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  • Lincoln University Undergraduates on Forgiveness

    Lincoln University Undergraduates on Forgiveness

    This post was contributed by Finlay Munden and Harvey Baxter, first year undergraduate students in philosophy at the University of Lincoln. John Lippitt’s talk, ‘Why Forgive’ was the 2018 University of Lincoln Annual Philosophy Lecture. This event was sponsored by the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion, Oxford. Summary of Lippitt’s … Continue reading →
  • ‘Can You Feel Guilt about the Future?’ 17 January, Oxford

    ‘Can You Feel Guilt about the Future?’ 17 January, Oxford

    On Thursday 17 January the DLCC’s partner, the Humane Philosophy Project, in collaboration with the University of Oxford’s Ian Ramsey Centre will host a guest talk by Heidy Meriste (University of Tartu) on the topic ‘Can You Feel Guilt about the Future?’ Time: 5pm-6:15pm followed by drinks reception Venue: Theology … Continue reading →
  • ‘Why Forgive?’ 4 December, Lincoln

    ‘Why Forgive?’ 4 December, Lincoln

    The DLCC is delighted to be a sponsor of the 2018 Annual Philosophy Lecture at the University of Lincoln, which will be delivered by Professor John Lippet on the topic ‘Why Forgive?’ The event will take place at 5:30pm on Tuesday 4 December in room 20 of the Nicola De … Continue reading →
  • Compassion Matters project update

    Compassion Matters project update

    We are delighted to announce that the DLCC’s Compassion Matters educational outreach pilot has progressed with the project now rolled out to schools across the UK. Compassion Matters works with schools across the UK in supporting young people to develop intellectual and practical intellectual and socio-emotional skills by exploring ethical … Continue reading →
  • Alex Norman Speaks at the Oxford Human Rights Festival

    Alex Norman Speaks at the Oxford Human Rights Festival

    Director of the DLCC, Alex Norman, recently delivered a talk at the Oxford Human Rights Festival, 2018, organised by Oxford Brookes University. Video footage of this talk, which reflected on compassion, and on Alex’s work with the Dalai Lama, can be viewed here: In addition to directing the DLCC Alex … Continue reading →
  • Compassion, Institutions and the Law

    Compassion, Institutions and the Law

    Reflections on the Law and Compassion Colloquium on Monday the 11th of June 2018 On Monday the 11th of June, Politics and Poetics organized a colloquium on the topic of Compassion and Law with sponsorship from the DLCC and other organisations. The colloquium started with a joint lecture from Jonathan … Continue reading →

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