Investigating the nature of probability and the role it plays in philosophical debates.
Framed by the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, our theology and philosophy researchers build interdisciplinary partnerships and collaborations that promote research excellence while exploring the nature of religion, faith, politics, humanity, society, culture and thought.
In the latest ERA assessment, ACU ranked first in Australia for the research field of religion and religious studies. (Four-digit FoRs, Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) 2018).
Take a look at the vital projects and programs underway at the Dianoia Institute of Philosophy, the Institute for Religion and Critical Inquiry, and the Institute for Religion Politics and Society and meet our researchers and collaborators.
ACU will host a node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, facilitating major national and international partnerships.
Our Rome campus regularly hosts the Rome Seminars, inviting visiting scholars from US, UK, Europe and NZ who have participated in ACU research projects to share their knowledge.
Across our institutes and faculty, our theology and philosophy researchers uphold the ACU mission of commitment to the pursuit of knowledge, the dignity of the human person and the common good.
Our theology and philosophy researchers are spread across our institutes and throughout the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy.
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