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    Lessons from the Life of a Scholar: C. S. Lewis and His Legacy

    7:00 pmDr Jacqueline Glenny | The Round Church, Cambridge

    Best known for his seven-book series, the Chronicles of Narnia, C. S. Lewis was a scholar and writer of exceptional ability. Today, however, the scale and variety of his contributions to literature and thought are often obscured. Dr Jacqueline Glenny will introduce us afresh to a man and a mind of enduring influence who had a deep connection to Cambridge.

     

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The Plausibility Project

Project Abstract

How do things occupy or leave ‘the realm of possibility’? How is it that some ideas and beliefs are plausible and others are not? An idea or belief’s plausibility is tightly bound to the unique philosophical foundations of the cultural moment in question; to what sociologist Peter Berger refers to as ‘plausibility structures’. This project seeks to explore what plausibility is, how plausibility operates, and how past and present cultures, with their unique ‘plausibility structures’, have received and responded to the Christian worldview in such different ways.

Email the Research Coordinator, Jack Harding:
jack.harding@christianheritage.org.uk

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