Wednesday Feb 20
1800 Yujin Nagasawa (Birmingham, UK): Maximal God and the Ontological Argument
1900 Ryan Mullins (St. Andrews, UK): What is Classical Theism?
Thursday Feb 21
9.15 Session 1: Tim Pawl (St. Thomas, USA): A Doctrine of Divine Simplicity
10.45 Session 2 TBA
13.00 Session 3, student papers I
Łukasz Kołodziejczyk (The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland), Does the Classical Theism follow the Kalam Cosmological Argument?
Philipp Kremers (Oxford, UK): The Objection of ›Horrendous Deeds‹ – A Problem for the Metaethics of Classical Theism?
Derek King (St. Andrews, UK): Image of the Invisible God: Divine Hiddenness in Classical Theism
14.30 break: Tour at University Libraries and the Cathedral
15.45 Session 4, Sergio Novani (University of Insubria, Italy), God doesn’t play hide-and-seek: Ratzinger against hiddenness argument
Friday Feb 22
9.15 Session 6: Max Baker-Hytch (Oxford, UK), God, evil, and organic wholes
10.45 Session 7, Safaruk Z. Chowdhury (King Fahad Academy, UK): “God was, and Nothing was with Him”: Exploring the Relation between God and Abstract Objects in Islamic Philosophical Theology
13.30 Session 8, Jonathan Parsons (College of DuPage, USA), What’s so great about Necessary Existence?
14.45 Session 9, student papers II
Ben Page (Durham, UK): Dispositional Goodness
Sanna Urvas (Helsinki): Investigating Process Theism
Mitchell Mallary (St. Andrews. UK): Classical Theism and the Historical Jesus
15.45 End of the workshop
18.00 Dinner for the speakers