BIENNIAL CONFERENCE IN PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION AND CULTURE
« The Expressible and the Inexpressible »

7pm Friday 5th till 5pm Sunday 7th October 2012
Catholic Institute of Sydney, 99 Albert Rd, Strathfield NSW 2135

The theme is to be interpreted broadly and from the disciplines of philosophy, theology, social science, literature and the arts. Topics that might be investigated include: ways of knowing in science, ethics, aesthetics and religion; the unconscious and the subconscious; art and expression; the ineffable in Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism; mystery and mediation; the meaning of art; language and the emotions.

The Conference specifically aims to foster interaction between scholars in the universities and scholars in theological colleges. It also encourages young scholars.

The Conference begins with a Public Lecture 7.30pm Friday 5 October

Keynote Speaker: Timothy Chappell, The Open University UK
« Whereof We Cannot Speak »

Convenors: Stephen Buckle (ACU), William Emilsen (UTC/CSU), Peter Forrest (UNE),
John McDowell (Newcastle), Shane Mackinlay (CTC/MCD), Andrew Murray (CIS/SCD)

For further details, contact Andrew Murray at Catholic Institute of Sydney, 99 Albert Road, Strathfield, NSW 2135,
Australia. Ph: +612 9752 9514;
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