2 SAH Students Awarded Forum Humanum Grants

Congratulations to the winners of this year's Forum Humanum grants ($2,200). These grants will enable doctoral students to present papers at the 37th Annual Philosophy of Religion conference (February 18-20, 2016) on the theme "Love and Justice." Among this year's winners are two Claremont religion students, Austin J. Buscher and Trevor Kimball:

   Edward A. Arnold (Columbia), "Love, Compassion and Justice: A Perspective from the Indian Buddhist Philosophers Chandrakirti and Shantideva”

   David Bruner (Princeton), "Eberhard Jüngel, Robert Merrihew Adams, and the Reasons of Love."

  Austin J. Buscher (Claremont), "Taking Care: A personal application of Love and Justice”

  Rachel Fedock (Arizona State), “The Love and Justice Dichotomy: an Illusion”

  Everett C. Fulmer (Saint Louis), “Love, Justice and Divine Simplicity: Resolving a Paradox”

  Trevor Kimball (Claremont), “Love and Justice as Promise in Ricoeur”

  Laura Martin (Columbia), “Love and Justice in Hegel's Early Theological Writings”

  Panu-Matti Pöykkö (Helsinki), “Love and Justice in Emmanuel Levinas' Thought”

 Tom Raja Rosenhagen (Pittsburgh), “Toward Virtue: Love, Just Attention, and Moral Progress through Philia”

 Justina Torrance (Harvard), “The Wisest Love or the Most Harmful Harm? Leibniz, Shklar, and Weil on Justice as Universal Benevolentia