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1 Creative Commons 8. Faith and Pascal's Wager Eighth and final lecture in the Philosophy of Religion lecture series. TJ Mawson 02 May 2012
2 Creative Commons 7. Arguments against the Existence of God - The Problem of Evil Seventh lecture in the Philosophy of Religion lecture series. TJ Mawson 02 May 2012
3 Creative Commons 6. Arguments for the Existence of God - Religious Experience and Miracles Sixth lecture in the Philosophy of Religion lecture series. TJ Mawson 02 May 2012
4 Creative Commons 5. Arguments for the Existence of God -The Design Argument Fifth lecture in the Philosophy of Religion lecture series. TJ Mawson 02 May 2012
5 Creative Commons 4. Arguments for the Existence of God - The Ontological and Cosmological Arguments Fourth lecture in the Philosophy of Religion lecture series. TJ Mawson 02 May 2012
6 Creative Commons 3. The Accidental Properties of God Third lecture in the Philosophy of Religion lecture series. TJ Mawson 02 May 2012
7 Creative Commons 2. The Essential Properties of God (continued) Second lecture in the Philosophy of Religion lecture series. TJ Mawson 02 May 2012
8 Creative Commons 1. The Essential Properties of God First lecture in the Philosophy of Religion Lecture series. TJ Mawson 02 May 2012
9 Overview of the Philosophy of Religion Lecture Series (Handout) Introductory document for the Philosophy of Religion lecture series. TJ Mawson 02 May 2012
10 Creative Commons Percy Bysshe Shelley: Letter to William Godwin Part of the Shelley's Ghost Exhibition. Using false names, Shelley sent copies of The Necessity of the Atheism to 'men of thought and learning', including bishops and clergymen. Henry Cockburn 02 Dec 2010
11 Creative Commons Percy Bysshe Shelley: Letter to William Godwin Part of the Shelley's Ghost Exhibition. Using false names, Shelley sent copies of The Necessity of the Atheism to 'men of thought and learning', including bishops and clergymen. Henry Cockburn 02 Dec 2010
12 Religious Toleration and Political Liberalism Professor Susan Mendus (York) gives a talk for the Science and Religious Conflict Conference 2010. Dr Nick Southwood (Oxford) is the commentator. Susan Mendus, Nick Southwood 14 Jun 2010
13 Creative Commons Concluding Remarks Professor Richard Dawkins gives a few concluding thoughts on the Science and Religious Conflict Conference. Richard Dawkins 08 Jun 2010
14 Creative Commons The God Delusion: Questions and Answers Stephen Law and Marianne Talbot take part in a panel discussion with Tom Fisher, chairman of the Oxford Philosophical Society, chairing. They answer questions form the audience about The God Delusion and discuss the philosophical issues surrounding it. Marianne Talbot, Stephen Law, Tom Fisher 20 May 2010
15 Creative Commons Attacking the God hypothesis in other ways Stephen Law gives the fourth talk on Richard Dawkins' The God Delsuon as part of The God Delusion Weekend. Stephen Law 20 May 2010
16 Creative Commons Has Dawkins shown that God is Redundant? Marianne Talbot presents the third talk on Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion as part of The God Delusion Weekend. Marianne Talbot 20 May 2010
17 Creative Commons The Strengths and Weaknesses of The God Delusion Stephen Law givs the second talk on Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion as part of The God Delusion Weekend. Stephen Law 20 May 2010
18 Creative Commons A Scientific Hypothesis? Marianne Talbot gives the first talk on Richard Dawkins' The God Delusion as part of The God Delusion Weekend. Marianne Talbot 20 May 2010
19 Darwin 200: Dawkins and Harries Richard Dawkins and former Bishop of Oxford Richard Harries recreate the famous Oxford evolution debate of 1860. Richard Dawkins, Richard Harries, Jeremy Paxman 16 Feb 2009