Centre for the Philosophy and Phenomenology of Religion
The Centre for the Philosophy and Phenomenology of Religion promotes cutting-edge research into all aspects of Philosophy of Religion, including both analytic and continental approaches, though with particular emphasis on 20th century and contemporary German and French phenomenological thought and their historical precursors and interlocutors.
Questions in Philosophy of Religion are explored in a way that draws deeply on other branches of philosophy, as well as fostering broader interdisciplinary collaboration with theology, psychology, the natural sciences, and contemporary secular thought.
The Centre hosts seminars, conferences, and public lectures with the goal of engaging the academic and wider community on questions of religious belief and practice.
The Centre for the Philosophy and Phenomenology of Religion is situated within the School of Philosophy, at the Melbourne campus of Australian Catholic University.
For inquiries, contact:
Dr Nick Trakakis
Phone: (+61) 3 9953 3263