Philosophy and Faith in the Public Sphere, with guest Jennifer Frey, University of South Carolina

February 20, 2023 00:40:55
Philosophy and Faith in the Public Sphere, with guest Jennifer Frey, University of South Carolina
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Philosophy and Faith in the Public Sphere, with guest Jennifer Frey, University of South Carolina

Feb 20 2023 | 00:40:55

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Show Notes

Jennifer Frey is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of South Carolina, a faculty fellow at the Institute for Human Ecology at the Catholic University of America, and a Newbigin Interfaith Fellow with the Carver Project. She works extensively in moral philosophy and is particularly interested in matters of virtue. But she is also an engaging public philosopher who writes for such popular venues as First Things, Image Journal, and The Point Magazine, and she is the host of a popular podcast titled Sacred and Profane Love, which takes up the relationship between philosophy, theology, and literature. We talk today about her range of work and about the connections between universities and the public and between philosophy and faith.

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