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Program - PhilEvents
Special Thanks to:
Francesca Maniaci
Alex Sokolov
Bruna Salhany
Ian Pattenden
Susan C. Su
Has Philosophy of
Religion a Future?
Sally Trace, Cover art:
“Fullness of Manifestation,”
© 2012 Sally Trace at www.sallytrace.com
Our Sponsors:
THE FCULTY OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES
CREOR
McGILL CENTRE FOR RESEARCH ON
RELIGION
CENTRE DE RECHERCHE SUR LA
RELIGION
A Symposium
Social Sciences and Humanities Research
Council of Canada
Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines
du Canada
April 25, 2013
McGill University
Has
Philosophy
of
Religion
a
Future?
April
25,
2013
Opening
Session:
9:00­10:45
Welcome
Jim
Kanaris,
McGill
University
The
Future
of
Philosophy
of
Religion
Morny
Joy,
University
of
Calgary
Third
Session:
1:30­3:00
The
Enecstatic
Jig:
Personalizing
Philosophy
of
Religion
Jim
Kanaris,
McGill
University
Philosophy,
Religion,
and
the
Question
of
Genre
Jin
Y.
Park,
American
University,
Washington,
DC
Towards
a
New
Paradigm
for
Philosophy
of
Religion
Maurice
Boutin,
McGill
University
(Emeritus)
Signs
Outdistancing
the
Times:
How
Globalization
and
Post­Colonial
Theory
Is
Redefining
Contemporary
Philosophy
of
Religion
Carl
Raschke,
University
of
Denver
Second
Session:
10:45­10:45
Fourth
Session:
3:15­5:30
After
the
End:
Retractions
and
Reaffirmations
of
The
End
of
Philosophy
of
Religion
N.N.
Trakakis,
Australian
Catholic
University
Reverence
and
Criticism
in
Philosophy
of
Religion
Tyler
Roberts,
Grinnell
College
From
Post­Colonial
Paralysis
to
Post­
Correctional
Progress:
The
Future
of
Philosophy
of
Religion
as
Multidisciplinary
Comparative
Inquiry
Wesley
J.
Wildman,
Boston
University
Where
Can
Radical
Theology
Find
a
Home?
John
D.
Caputo,
Syracuse
University
and
Villanova
University
(Emeritus)
What
Can
Non­Philosophy
do
for
Continental
Philosophy
of
Religion?
Clayton
Crockett,
University
of
Central
Arkansas
Re­visioning
‘life’
in
Philosophy
of
Religion
Pamela
Sue
Anderson,
University
of
Oxford


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