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What matters?

by Tim Middleton

15/02/2019 14:45

Communications Officer, Dr Tim Middleton, reflects on the New Materialisms and the work of the William Temple Foundation. What is it that really matters? Since joining the William Temple Foundation last July, I have been struck by the diversity of its various projects and research: from social enterprise in the north-east to upheavals in our […]

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John Reader reviews this recent book by political economist Will Davies and wonders whether we would benefit from a New Enlightenment. When I encountered an early review of this book it was not the title which grabbed my attention but rather the subtitle: “how feeling took over the world”. Given recent concerns over the apparent […]

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Hugh Montefiore and our present moment

by Richard Douglas

25/01/2019 08:46

Richard Douglas, a PhD student at Goldsmiths, University of London, reflects on the living relevance of Hugh Montefiore’s environmental thought. In 1969 the Vicar of Great St Mary’s, Cambridge, travelled to Belfast to deliver the Church of Ireland’s Annual Theological Lectures. He began in prophetic mode: ‘It seems to me probable that the future of […]

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