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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

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Essay Competition Update

Submissions to the 2016 Dalai Lama Centre for Compassion essay competition have now been passed on to our expert judging panel. The large number of very high quality essays will be carefully assessed over the coming days, and the three prize winners can expect to be announced shortly. The best … Continue reading

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Town, Gown and Down-and-out: Compassionate Solutions To Oxford’s Housing Crisis

As well as the breath-taking honey-coloured stone, the famous dreaming spires and the tweed-clad Dons, the one thing that many visitors first notice is the number of homeless people on Oxford’s streets. Indeed, the homeless in Oxford are as numerous as they are visible. On any one night in Oxford, … Continue reading

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