Commending Thomas Aquinas to Thomas Nagel.
John Haldane is professor of philosophy at the University of St. Andrews and chairman of the Royal Institute of Philosophy.
John Haldane is professor of philosophy at the University of Saint Andrews.
John Haldane is professor of philosophy at the University of St. Andrews.
Why Stephen Hawking’s attempt to banish natural theology only shows why we need it.
John Haldane is professor of philosophy at the University of St. Andrews and author of Faithful Reason (2006), Practical Philosophy (2009), and Reasonable Faith (2010).
John Haldane is Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Andrews and director of the Centre for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs.
John Haldane is professor of philosophy and director of the Center for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. His recent publications include An Intelligent Person's Guide to Religion and Faithful Reason: Essays Ca
John Haldane Routledge, 224 pages, $39.95, paper In his 2004 book Faithful Reason, John Haldane noted “without qualification” that throughout his training in analytic philosophy he never felt any tension between faith and reason. He went on to add that “my
Putting the universal back in university.
John Haldane, David Braine, Peter Geach, Norman Kretzmann, Eleonore Stump, Benedict Ashley, Ralph McInerny, and others. Aware that his position was already in the 1850s controversial in the English-speaking university world outside Oxford and Cambridge, New
King’s letter, Derbyshire’s review, etc.
John Haldane frequently debates with people like the late Christopher Hitchens and New Atheists in general. The interviewer for 3:AM Magazine tells him he presents an attractive version of Thomism but that [recitation of cultural leftist cliches about “extreme
John Haldane, and others. John Perry University of Oxford Oxford, England Peter Wicks replies: When I suggested that utilitarianism is an ethical theory well suited to the technocratic spirit of our times, I was attempting to identify one of the sourc
On the Square
Mar 13, 2013 5:54pm
John Haldane is professor of philosophy at the University of St. Andrews and consultor to the Pontifical Council for Culture. This piece is reprinted from the Scotsman with permission. Become a fan of First Things on Facebook, subscribe to First Things via
Feb 26, 2013 12:01am
John Haldane is professor of philosophy at the University of St. Andrews and consultor to the Pontifical Council for Culture. This piece is reprinted from the February 26 Scotsman with permission. Become a fan of First Things on Facebook, subscribe to First T
Dec 31, 2010 12:01am
John Haldane is professor of philosophy at the University of St. Andrews and author of Faithful Reason (2006), Practical Philosophy (2009), and Reasonable Faith (2010). He was recently appointed chairman of the Royal Institute of Philosophy. His Philosophy Liv
Jul 24, 2013 12:05am
John Haldane, Brian Leftow, David Oderberg, Gyula Klima, Christopher Martin, and Eleonore Stump—some of whom have appeared on Kuhn’s Closer to Truth. Useful as The Mystery of Existence is, it should have contained more from this camp. Even the classical sel
Jul 18, 2012 12:01am
John Haldane, in an essay entitled “Thomistic Ethics in America,” published over a decade ago in the journal Logos, comes to a similar conclusion: “I think the effort to render [facts about human nature] vivid in phenomenological consciousness is best pursued
Dec 20, 2010 9:16am
John Haldane critiques Stephen Hawking in “Philosophy Lives,” the issue’s final essay, arguing that philosophy is far from being dead and is, in fact, reinvigorated by the (unwitting) philosophic claims made by prominent scientists. Haldane’s essay is also ava
Oct 16, 2008 12:00am
John Haldane reads the new volume from Patrick Lee and Robert P. George, Body–Self Dualism in Contemporary Ethics and Politics. In “The Odyssey of the Odyssey,” the critic Zbigniew Janowski reflects on Edith Hall’s book about the cultural history of Homer.
May 12, 2008 12:00am
John Haldane (St. Andrews). Moderating the discussion was Harold Shapiro, Princeton’s president emeritus and the chair of the National Bioethics Advisory Commission under President Clinton. On any measure, these are among the most prominent voices in contempor
Feb 27, 2006 12:00am
John Haldane, or catching up with David Novak. It was like, well, what we do with the magazine, and my wife pointed out that I could have had much the same experience simply by staying home and reading the back issues of FIRST THINGS. I think she said t
Nov 4, 2005 12:00am
John Haldane, professor of philosophy at St. Andrews in Scotland. The Gifford Lectures go back to a bequest of Adam Lord Gifford in 1887, and lecturers have included luminaries such as William James, Karl Barth, Michael Polanyi, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Alfred No
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