Publications

PPPR is pleased to announce the publication of "Liturgical Philosophy of Religion: An Untimely Manifesto on Sincerity, Acceptance, and Hope," by Andrew Chignell, in Boston Studies in Philosophy, Religion and Public Life. 

PPPR is pleased to announce the publication of "Philosophical Think Tanks," by Alexander Englert, in Teaching Philosophy.

PPPR is pleased to announce the publication of "Of Clairvoyants and Mousvoyants:

Kierkegaard’s Polemic against Speculative Philosophy in the “Telegraph Messages”" by Elizabeth Li, in Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook

PPPR is pleased to announce the publication of "The Virtue of Justice and the Justice of Institutions," by Ryan Darr, in The Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics.

PPPR is pleased to announce the publication of "The World on Fire," by Katie Javanaud, in Religions.

PPPR is pleased to announce the publication of "Covenants and Commands," by Toni Alimi in the Journal of Religious Ethics

PPPR is pleased to announce the publication of "For the Sake of the Final End," by Ryan Darr in the Journal of Religious Ethics

PPPR is pleased to announce the publication of "In Defence of No Best World," by Daniel Rubio in the Australasian Journal of Philosophy

Personnel

Farewell to Sara Aronowitz and Reza Hadisi. Thank you for all you contributed to PPPR and good luck in your new positions at Arizona!

PPPR is pleased to welcome Alexander Englert and Elizabeth Li as our newest Postdoctoral Research Associates in Fall 2020

PPPR is pleased to welcome Lara Buchak as Associate Director in Fall 2020. Prof. Buchak is appointed in the Department of Philosophy.

News

Upcoming Event: ​PPPR Panel

The PPPR is pleased to announce that the virtual panel "Religion in the Modern University" with panelists Nicholas Wolterstorff, Eddie S. Glaude, Zena Hitz and Jeffrey L. Stout and chaired by Andrew Chignell will be taking place on March 24th 4pm-6pm. 

The event is free and open to the public.

For more information about the panel and to register click here.

Third Joint Colloquium

11 December 2020

At the PPPR and RCPR's third joint colloquium John Pittard presented on "Deceptive Worlds, Skepticism, and Axiarchism". We had a great discussion, although we couldn't meet in person. 

Second Joint Colloquium

17 November 2020

PPPR and RCPR met in our second joint colloquium to hear from Christina van Dyke on reason in medieval mysticism. We had a great discussion, even though we couldn't meet in person. 

Global speakers join PPPR for Zoom Conference

The Princeton Project in Philosophy and Religion held the first part of its inaugural conference on October 30-31 via Zoom. The rest of the inaugural conference has been postponed to Fall 2021, when we hope to meet in person. We were pleased to host wonderful papers by the following speakers.

Speakers:

Caleb Cohoe, Metropolitan State University of Denver

Margaret Kamitsuka, Oberlin College

Sam Lebens, University of Haifa

Finlay Malcolm, University of Hertfordshire

Andrew Moon, Virginia Commonwealth University

Rory Phillips, University College London

Hope Sample, Grand Valley State University

Eric Steinhart, William Patterson University

First Joint Colloquium

25 September 2020

PPPR and RCPR met in our first joint colloquium to hear from Tim Pawl on divine simplicity. We had a great discussion, even though we couldn't meet in person. 

Beating the Route 1 Blues

5 December 2019

PPPR welcomed Dean Zimmerman and other members of RCPR to the Tower Room for a discussion of the chapter on Panentheism, Occasionalism, and Omnisubjectivity in Bob Adams' manuscript yesterday - an auspicious beginning!

Mark Johnston interviewed by the Oxford Review of Books

1 December 2019

From Lindrum's to Princeton, and Surfaces to the Hereafter: A Written Interview with Mark Johnston

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