God and the Good: John Gray Lecture and Interviews

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Did you miss February’s ‘God and the Good’ lecture with John Gray?

Our lecture series with the University of Sheffield takes a closer look at the relation between religious thinking and traditions on the one hand, and ethics on the other. 

In February we hosted John Gray, Emeritus Professor at London School of Economics. His lecture - ‘Religion, atheism and the varieties on the good life’ - argued that atheism throughout history has promoted several and often conflicting values and ways of life, and asked which morality atheists should follow.

Watch John Gray’s lecture in its entirety below, followed by two shorter interviews with Henk de Berg from the University of Sheffield.

John Gray delivers Prokhorov / God and the Good Lecture on "Religion, Atheism, and the Varieties of the Good Life", introduced by Henk de Berg (The University of Sheffield). 19 February 2019.
John Gray in conversation with Henk de Berg from The University of Sheffield on Does God Exist and "Seven Types of Atheism" (part 1 of 2). 19 February 2019.
John Gray in conversation with Henk de Berg from The University of Sheffield on authoritarianism and populism (part 2 of 2). 19 February 2019.