Presentation for the online colloquium ‘Time, money and God‘, July 8, 2022.
Upcoming presentation for the 23rd Biennial Conference of the European Society for Philosophy of Religion: God, Time and Change, September 3-5, 2022, Oxford, UK.Lees verder “Weber, time and the economics of the eucharist”
(Image © Bradi Barth)
Upcoming presentation for the hybrid conference on Christian philosophy and its challenges, Jesuit University Ignatianum in Krakow (Poland), September 2022.Lees verder “Philosophizing in Mary: the test case of Anselm’s argument”
Upcoming presentation for the annual conference of the European Academy of Religion, Bologna, June 20-23, in the panel on a eucharistic metaphysics.Lees verder “A spousal metaphysics of the eucharist: persons, powers and Mary”
Upcoming Summer University at the University of Antwerp, July 4-8, 2022, on the ethical, metaphysical and religious aspects of the usury debate in relationship to sustainable finance.Lees verder “Time, Money and God: Antwerp Summer University”
Just spreading the word about an interesting upcoming conference in Maynooth, Ireland.
Presentation for the upcoming Eleventh International Thomistic Congress, Sponsored by the Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Aquinas and the Thomistic Institute Angelicum, 19-24 September 2022 in Rome.Lees verder “Five ways to the one argument? Revisiting Thomas and Anselm on demonstrating God”
Guest lecture for a colloquium at the Université d’Angers and the Université Catholique de l’Ouest
Philosophical News, issue 16, 2018, special issue on Dietrich von Hildebrand and Christian personalism
Abstract accepted for the ETF conference Towards an Environmental Ethic of ‘Fittingness’ (2-3 October, online)
LEST conference at the KU Leuven faculty of Theology: https://theo.kuleuven.be/en/lest/lest-xii/short-paper-sessions
12/09/2018 – 14/09/2018
Analytic Theology and the Tri-Personal God : the Trinitarian Renewal in Analytic Tradition, UCL – Louvain – Louvain-la-Neuve
Is God a juridical person? An institutional metaphysics for the Trinity