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Philosophy and Religion

Philosophy and Religion

Exercise the grey matter and get to grips with some of the fundamental questions that have challenged and troubled some of the world’s greatest thinkers. And discover how they answered them. Our central CBD location means we are easily accessible by public transport, our tutors are knowledgeable and welcoming.

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Contending Warriors of God

The most decisive conflicts in the Third Crusade (1189-1192) were fought between the armies of the sultan Salah ad-Din and king Richard I of England. Both men were determined to win and hold the holy city of Jerusalem for their contending faiths, but respected each other and were chivalrous in both victory and defeat. They exchanged gifts and... [More]
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The most decisive conflicts in the Third Crusade (1189-1192) were fought between the armies of the sultan Salah ad-Din and king Richard I of England. Both men were determined to win and hold the holy

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Introduction to Hobbes: Leviathan

Thomas Hobbes is regarded as one of a handful of genuinely great political philosophers, whose masterwork Leviathan, changed history. The idea of a ‘social contract’ as the basis of political power is his most powerful contribution, eventually becoming the theoretical foundation of most contemporary societies. Hobbes is however a controversial... [More]

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Philosophy of Anthropology

This course crosses many fields, including sociology, cultural theory, linguistics, ethnography, psychology and evolutionary theory and considers the growing area of Engaged Anthropology which seeks to address the concrete challenges facing local communities in an increasingly global world. The aim of the course is to understand the principles... [More]

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Between the Testaments - The Jewish Apocrypha

Parts of the so-called ‘Apocrypha’, or ‘doubtful’ books, included in many Christian Bibles, are a great read fir history, prophecy, poetry and philosophy. These Jewish writings were created between 200 BCE and 100 CE but not accepted as Scripture when the canon of the Hebrew Bible was determined – perhaps as late as the second century CE. They... [More]

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Exploring the Consistency of Human Nature in History

Though each generation often has the pervading belief that they are new, different and existing in unprecedented times, history illustrates otherwise by showing that the nature of humanity, in essence, remains unchanged. Explore what these unchanging human elements are by comparing and contrasting current modern society to chosen historical eras,... [More]

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