Tobias Tanton, Lecturer in Theology, Ripon College Cuddesdon
Tobias Tanton completed his graduate studies in theology at the University of Oxford as an Ertegun Scholar (MPhil) and later the Arthur Peacocke Scholar in Science and Theology (DPhil). He was subsequently a post-doctoral fellow in Science-Engage Theology at the University of Cambridge. He is currently Lecturer in Theology at Ripon College Cuddesdon, an associate member of the Faculty of Theology and Religion at the University of Oxford, and a fellow of the New Visions in Theological Anthropology: Engaging with the Behavioral Sciences project.
Part 1 - Embodied Cognition and its Application to Theology 1. Theological Prolegomenon: Accommodating Embodied Cognition 2. Embodied Cognition: Literature, History, and Concepts Part 2 - Embodiment and Theological Concepts 3. The Body and Human Concepts 4. Grounding God? Embodying Theological Meaning Part 3 - Embodied Religious Practices 5. Cognition Beyond the Brain 6. Embodied Cognition in Ecclesial Practices 7. Theological Practices: Homo Liturgicus 8. Theology for Humans
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