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  • The Role of the Public Intellectual

    The Role of the Public Intellectual

    “The Role of the Public Intellectual,” Conference on Identity in the Public Arena, Excelsia College. Keynote Lecture

     
  • Character and the Common Good

    Character and the Common Good

    “Character and the Common Good,” CBD Sydney Public Lecture.

     
  • Challenges of Character Formation in the 21st Century

    Challenges of Character Formation in the 21st Century

    “Challenges of Character Formation in the 21st Century,” St Andrews College, University of Sydney Ethos Lectures

     
  • Does Character Education rest on a Mistake?

    Does Character Education rest on a Mistake?

    “Does Character Education rest on a Mistake?,” Scots College Teaching Workshop on Character Education & Social Leadership

     
  • The Existence of God

    The Existence of God

    “The Existence of God,” Bellarmine Institute, St Aloysius College, Sydney Talk to senior school members.

     
  • Being a Christian Philosopher in Secular Academia

    Being a Christian Philosopher in Secular Academia

    “Being a Christian Philosopher in Secular Academia,” Alphacrucis College, Parramatta Presentation and Round Table

     
  • Debating Public Issues

    Debating Public Issues

    “Debating Public Issues,” Evangelical History Association 30th Anniversary Conference Keynote Lecture.

     
  • Making Sense

    Making Sense

    “Making Sense,” City Forum, CBD, Sydney Presentation.

     
  • Questions of Gender in Schools

    Questions of Gender in Schools

    “Questions of Gender in Schools,” Scots College, Sydney Presentation.

     
  • Gender Identity

    Gender Identity

    “Gender Identity,” Christ College, Sydney Presentation and Seminar

     
  • Seeking Meaning

    Seeking Meaning

    “Seeking Meaning,” Bridge Street Fellowship, CBD, Sydney Seeking Meaning

     
  • The End of School?

    The End of School?

    “The End of School?,” Scots College, Sydney How reinventing education starts with the end in mind

     
  • Character and Moral Evaluation

    Character and Moral Evaluation

    “Character and Moral Evaluation,” Institute for Ethics & Society, University of Notre Dame Australia Public lecture. Can we measure virtue?

     
  • Good Disagreement

    Good Disagreement

    “Good Disagreement,” Institute for Ethics & Society, University of Notre Dame Australia How can we improve our culture’s response to political and moral disagreement?

     
  • Athens and Jerusalem: Faith and Reason, Opponents or Allies?

    Athens and Jerusalem: Faith and Reason, Opponents or Allies?

    “Athens and Jerusalem: Faith and Reason, Opponents or Allies?,” Scholarship at the Cathedral, St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney Public Lecture

     
  • Understanding Disagreement

    Understanding Disagreement

    “Understanding Disagreement,” English Speaking Union, Shreveport. Louisiana Understanding Disagreement

     
  • Understanding and Dealing with Societal Conflict

    Understanding and Dealing with Societal Conflict

    “Understanding and Dealing with Societal Conflict,” Agora Institute Eastern University Public Lecture

     
  • The Achievements of Sir Roger Scruton: Scruton and Religion

    The Achievements of Sir Roger Scruton: Scruton and Religion

    “The Achievements of Sir Roger Scruton: Scruton and Religion,” Princeton University, NJ. US. James Madison Program Public Symposium

     
  • Reasonable Disagreement and Civic Friendship

    Reasonable Disagreement and Civic Friendship

    “Reasonable Disagreement and Civic Friendship,” American Public Philosophy Institute Public lecture. The American Public Philosophy Institute is an independent 501(c)(3) public charity located at the University of Dallas, is an interdisciplinary group of scholars from […]

     
  • Education and the Challenge of Cultural Diversity.

    Education and the Challenge of Cultural Diversity.

    “Education and the Challenge of Cultural Diversity.,” UNDA Fremantle World renowned Catholic philosopher John Haldane addresses the audience during his public lecture, titled Education, Values and the Challenge of Cultural Diversity, at the University of […]

     
  • Sex and Society: The Challenge of Barbarianism.

    Sex and Society: The Challenge of Barbarianism.

