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  • Free Thinking

    Free Thinking

    “Free Thinking,” BBC Radio 3 Discussion on free thinking

     
  • Interview

    Interview

    “Interview,” BBC Radio Scotland Newsdrive Interview

     
  • Interview

    Interview

    “Interview,” BBC One Sunday Politics Scotland (TV) Interview

     
  • Values and beliefs

    Values and beliefs

    “Values and beliefs,” BBC Radio Scotland Sunday Morning Discussion on values and beliefs

     
  • The ethics of immigration

    The ethics of immigration

    “The ethics of immigration,” BBC Radio Scotland Sunday Morning Discussion of the ethics of immigration

     
  • Scotlands Future: Values

    Scotlands Future: Values

    “Scotlands Future: Values,” BBC Radio Scotland Sunday Morning Two hours of music and conversation from a faith and ethical perspective.

     
  • Art and morality

    Art and morality

    “Art and morality,” BBC Radio Scotland Sunday Morning Discussion of art and morality

     
  • The Philosophy of Solitude

    The Philosophy of Solitude

    “The Philosophy of Solitude,” BBC Radio 4 In Our Time Melvyn Bragg and his guests discuss the philosophy of solitude, from religious hermits to those exiled from their homeland.

     
  • Two Perspectives two worlds

    Two Perspectives two worlds

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

     
  • After MacIntyre

    After MacIntyre

    “After MacIntyre,” The Tablet. The character and achievements of the enigmatic Scottish philosopher

     
  • Why Scotland and Ireland Went Different Ways

    Why Scotland and Ireland Went Different Ways

    Why Scotland and Ireland Went Different Ways FIRST THINGS: September 2014

     
  • Scottish referendum: how religion could help heal the nation’s rifts

    Scottish referendum: how religion could help heal the nation’s rifts

    “Scottish referendum: how religion could help heal the nation's rifts,” Daily Telegraph. A church service held tomorrow with the opposing leaders in the independence campaign reveals how religion could be key to healing Scottish divisions

     
  • 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 […]

     
  • Scottish Philosophy

    Scottish Philosophy

    Scottish Philosophy issue of The Monist 90 (2) 2007. New essays by James van Cleve, James Feiser, John Glassford, Gordon Graham, Jenny Keefe, Ryan Nichols, Daniel Robinson, Paul Russell, Margaret Schabas, Dabney Townsend, and Mark […]

     
  • The Philosophy of Thomas Reid

    The Philosophy of Thomas Reid

    The Philosophy of Thomas Reid (Co-edited with Stephen Read) Thomas Reid was one of the greatest philosophers of the eighteenth century and a contemporary of Kant’s. This volume is part of a new wave of […]

     
  • Modern Painters in Scotland

    Modern Painters in Scotland

    Modern Painters in Scotland special issue of Modern Painters, 1999. New essays on aspects of visual art and architecture in Scotland. Contributors: Mark Baines, Neil Cameron, Douglas Dunn, Alec Finlay, Clare Henry, Magnus Linklater, John […]