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The theological and philosophical roots of human dignity

Principal Investigator: Professor John Loughlin

Research Assistant: Niamh Baker-Loughlin

Aim: This project aims to produce an annotated bibliography on human dignity from an interdisciplinary perspective: historical roots, theology, philosophy, law, politics, anthropology and its application in contemporary human rights legislation, international relations and public policy.

Outcomes:

  1. The production of an annotated bibliography on the different dimensions of human dignity.
  2. The creation of an electronic archive of articles related to the different dimensions of human dignity.


An interdisciplinary research hub inspired by Catholic thought and culture, focussed on contemporary global realities, and dedicated to encounter, dialogue, and transformation

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Ignored Arab Christian Voices: Contextual Theology in the Era of Colonial Modernity

Sep 25, 2017

Runcie Room, Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge

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