    “Sex and Society: The Challenge of Barbarianism.,” Institute for Ethics and Society, UNDA Public Lecture

     
  • The Threat of Barbarianism

    The Threat of Barbarianism

    “The Threat of Barbarianism,” Charles Darwin University This lecture will explore the idea of barbarianism in an extended sense as referring to those whom one finds so morally and culturally alien that what they say […]

     
  • Sex and Society

    Sex and Society

    “Sex and Society,” Institute for Ethics and Society, UNDA Public Lecture

     
  • Philosophical Foundations of Family

    Philosophical Foundations of Family

    “Philosophical Foundations of Family,” Family Education Trust. Family Education Trust, London, 13 June 2015

     
  • Analytic and Thomistic Metaphysics: Challenges and Opportunities

    Analytic and Thomistic Metaphysics: Challenges and Opportunities

    “Analytic and Thomistic Metaphysics: Challenges and Opportunities.,” American Maritain Association, U. of San Francisco, CA, US. Plenary address.

     
  • Making Meaning Visible 

    Making Meaning Visible 

    “Making Meaning Visible ,” McGill University, Canada. 2015 Marguerite Bourgeoys . The 2015 Marguerite Bourgeoys Lecture on Education, “Making Meaning Visible: Catholic Education, the Human Person, and Contemporary Culture,” will be given by John Haldane who will […]

     
  • Taking History Seriously

    Taking History Seriously

    “Taking History Seriously,” U. of Durham, UK. Annual Alan Milne Memorial Address. Public address.

     
  • Debates between Science, Religion and Philosophy

    Debates between Science, Religion and Philosophy

    “Debates between Science, Religion and Philosophy,” UCD School of Philosophy and International Centre for Newman Studies. Public talk.

     
  • Two Perspectives two worlds

    Two Perspectives two worlds

    “Two Perspectives two worlds,” Scientists in Congregations: Knowing Creation. Public lecture.

     
  • The Pillars and Foundations of Western Civilisation

    The Pillars and Foundations of Western Civilisation

    “The Pillars and Foundations of Western Civilisation,” Benedictus Forum, British Institute Florence, Italy. Keynote Lecture for the Benedictus Academic Research Forum 2014. “The Pillars and Foundations of Western Civilisation”

     
  • Virtue, Medicine, and Modern Moral Philosophy

    Virtue, Medicine, and Modern Moral Philosophy

    “Virtue, Medicine, and Modern Moral Philosophy,” Center for Ethics and Culture, U. of Notre Dame IN, US. The Center was proud to host this three-day conference In honor of the work of David Solomon, associate […]

     
  • Have Universities Lost their Way?

    Have Universities Lost their Way?

    “Have Universities Lost their Way?,” Boston University, MA, US. Center for the Humanities. Public event

     
  • Have Universities Lost their Way?

    Have Universities Lost their Way?

    “Have Universities Lost their Way?,” U. of New South Wales, Warrane College Annual Public Lecture

     
  • Philosophy, Ethics and Society

    Philosophy, Ethics and Society

    “Philosophy, Ethics and Society,” Boston College, MA, US. FitzGibbons. Public Lecture

     
  • The Ethics of Pregnancy: Towards an Integrated Approach

    The Ethics of Pregnancy: Towards an Integrated Approach

    “The Ethics of Pregnancy: Towards an Integrated Approach,” Boston College, MA, US. LaBrecque. Public Lecture in Medical Ethics

     
  • Profession, Vocation, and Healthcare Ethics: Principles, Values, and Ideals

    Profession, Vocation, and Healthcare Ethics: Principles, Values, and Ideals

    “Profession, Vocation, and Healthcare Ethics: Principles, Values, and Ideals,” U. of Notre Dame, IN, US. Clarke Family. Public Lecture

     
  • Cardinal Wright Award Recipient Address

    Cardinal Wright Award Recipient Address

    “Cardinal Wright Award Recipient Address,” Fellowship of Catholic Scholars, Philadelphia, PA, US.. Cardinal Wright Award Recipient Address

     
  • Acting Well: The Philosophy and Psychology of Virtue

    Acting Well: The Philosophy and Psychology of Virtue

    “Acting Well: The Philosophy and Psychology of Virtue,” Collegium Institute, U. of Pennsylvania, US. Inaugural Anscombe. Public Lecture

     
  • Ethics and Human Nature

    Ethics and Human Nature

    “Ethics and Human Nature,” La Salle University, PA, US. Kerlin Memorial. Haldane spoke for over an hour about his specific area of philosophical studies: ethics and, in particular, the concept of “natural ethics.” Haldane identified […]

     
  • Pillars and Foundations of Western Society.

    Pillars and Foundations of Western Society.

    “Pillars and Foundations of Western Society.,” Ave Maria University, FL, US.. John Haldane (St. Andrews) will give a lecture next Wednesday, Feb 19, at 7pm, in Demetree Auditorium, on the topic, “Pillars and Foundations of […]

     
  • The cultural, philosophical and educational preconditions of a decent society.

