Raymund Schwager–Lectures on Religion and Politics

The Raymund Schwager-Lectures on Religion and Politics are a lecture-series founded in 2004 in memory of the late Raymund Schwager SJ (1935-2004), prolific theologian, inspiring teacher and initiator of the research-platform World Order - Religion - Violence at the University of Innsbruck. The lecture-series wants to promote the discussion of and engagement with issues of religion and politics in our globalizing world. Established scholars of religion, philosophy and politics and representatives of the arts and literature are invited to give lectures and to discuss relevant topics in the field of religion and politics with the local audience and with members of the research-platform.
The aim of the Raymund Schwager-Lectures on Religion and Politics is to promote an international network of experts on issues of religion and politics and to make their ideas available to a wider public through regular publications.

Forthcoming lectures

5. November 2009, 19.30, Hörsaal 1, Katholisch-Theologische Fakultät, Karl-Rahner-Platz 3
Johann Maier: Religion und Politik nach der jüdischen Tradition

19. November 2009, 19.30, Hörsaal 1, Katholisch-Theologische Fakultät, Karl-Rahner-Platz 3
Peter Seele: Gibt es Geld ohne den Glauben an Geld? Über den wirtschaftsethischen Nexus von Glauben, Vertrauen und Neuem

 

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