a lot of noise recently about school-based Religious Studies (or, to those of us over a certain age Religious Education / RE). Its […]

  A Level Religious Studies 29 June 2011  

UKABS Annual Conference 2011

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  Uncategorised 24 June 2011  


As the academic year drags towards its end, we start turning our thoughts to next year – and the new Religion, Philosophy and Ethics students who will  be joining us here in Cheltenham in September. If you are […]

  facebook 8 June 2011  

Western Buddhism, Zizek and Authenticity

Hi, just out of interest – here is a presentation (use the arrow to follow through it) I gave last year – and am trying to write up at the moment..  I wonder if it makes sense without […]

  zizek 8 June 2011  

Gloucestershire Philosophical Society – Will Large on Levinas

 Dr. William Large: The Meaning of the Other in Emmanuel Levinas’ ‘Totality and Infinity’. Wed. June 15th, 2011. 7:30pm TC002a, FCH Campus – Cheltenham. All Welcome This year is the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Levinas’ ‘Totality […]

  Levinas 8 June 2011