Academic, Student etc.
Throughout my academic career, I’ve seen time and again that deep understanding of any one issue is not found through one approach but through many; whether that be different religions, different philosophical traditions, or different disciplines. This is particularly true when dealing with the questions that really grip us – never-ending problems with no clear answer, or maybe no one answer at all.This has led me to write on philosophy, theology, spirituality, and psychology.
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- Religion, Integration and Success: summary of research into ‘What Works’ – successful people ethnic and religious minority communities in Britain (coming soon)
- Reflections on a story from Jesus in Matthew 25:14-30: God as a High-Risk Fund Manager
- Lecture on al-Sahifah al-Sajjadiyah
Philosophy and Philosophy of Religion
- I was honoured to be the first female Gresham Professor of Divinity. See the full course of lectures in transcript, audio or video.
- Johann Georg Hamann is an abiding love, so he has his own page. (coming soon)
- Conclusion from a talk on Ayatollah Murtaza Mutahhari given in Qom, Iran:
- Dangerously Difficult People series – to help you diagnose and deal with the dangerously difficult people in your life.
- Struggling for Meaning – the uses and abuses of words, as psychology meets with philosophy of language from the Human Givens Journal, Volume 13, No 2 (2006)
- Other articles from the Human Givens Journal:
- William James, The Varieties of Religious Experience, discussed with Melvyn Bragg and guests on In Our Time, BBC Radio 4