Munich Lecture in Philosophy of Religion

The annual Munich Lecture in Philosophy of Religion was established in 2020. It provides a platform for scholars in philosophy of religion to present their ideas, with a slight preference for non-classical topics. The lectures are published subsequently as symposia in the Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie.

Hauptgebäude und Geschwister-Scholl-Platz von oben

Previous Lectures

2023: Jessica Frazier - Against infinite nothingness

2022: Tim Crane - Is religious belief really a kind of belief?

2021: Yujin Nagasawa - Evil and the problem of impermanence in medieval Japanese philosophy

2020: Robin Le Poidevin - Fiction and the Agnostic