Nov 10, 2016
from 05:30 PM to 07:00 PM
|Where||St Edmund's College, Garden Room|
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Dr Gorazd Andrejč will illustrate how Wittgenstein’s work has been used by different approaches to interreligious dis/agreement and how it can elucidate such dis/agreements today. With responses from Ed Kessler MBE and Alban McCoy. The event, organised in conjunction with the Woolf Institute, will also mark the launch of Dr Andrejč's new book, Wittgenstein and Interreligious Disagreement: A Philosophical and Theological Perspective (Palgrave MacMillan, 2016).
Gorazd Andrejč is an affiliated lecturer and was previously a Junior Research Fellow at the Woolf Institute, Cambridge.
Ed Kessler MBE is Founder Director of the Woolf Institute, a Fellow of St Edmund's College, Cambridge and a leading thinker in interfaith relations.
Alban McCoy OFM Conv is Dean of St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, and author of An Intelligent Person’s Guide to Catholicism (Bloomsbury 2001) and An Intelligent Persons Guide to Christian Ethics (2006).
Refreshments will follow.