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Matyáš Moravec

(MENAFN - The Conversation) Postdoctoral research associate,

I am a postdoctoral researcher on Dr. Emily Thomas'' AHRC-funded project "Inventing Time: Past, Present, and Future of British Metaphysics 1878-1938." My main themes of research are the philosophy of religion, the philosophy of time, and the thought of Henri Bergson (1859-1941).

  • –present Postdoctoral Research Associate (History of Philosophy), Durham University
  • 2020  University of Cambridge, PhD / Theology and Religious Studies (Philosophy of Religion)
  • 2017  University of Cambridge, MPhil / Theology and Religious Studies (Philosophy of Religion)
  • 2016  University of Aberdeen, MA / Divinity and Philosophy
  • 2020 Eternity, Relative Realities, and Ontological Idealism about Time, TheoLogica
  • 2020 Fluctuating Maximal God (with Anne Jeffrey and Asha Lancaster-Thomas), International Journal for Philosophy of Religion
  • 2019 A Perpetual Present: Henri Bergson and Atemporal Duration, European Journal for Philosophy of Religion
  • 2018 Aquinas and Kripke on the Genealogy of Essential Properties, The Heythrop Journal
Professional Memberships
  • Société des amis de Bergson
  • Society for Philosophy of Time
  • British Society for the History of Philosophy


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