Philosophy in Interfaith Contexts

**Please note that the Reading Group will not meet on the date provided here, 23 November— it is merely a placeholder. While there is at the moment no fixed date for the start of these meetings, the Reading Group is open to anyone, and we invite you to register your initial interest here. Please see a short description of the Group below.

We are pleased to announce the launch of an international Reading Group on Philosophy in Interfaith Contexts which will explore this large subject from insider and outsider perspectives, in both reading and debate format.

This Philosophy Group suggests that ontology and metaphysics both represent a safe foundation for any interfaith conversation and provide the basis for worldviews – secular or religious – to either meet or split. One of the aims of the Group is to focus on interfaith aspects of philosophical topics by means of a selection of readings.

We will meet once a month via Zoom, for 1 hour, to discuss a specific theme related to Philosophy of Religion. An invited speaker will introduce and read a short text which will have been circulated previously to those registered for the respective session. The presentation will be followed by an open discussion.