Many thanks to Ben Myers for pointing out that John Milbank’s 2011 Stanton Lectures, “Philosophy: A Theological Critique,” will be made available on the ABC Religion & Ethics site.
This should be a fascinating lecture series worth following. As, Milbank explains:
This series of lectures will not be concerned with either the philosophy of religion or philosophical theology. Instead, they will be about the relationship between philosophy and theology.
Here’s the outline (I’ll try to remember to update this as each lecture becomes available):
19 January: The Return of Metaphysics in the 21st century
26 January: Immanence and Life
2 February: Immanence and Number
9 February: Transcendence without Participation
16 February: Participated Transcendence Reconceived
23 February: The Habit of Reason
2 March: The Realism of Feeling
9 March: The Surprise of the Imagined
About Marc Cortez
Theology Prof and Dean at Western Seminary, husband, father, & blogger, who loves theology, church history, ministry, pop culture, books, and life in general.
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