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Professor Cornel West, Gifford Lectures 2024: Lecture 6 – A Love Supreme (A Way Through)

Prof. Cornel West delivers the 2024 Gifford Lecture Series at the University of Edinburgh, titled ‘A Jazz-soaked Philosophy for our Catastrophic Times: From Socrates to Coltrane’.…

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Professor Cornel West, Gifford Lectures 2024: Lecture 4 - History Adagio

Prof. Cornel West delivers the 2024 Gifford Lecture Series at the University of Edinburgh, titled ‘A Jazz-soaked Philosophy for our Catastrophic Times: From Socrates to Coltrane’.…

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Professor Cornel West, Gifford Lectures 2024: Lecture 3 - Folly Presto

Prof. Cornel West delivers the 2024 Gifford Lecture Series at the University of Edinburgh, titled ‘A Jazz-soaked Philosophy for our Catastrophic Times: From Socrates to Coltrane’.…

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Professor Cornel West, Gifford Lectures 2024: Lecture 2 - Metaphilosophic Andante

Prof. Cornel West delivers the 2024 Gifford Lecture Series at the University of Edinburgh, titled ‘A Jazz-soaked Philosophy for our Catastrophic Times: From Socrates to Coltrane’.…

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Professor Cornel West, Gifford Lectures 2024: Lecture 1 - Philosophic Prelude

Prof. Cornel West delivers the 2024 Gifford Lecture Series at the University of Edinburgh, titled ‘A Jazz-soaked Philosophy for our Catastrophic Times: From Socrates to Coltrane’.…

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A Global History of Mathematics: An Urgent Human Concern - Discussion

A Global History of Mathematics: An Urgent Human Concern

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Reformation 175 - Closing Remarks - James Eglinton [Video]

Closing remarks by Dr. James Eglinton.

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Reformation 175 - Panel 2 - Reformed Theology in Church & Society [Video]

Discussion panel on Reformed theology in Church and society. Chair: Matthew Baines. Panellists: Dr. Sandy Forsyth, Dr. Nathan Hood and Robb Torseth.

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Being Buddhist at University

Welcome to the ‘Being at University’ podcast. I’m Harriet Harris, Chaplain to the University of Edinburgh, and in this first series, we explore what it is like being people of…

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Lecture 5: Women's Networks: Opportunities and Limitations

Most religious traditions and movements have majorities of women, but most are led by men and are based on deeply embedded patriarchal assumptions. That underlying reality is played out in multiple…

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Professor Farid Panjwani, 3 June 2021- What it might mean to decolonise religious education: The case of teaching and learning about Islam

Title: What it might mean to decolonise religious education: The case of teaching and learning about Islam About the Series: This is part of a 7-talk Virtual Speaker series on Decolonising the…

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Recorder

Annemarie Klein plays Prelude on a baroque recorder.

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IAB2016 Promo

The 13th World Congress of Bioethics will explore what bioethics can contribute to individuals, public interests, and public goods – and Edinburgh is the perfect place to do it. www.iab2016.org

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Almodóvar and Volver (3/3: Analysis of oppositions)

Week 9 lecture delivered remotely for Introduction to European Cinemas

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Almodóvar and Volver (2/3): Volver and Intertextuality

Week 9 lecture delivered remotely for Introduction to European Cinemas

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Almodóvar and Volver (1/3: Life and Work)

Week 9 lecture delivered remotely for Introduction to European Cinema

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