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What reasons are there for preferring a non-/a-personal conception of God?
How much conceptual room is there for seeing God as personal, without yet being a person?
Which of the attributes traditionally predicated of God can be affirmed if God is understood as non-/a-personal
What implications are there (metaphysical, epistemic, moral, theological) for conceiving God as a person?
What affect does viewing God as a-personal have on religious practices?
Coming to grips with these and similar questions is crucial for properly engaging with any theistic belief system and alternative, more naturalistic oriented interpretations of reality. At the conference, internationally renowned philosophers and theologians will discuss these questions and give new and innovative answers.
The language of the conference is English.
Organized by: Simon Kittle and Georg Gasser