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Link The nature of human beings and the question of their ultimate origin

A three-way discussion and debate between the Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, Prof. Richard Dawkins and Sir Anthony Kenny, recorded at...

Science, Humanities, Philosophy, Theology, God, Religion, Evolution view
Link Archives hub

Enables the user to search across a wealth of archives held at over 220 institutions in England, Scotland and Wales. Covers arts and humanities,...

Art, Humanities, Social sciences, Science, Technology, Health & hygiene, Life sciences, Use of historical sources, History view
Link Religious disagreement and religious accommodation

A talk by Tony Coady (University of Melbourne) given at the Science and Religious conflict Conference held in Oxford, under the general title of "...

Philosophy, Religion, Science, Society, Tolerance view
Link Prof. Mark Williams on Mindfulness

Professor Mark Williams from Oxford University delivers a lecture to the public about the science of mindfulness. The event was Science Oxford...

mindfulness, Psychology, Science, depression, Emotion, mental health, Brain, meditation view
Link The Dictionary of Victorian London

Contains primary sources covering the social history of Victorian London, including extracts from Victorian newspapers, diaries, journalism,...

Social history, Women, Transport, River Thames, Shops & shopping, Technology, Science, Victorian, London, 19th century, Advertising, Architecture, Charities, Childhood, Clothing & fashions, Communications, Crime, Death & dying, Human diseases, French Education, Entertainment, Finance, Food & drink, Health & hygiene, Houses & housing, Legal system, Lighting, Markets, Police, British politics, Photography, Populations, Prisons, Professions & trades, Religion, History view
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