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
Janet Browne 2015 Becoming Darwin: History, Memory, and Biography
Wendy Doniger 2014 The Manipulation of Religion by the Sciences of Politics and Pleasure in Ancient India
Philip Kitcher 2013 Secular Humanism
Keith S. Thomson 2012 Jefferson and Darwin: Science and Religion in Troubled Times
Joel R. Primack y 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