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Human Nature

Since classical antiquity the idea of human nature has played a central role in our understanding of ourselves and of our place in the world, providing the source of norms of conduct, as well as presenting a categorical framework for living a good, and fulfilled life. At the same time … Continue reading

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Summer Conference: Human Nature

On the 25th-26th of September 2015 the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion, in collaboration with the Humane Philosophy Project, the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw and the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion will hold a three day conference on the theme ‘Human Nature’. This event will take … Continue reading

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Colloquium: Persons and Community

The Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion’s joint conference with the Humane Philosophy Project took place last weekend in Blackfriars Hall. Speakers included Michael Inwood, Dechen Rochard and Ferenc Hörcher. Videos from the event will be online shortly.   Related posts: No related posts.

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Persons & community colloquium – 28th of February, 2015

On the 28th of February, 2015 the Humane Philosophy Project will hold a collaborative colloquium with the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion, Oxford on the topic ‘Persons and Community’. This event will take place at Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford.       Time: Saturday 28th February, 2015, 13:15-19:20 Place: … Continue reading

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Krause’s Panentheism and its Ethical Implications (Audio)

Benedikt Goecke came to Oxford last week to talk to us about Karl Christian Friedrich Krause’s Panentheism and its ethical implications. Benedikt has since been appointed to a position as research fellow of the Ian Ramsay Centre in the University of Oxford and is now  a member of the faculty … Continue reading

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Trustees Meeting (Photos)

The inaugural trustees’ meeting of the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion took place on 21st January in residence room 1 of the Lord Speaker’s Department at the House of Lords. The meeting focused on the events scheduled for the year ahead. Photos of the event were taken by the award-winning … Continue reading

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Trustees Meeting at the House of Lords on 21st January

The trustees of the Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion will hold their first meeting on Wednesday 21st January. The meeting will take place at 11am in residence room 1, at the kind invitation of the Earl of Sandwich, one of our advisors.     Related posts: No related posts.

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Dalai Lama To Appear At Glastonbury 2015

His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama is to appear at Glastonbury 2015 Festival on 28th of June 2015, according to his personal website as of 4th January. Although the information has now been officially withdrawn from his website, we believe that he is scheduled in for the Sunday … Continue reading

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A Christmas Message From The Dalai Lama Centre For Compassion

In the run up to this Christmas, with the shopping mania intensifying, there seemed to be a greater emphasis than ever on the materialistic (since when was Black Friday a UK thing?), while at the same time many of my friends and family have never felt more lacklustre at the … Continue reading

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Seminar: Krause’s Panentheism and its Ethical Implications

Seminar: ‘Krause’s Panentheism and its Ethical Implications’.  16th January 2015, 3-5pm The Aquinas Seminar Room, 17 Beaumont Street, Oxford. Dr. Dr. Benedikt Göcke will be running a seminar on 16th January entitled ‘Krause’s Panentheism and its Ethical Implications’. Benedikt Göcke is a former Junior Research Fellow of Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford. … Continue reading

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