Conferencias Terry

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Las Conferencias Terry (Terry Lectures), o Conferencias Dwight H. Terry, se iniciaron en la Universidad de Yale en 1905 por una donación de Dwight H. Terry de Bridgeport, Connecticut. Su propósito es involucrar tanto a estudiosos como al público en una consideración de la religión desde un punto de vista humanista, a la luz de la ciencia y de la filosofía moderna. El tema ha sido históricamente similar a la de las Gifford Lectures en Escocia, y varios profesores han participado en ambas series.

Profesor Año Tema
Philip Kitcher 2013 Secular Humanism
Keith S. Thomson 2012 Jefferson and Darwin: Science and Religion in Troubled Times
Joel R. Primack and Nancy Ellen Abrams 2010 Cosmic Society: The New Universe and the Human Future
Marilynne Robinson 2009 Absence of Mind: The Dispelling of Inwardness from the Modern Myth of the Self
Donald S. Lopez 2008 The Scientific Buddha: Past, Present, Future
Terry Eagleton 2008 Faith and Fundamentalism: Is Belief in Richard Dawkins Necessary for Salvation?
Ahmad Dallal 2007 Islam, Science, and the Challenge of History
Barbara Herrnstein Smith 2006 Natural Reflections: Human Cognition at the Nexus of Science and Religion
Robert Wuthnow 2006 No Contradictions Here: Science, Religion, and the Culture of All Reasonable Possibilities
Lawrence M. Krauss 2006 Religion vs. Science? From the White House to Classroom
Alvin Plantinga 2006 Science and Religion: Why Does the Debate Continue?
Kenneth R. Miller 2006 Darwin, God, and Dover: What the Collapse of 'Intelligent Design' Means for Science and for Faith in America
Ronald L. Numbers 2006 Aggressors, Victims, and Peacemakers: Historical Actors in the Drama of Science and Religion
David Sloan Wilson 2004 Evolution for Everyone
Mary Douglas 2003 Writing in Circles: Ring Composition as a Creative Stimulus
H. C. Erik Midelfort 2003 Exorcism and Enlightenment: Johann Joseph Gassner and the Demons of 18th-Century Germany
Francisco J. Ayala 2001 From Biology to Ethics: An Evolutionist's View of Human Nature
Peter Singer 2000 One World: The Ethics and Politics of Globalization
Bas C. Van Fraassen 1999 The Empirical Stance
David Hartman 1998 Struggling for the Soul of Israel: A Jewish Response to History
John Polkinghorne 1996-97 Belief in God in an Age of Science
Walter J. Gehring 1993-94 Genetic Control of Development
Joshua Lederberg 1988-89 Science and Modern Life
Eric R. Kandel 1986-87 Cell and Molecular Biological Explorations of Learning and Memory
Stephen Jay Gould 1985-86 Darwin and Dr. Doolittle: ‘Just History’ as the Wellspring of Nature’s Order
Hans Jonas 1979-80 Technology and Ethics
Adin Steinsaltz 1978-79
Hans Kung 1977-78 Freud and the Problem of God
Philip Reiff 1976-77
David Baken 1975-76 And They Took Themselves Wives: Male Female Relations in the Bible
Theodore M. Hesburgh 1973-74 The Humane Imperative: A Challenge for the Year 2000
James Hillman 1971-72 Re-Visioning Pychology
Albert J. Reiss, Jr. 1968-69 Civility and the Moral Order
Clifford Geertz 1967-68 In Search of Islam: Religious Change in Indonesia
Loren Eiseley 1966-67
James Munro Cameron 1964-65 Images of Authority: A Consideration of the Concept of Regnum and Sacerdotium
Walter Jackson Ong 1963-64 The Presence of the Word: Some Prolegomena for Cultural and Religious History
Michael Polanyi 1962-63 Man and Thought: A Symbiosis
Norbert Wiener 1961-62 The Philosopher Before Symbols
Paul Ricoeur 1961-62 Freud and Philosophy: An Essay on Interpretation
Hermann Doerries 1958-59 Constantine and Religious Liberty
Margaret Mead 1957-58 Continuities in Cultural Evolution
Errol Eustace Harris 1956-57 The Idea of God in Modern Thought
Rebecca West 1955-56 The Court and the Castle: Some Treatments of a Recurrent Theme
Pieter Geyl 1954-55 Use and Abuse of History
Gordon Willard Allport 1953-54 Becoming: Basic Considerations for a Psychology of Personality
Jerome Clarke Hunsaker 1951-52 Aeronautics at the Mid-Century
Paul Johannes Tillich 1950-51 The Courage to Be
Erich Fromm 1949-50 Psychoanalysis and Religion
George Gaylord Simpson 1948-49 The Meaning of Evolution
Alexander Stewart Ferguson 1947-48
Charles Hartshorne 1946-47 The Divine Relativity: A Social Conception of God
Henri Frankfort 1946-47
James Bryant Conant 1945-46 On Understanding Science
Julius Seelye Bixler 1944-45 Conversations with an Unrepentant Liberal
George Washington Corner 1943-44 Ourselves Unborn: An Embryologist’s Essay on Man
Jacques Maritain 1942-43 Education at the Crossroads
Alexander Dunlop Lindsay 1942-43 Religion, Science, and Society in the Modern World
Reinhold Niebuhr 1941-42
Alan Gregg 1940-41 The Furtherance of Medical Research
Henry Ernest Sigerist 1939-40 Medicine and Human Welfare
Peter Henry Buck 1938-39 Anthropology and Religion
Carl Gustav Jung 1937-38 Psychology and Religion
Joseph Barcroft 1936-37 The Brain and Its Environment
John Macmurray 1935-36 The Structure of Religious Experience
Joseph Needham 1934-35 Order and Life
John Dewey 1933-34 A Common Faith
Herbert Spencer Jennings 1932-33 The Universe and Life
Arthur Holly Compton 1931-32 The Freedom of Man
Hermann Weyl 1930-31 The Open World
William Pepperell Montague 1929-30 Belief Unbound: A Promethean Religion for the Modern World
James Young Simpson 1928-29 Nature: Cosmic, Human, and Divine
William Brown 1927-28 Science and Personality
Robert Andrews Millikan 1926-27 Evolution in Science and Religion
William Ernest Hocking 1925-26 The Self: Its Body and Freedom
Henry Norris Russell 1924-25 Fate and Freedom
John Arthur Thomson 1923-24 Concerning Evolution