Keynote by Carmody Grey

Carmody Grey (GB)

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Sat Sep 10, 2022, 10:15 am - 11:00 am
All times are given in Central European Time (CET / UTC +1).
KEPLER'S GARDENS, Keplergebäude, Lecture Hall 1
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Ours is a time of both ecological and social crisis. We know we need to change. But how? We know we need to reinvent humanity. But what is the human? Who are we, and who should we be? In our highly secularised cultures, many people think that the time of faith communities is past. But faith communities have a knowledge of the human that we need more than ever in our age of crisis. And if we don’t know what a human being is, we cannot create a truly human future.

Carmody Grey (GB)

Carmody Grey (GB) is a philosopher, ethicist and theologian working at Durham University UK, she researches and teaches on science, economy and environment. She also lectures and consults across public, private and charity sectors.


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