Reformational Philosophy

Program Reformational Philosophy Conference 2021

The Call for Papers has been published.

 

Please note that the program below is tentative. All times are in UTC. 

 

Programme (tentative!)

 

Day One (08 December 2021,Wednesday)

Auckland (UTC +13), Melbourne (UTC +10), Manilla (UTC +7), Amsterdam (UTC +1), Brasilia (UTC –3), New York (UTC -5), Mexico City (UTC -6)

Time (UTC) Sessions
12.00 12.30 UTC

 

Opening Session
12:30 13.30 UTC Panel 1: Artificial Intelligence and its Applications

Panel 2: International Relations as Normative Practices

13:30 – 13.45 UTC Break
13:45 – 14:15 UTC Keynote lecture:  Current Challenges in Reformational Thought: A Historical Perspective

Professor Craig Bartholomew

14:15 – 14:45 UTC Response/Open Forum
14:45 – 15:30 UTC Plenary closing session

Representatives of AoRL network discuss developments in the network 

Representatives of groups in Australia, New-Zealand, Philippines, Indonesia, inform about local challenges, initiatives, and developments.

END OF FIRST DAY SESSION

 

Day Two (09 December 2021, Thursday)
Time Sessions
12.00 12.30 UTC

 

Keynote Address: Philosophy in the Reformed tradition: where are we and what do we need?

Professor René van Woudenberg

12:30 13.00 UTC Response / Open Forum
13:00 – 13:15 UTC Break (prepare for break-outrooms)
13:15 – 14:15  UTC Interest Groups (Part I)

Participants will split up in Breakout Rooms for discussion about themes one is interested in. Each stream has one assigned chair who will steer the discussion. One purpose is to establish personal connections among conference participants and look for opportunities to work together on projects or papers, promote or discuss recent publications by reformational scholars.

14:15 – 15.00 UTC Panel 3: Discussion panel on current Teaching Reformational Philosophy for the Next Generation

Panel 4: The Encyclopedia of the Science of Law: Legal Philosophy in the Reformational Tradition

Panel 5: Bridging Theology – Reformational Philosophy Gap

15:00 – 15:30 UTC Plenary closing session:

Representatives of groups in Brasil, Mexico, Netherlands, UK, Canada and/or USA inform about local challenges, initiatives and developments.

END OF SECOND DAY SESSION

 

Day Three (10 December 2021, Friday)
Time Sessions
12.00 12.30 hr UTC

 

Keynote Address: How to be a Christian scholar? 

Dolores G. Morris

12:30 13.00 UTC Response / Open Forum
13:00-13:15 UTC Break
13:15 – 14:15  UTC Paper Presentations

Mentoring sessions

Regional Meetings

14:15 – 15.00 UTC Panel 6: Vocation: work and faith

Panel 7: Sustainability

15:00 – 15:30 UTC Book presentations
END OF THIRD DAY SESSION

 

Day Four (11 December 2021, Saturday)
Time Sessions
12.00 13.00 hr UTC

 

Panel 8: What to do next? Graduate education in reformational philosophy. What are the opportunities? 
13:00 13.50 UTC Interest Groups (Part II)

Participants will again be split up in Breakout Rooms for discussion about themes one is interested in. Each stream has one assigned chair who will steer the discussion.  One purpose is to establish personal connections among conference participants and look for opportunities to work together on projects or papers, promote or discuss recent publications by reformational scholars.

Proposed themes: social ethics, politics, political economics, sustainability, law, medicine and anthropology, international relations, systematic philosophy, normative practices, technology, education, art and aesthetics, natural sciences, global christianity, women in the reformational tradition, sociology.

13:50 – 14:00 UTC Break
14:00 – 15:30 UTC Participants choose between:

1. All of Life Redeemed Junior Scholars Workshop

or

2. Research Papers Presentations

15:30 – 15:45 UTC Break
15:45 – 16:30 UTC Panel 9: Writing on reformational themes within the different special sciences

Panel 10: Presentation of Digital initiatives for reformational philosophy  

Panel 11: Natural Sciences and philosophy in the reformed tradition

16:30 – 16:45 UTC
16:45 – 17:15 UTC Closing Panel – The Future of Reformational Thinking in the Digital Age
17:15 – 17:30 UTC  Closing Ceremonies
END OF CONFERENCE PROGRAMME