Wilde Lectures: 'God, Human Nature and Mathematics'

Wilde Lectures: “God, Human Nature and Mathematics”

 
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This year’s Wilde Lectures in Natural Theology will be delivered by Alexander Pruss, Professor of Philosophy at Baylor University, USA.

Prof. Pruss holds PhD degrees in both mathematics and philosophy. In addition to many peer-reviewed articles, his publications include the following academic monographs: Infinity, Causation and Paradox (OUP 2018), Necessary Existence, (with Joshua Rasmussen, OUP 2018), One Body: An Essay in Christian Sexual Ethics (Notre Dame 2012), Actuality, Possibility and Worlds (Continuum 2011), The Principle of Sufficient Reason: A Reassessment (CUP 2006).

Wilde Lectures: “God, Human Nature and Mathematics”

Thursday 9th May at 5.00pm Harris Lecture Theatre, Oriel College, followed by a short reception – “The Argument from Beauty”

Thursday 16th May at 5.00 pm Harris Lecture Theatre, Oriel College – “The Argument from the Falsity of Scepticism”

Tuesday 21st May at 5.00pm Harris Lecture Theatre, Oriel College – “New Work for Natural Law in Metaphysics, Ethics and Epistemology, Part 1”

Thursday 23rd May at 5.00pm Harris Lecture Theatre, Oriel College – “New Work for Natural Law in Metaphysics, Ethics and Epistemology, Part 2”

Thursday 30th May at 5.00pm Harris Lecture Theatre, Oriel College, followed by a short reception – “Did God Make the Natural Numbers?”

 

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