RPE students Tom Rees and Emma Thompson discuss the talk by Lawrence Klein on ‘Enlightenment as Conversation’ which took place at the Philosophytown event in Malmesbury in October 2014.
It seems apparent that the ambitions of man have always had a striking tendency to probe beyond the extent of standard physical and cognitive capabilities. These desires are manifested and entrenched within the oldest of mythologies and woven […]
Staff from the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics course at Gloucestershire, in conversation about Religious Langauge. Dr Roy Jackson explains it to Dave… Find us on twitter @RPEatGlos, or see our Course Blog at http://r-p-e.blogspot.com
All meetings will be held at Room HC203 Francis Close HallUniversity of Gloucestershire,Swindon Road, Cheltenham.between 7.30 and 9.30pm Wednesday, November 12th. 2014. Dr. Roy Jackson, University of Gloucestershire will give a talk on ‘A Philosophical Novel: Hayy ibn Yaqzan’ The […]
Canterbury cathedral is one of the oldest churches in England. A place of renown, it is the cathedral of the Archbishop of Canterbury and forms part of a World Heritage Site. Amongst its many distinguishing features, its stained-glass […]
On the way.. We bought lots.. Hop over to Philosvids – to see video from our trip last night – or pics via the RPE Flickr site.. See you for Diwali 2015!
In this short video, Dr David Webster asks Cambridge PhD student Beth Singler about her interest in Religion and fandom, popular culture, and the idea of consciously ‘made up’ religions.. See the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics course blog at http://r-p-e.blogspot.co.uk/
Diwali in Leicester 2014: International Society for Krishna Consciousness dancing in the street: The RPE students went to Leicester last night – for the 2014 Diwali celebrations, where they ate sweets(and staff came home with boxes and boxes […]
In this short video, Dr David Webster asks Cambridge PhD student Beth Singler about her work on Indigo Children. In the conversation we also talk about the phrase ‘Starseed’: See the Religion, Philosophy & Ethics course blog at http://r-p-e.blogspot.co.uk/
Hi,Hot on the heels of the Diwali trip, we are having an RPE (all years) visit to Gloucester Cathedral to see the Crucible 2 Sculpture event before it closes.. For some background on the event see http://www.crucible2.co.uk/ The plan […]