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Conferences and CFPs – Upcoming

William Pynchon
Beyond Habermas?  Critical Theory, Political Theology, and Interreligious Dialogue  Call for Papers “Habermas’ postsecular perspective of socio-political integration has had a marked influence on the debate surrounding the place of religion in present-day democracies. However, as democracies are beset by “hyperpluralism” (Ferrara), interfaith challenges and a new wave...
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Life As Art – Aesthetic Virtue and Moral Obligation

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Virtue ethics has received much attention throughout the last decades. While some of the corresponding works are dealing with questions of aesthetics, there appear to be only very few discussions that devote themselves to what could be called aesthetic virtue. And yet aesthetic virtue might inspire ethical debates...
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“Notations” – The European Refugee Crisis and More…

In addition to reviews and commentaries, the new JCRT feature “religious theory” (www.jcrt.org/religioustheory), updated regularly, will publish in an ongoing sequence short analysis or reflections that respond to certain burning issues or questions of the day, or at least those issues or questions where there are hot coals...
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"Religious Theory" is a special feature of the Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory (www.jcrt.org).