CFP: The Problem of Evil in Philosophy, Theology and the Sciences
October 4, 2012 — 5:38

Author: Yujin Nagasawa  Category: News  Comments: 1

On behalf of Ludwig Jaskolla:
Within the context of the Analytic-Theology-Project (Innsbruck, Munich, Frankfurt), the cluster initiative of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and the Munich School of Philosophy invites papers on “The Problem of Evil in Philosophy, Theology, and the Sciences” by recent PhDs (2006 or later) and current graduate students for its final workshop from July 29th 2013 until August 1st 2013 in Munich, Germany.
For further information, please go to: www.hfph.de/pepts2013

Comments:
  • Timo Toivonen

    Hi John,
    I’m living in Munich, thanks for letting people know of this interesting workshop here. I wonder if its open to people outside the academic scene.
    I’ve been studying some works from Austrian polymath Rudolf Steiner and he offers the most interesting view on evil having a double nature (eg. rigid vs fluid, stingy vs spend-thrift etc.) and the christ being in the middle. This model sounds seemingly simple, but it is expandable even to cover individual and social behavior. I really hope someone in the academic philosophy looked at this double quality of evil.
    Timo

    October 5, 2012 — 3:33
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