“In their (very) different ways Kierkegaard and Heidegger have returned philosophy to what it was in the ancient world: not a merely academic specialism but a lifelong commitment to searching out the best way to live and why we might want to live like that”, Prof. George Pattison. From ‘Into the Future’, his interview with Philip Tonner. See The Interview Pages on philiptonner.com
I’m delighted to announce the launch of my Interview Pages. My first interview, with Professor George Pattison, 1640 Chair of Divinity at the University of Glasgow, has just gone live. Check out The Interview Pages at philiptonner.com
Interested in John Duns Scotus? If so, come to the John Duns Scotus Festival in Duns, celebrating 750 years since his birth. Events in September, October and November 2016.
Philosophy meets documentary.
I’ve now made it onto Facebook, Pinterest and Google+. Add that to LinkedIn and Twitter and I’m nearly there!
Slowly, but surely, I am catching up! I was welcomed to the 20th Century today after joining Twitter last night. I was also ‘welcomed to the New Age’ moments after arriving at my new Twitter Homepage. I had no idea how anyone knew I was there. I have a lot to learn…
It always feels like the end of an era when you graduate. I enjoyed this one even though I had very nearly completely lost my voice. Luckily I didn’t have to say much, Do fidem.
Sporting my BCA hoodie, I really am teaching a gym full of students (honest!). They’re just out of shot…