Updates from the Conference Circuit

It’s that time of year: summer conferences! Since May, I’ve presented at four conferences. The first two focused on law and religion, the second two on virtue in business and in general. I am now preparing for three more conferences, which will round out not just the summer but the 2021/22 academic year as well.

I’m grateful to all the conference organisers and to the Faculty of Theology and Religion at the University of Oxford, the Oxford Character Project, the Institute for Humane Studies, and the Fondazione per le scienze religiose for their support.

Their investments, I hope, have been worthwhile: keep an eye out for several publications originating from these presentations, including (perhaps surprisingly) an invited chapter for an edited collection on technology and theological ethics.

Below I’ve provided titles for my conference papers. I’m happy to share drafts, notes, etc upon request.

University of Helsinki, Conference Dinner
Myself, Alberto G., and David B.

University of Helsinki (20 May)
‘An Augustinian reflection on Finland’s Freedom of Religion Act 2003: religious communities and a “dialogue on theology of law”‘

The Oxford Centre for Life Writing (31 May)
‘Religious deviance and psychological medicine in the Second Great Awakening: the asylum narratives of Elizabeth T. Stone (b. 1811)’, with Mark W. Lee

The Common Good Project (7 June)
‘The social character of business: an ethics model of the firm’

European Academy of Religion (20 June)
‘Reflections on intellectual virtue and scripture in Pieter Vos’s Longing for the Good Life: Virtue Ethics after Protestantism

Society for Business Ethics (4 August)
‘Beyond MacIntyre: an ethics model of the firm’

Society for the Study of Christian Ethics (8 September)
‘Should we admire the shrewd steward (Luke 16:1-8)? Christian ethics and exemplarist moral theory’

Faculty of Theology and Religion
University of Oxford
Oxford, OX2 6GG, United Kingdom

© Edward A. David 2020-2023

Published by Edward A. David

Responsible business. Law and religion. Ethics in public life.

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