[Cite as http://purl.org/au-research/grants/arc/DP0984296]
Prof Paul Redding
Paolo Diego BUBBIO
Brief description The God of Hegel's Post-Kantian Idealism. Recently both philosophical and popular debates over the role of religion in modern society have, like earlier debates from the 18th century, been marked by a commitment to philosophical realism. In the largely neglected "idealist" tradition of the nineteenth century, such disputes were cast in a different light. By developing an idealist conception of God, using contemporary philosophical resources, this project aims to offer a way of thinking about the role of religion in human life that avoids the primacy of the question of belief in God as well as antagonistic conceptions of religious differences.
Funding Amount $442,972
Funding Scheme Discovery Projects
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