    The cultural, philosophical and educational preconditions of a decent society.

    “The cultural, philosophical and educational preconditions of a decent society.,” Belmont Abbey College, NC, US. Cuthbert Allen Annual. Public Lecture

     
  • Ethics, Philosophy and Public Policy: Past Practice and Future Challenge

    Ethics, Philosophy and Public Policy: Past Practice and Future Challenge

    “Ethics, Philosophy and Public Policy: Past Practice and Future Challenge,” Marian University, OH, US.. Public Lecture

     
  • The Good Society

    The Good Society

    “The Good Society,” Kenyon College, OH, US. Larwill. Public Lecture

     
  • Can Virtue be Measured?

    Can Virtue be Measured?

    “Can Virtue be Measured?,” Jubilee Character & Virtues Conference, Oriel College, Oxford UK. The second annual conference of the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtues, University of Birmingham. How can we derive credible measures of […]

     
  • Aquinas and Realism

    Aquinas and Realism

    “Aquinas and Realism,” Lumen Christi Institute University of Chicago, IL, US.. Public Lecture

     
  • Aquinas and Realism

    Aquinas and Realism

    “Aquinas and Realism,” Thomistic Institute, New York University, US. Aquinas Symposium. On Saturday, November 9, 2013, the Thomistic Institute will host a day-long symposium entitled Thomas Aquinas & Philosophical Realism. The event begins at 11:00 […]

     
  • John Haldane speaking at Houses of Parliament, Westminster

    Aquinas and Realism

    Lumen Christi Institute “Aquinas and Realism” John Haldane (University of St. Andrews) October 30, 2013

     
  • Ethics, Philosophy, Social Life and Public Policy

    Ethics, Philosophy, Social Life and Public Policy

    “Ethics, Philosophy, Social Life and Public Policy,” Universidad Panamerica, Mexico City. Set of 3 Public Lectures

     
  • Moral Realism

    Moral Realism

    “Moral Realism,” Loyola University Baltimore. Public Lecture

     
  • Education Old and New

    Education Old and New

    “Education Old and New,” Denison University, OH, US. Goodspeed Lectures. The Goodspeed Lecture Series welcomes John Haldane, University of St. Andrews, presenting “Education: Old and New.” This presentation treats both classical and contemporary views of […]

     
  • Naturalism, Realism and Natural realism

    Naturalism, Realism and Natural realism

    “Naturalism, Realism and Natural realism,” Denison University, OH, US. Titus Hepp Lectures. The Titus-Hepp Lecture Series welcomes John Haldane, University of St. Andrews, presenting “Naturalism, Realism, and Natural Realism’. Haldane will discuss Realism, Naturalism and […]

     
  • Virtue, Happiness & the Meaning of Life

    Virtue, Happiness & the Meaning of Life

    “Virtue, Happiness & the Meaning of Life,” U. of South Carolina. Professor John Haldane’s lecture “Virtue, Happiness, and the Meaning of Life” at the University of South Carolina on December 14, 2015 explored how virtues […]

     
  • Virtue, Happiness and the Meaning of Life

    Virtue, Happiness and the Meaning of Life

    Professor John Haldane’s lecture “Virtue, Happiness, and the Meaning of Life” at the University of South Carolina on December 14, 2015 explored how virtues are the cornerstone of a happy life, including how the sciences […]

     
  • Learning from Tradition

    Learning from Tradition

    “Learning from Tradition,” Gettysburg College, PA, US. Mahan. Public Lecture

     
  • Future of Universities

    Future of Universities

    Speaker John Haldane of St. Andrew’s in Scotland talks about the future of the [establishment of a] university based regarding philosophy, education, and the Catholic tradition. Hosted by the College of Liberal Arts at Mount […]

     
  • Thomas Reid and the Art of Philosophy

    Thomas Reid and the Art of Philosophy

    Lecture on Thomas Reid delivered at the Royal Society of Edinburgh on the occasion of the tercentenary of his birth. Listen to Thomas Reid and the Art of Philosophy.

     
  • Time for Reflection

    Time for Reflection

    Excerpt from Official Report of the Scottish Parliament 4 February 2009 The Presiding Officer (Alex Fergusson): Good afternoon. The first item of business is time for reflection. Our time for reflection leader is Professor John […]

     
  • Newman Lecture UCD

    Newman Lecture UCD

    A century and a half after Newman’s famous Dublin addresses on the Idea of a University, and a century after the institution he founded was rechartered as University College Dublin, UCD established an annual lecture […]