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Dr Gorazd Andrejč

Affiliated Lecturer

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Dr Gorazd Andrejč is a philosopher and (occasionally) a theologian. His main academic interests in philosophy are religious language, language and experience, Wittgenstein, Pragmatism, taxonomy and phenomenology of belief-attitudes, religion and democracy, phenomenology and theology of felt experience, disagrement (esp. moral and religious), science and religion. In theology: Comparative Theology, contemporary Liberal Theology (esp. Christian), Friedrich Schleiermacher, Paul Tillich, interreligious and religious-secular relations/ communication (both theoretically and 'applied', esp. in Solvenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and beyond). He is a University of Cambridge graduate, having completed the MSt in the Study of Jewish-Christian Relations at the Woolf Institute and St Edmund's College. In 2013, he completed his PhD entitled From Existential Feelings to Belief in God at the University of Exeter.

Gorazd is Senior Researcher at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts, at the University of Maribor, Slovenia; Research Associate of St Edmund's College and an Affiliated Lecturer at the Woolf Institute. His book Wittgenstein and Interreligious Disagreement: Philosophical and Theological Perspectives, a result of a three-year Research Fellowship at the Woolf Institute, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in September 2016. .

As an Affiliated Lecturer, Gorazd teaches two online courses at the Woolf Institute: Interreligious Understanding Today and Jews, Christians and Muslims in Europe: Modern Challenges.

Publications

Books

Forthcoming:

2018: (As main editor; co-editor Daniel Weiss) Interpreting Interreligious Relations with Wittgenstein, Leiden: Brill.

Recent:

2016: Wittgenstein and Interfaith Disagreement: A Philosophical and Theological Perspective, New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

2009: (Co-edited with Marjan Toš) On the Path of Tolerance: Monotheistic Religions and Religious Freedom. Pokrajinski Muzej, Maribor, 2009. (In Slovenian. Original Title: Na poti strpnosti: Monoteisticne religije in verska svoboda)

2009: (As editor) Jewish-Christian Relations, Maribor: Aristej. (In Slovenian. Original Title: Judovsko-krscanski odnosi).

Articles and Chapters

Forthcoming:

2018: 'Religious Moral Languages, Secularity, and Hermeneutical (In)Justice', in D.V. Auweele and M. Vassanyi, Political Theology: Past to Present, Oxford/New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

2018: 'Interpretations of Wittgenstein, Religion, and Interreligious Relations', in G. Andrejc and D. Weiss, Interpreting Interreligious Relations with Wittgenstein, Leiden: Brill.

Recent:

2018: 'Infiltrators, Imposters, or Human Beings? The Slovenian Socio-Political Imaginary, Christianity, and the Responses to the 2015-16 Migrant Crisis', in U. Schmiedel and G. Smith (eds.), Religion in the European Refugee Crisis, New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

2017: 'Schleiermacher and Tillich on Judaism: A Structural Comparison', in R. Manning and S. Sheam (eds.), Returning to Tillich: Theology and Legacy in Transition, Berlin: De Gruyter, 151-162.

2017: (Co-authored with George Wilkes) 'Slovenian Military Chaplaincy and Religious Diversity', in T. Brekke and V. Tikhonov (eds.), Military Chaplaincy in an Era of Religious Pluralism: Military-Religious Nexus in Asia, Europe, and USA, Oxford/New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

2016 'Ludwig Wittgenstein', in F. Sleap and O. Sener, Dialogue Theories, London: Dialogue Society.

2015 'Reading Wittgenstein (On Belief) with Tillich (On Doubt)', Neue Zeitschrift für Systematische Theologie und Religionsphilosophie, 57/1, 2015, 60-86.

2014: 'Existential Feelings and Religions Language: The Later Wittgenstein and Protestant Theology of the Mystical', Poligrafi, 71-72, 2014, 95-120. (In Slovenian. Original Title: 'Eksistencialna občutja in verski jezik: Pozni Wittgenstein in protestantska teologija mističnega')

2012: 'Bridging the Gap between Social and Existential-Mystical Interpretations of Schleiermacher's "Feeling"', Religious Studies 48/3, 2012, 377-401.

2012: 'Theological Understandings of non-Christian Religions in British Protestantism', Stati inu Obstati - Slovenian Journal for the Study of Protestantism, 15-16, 2012, 100-125. (In Slovenian. Original Title: 'Teološka razumevanja nekrščanskih religij v britanskem protestantizmu', Stati inu Obstati - Revija za vprašanja protestantizma).

2011: 'Human Being as a Part of the "Flesh of the World": Philosophico-Theological Foundations for a Dialogue between Progressive Protestantism and Animism', in Sozitje med kulturami: Poti do medkulturnega dialoga. Maja Lamberger-Khatib (ed). Maribor: Zalozba Pivec, 2011. pp 29-49. (In Slovenian. Original Title: 'Človek kot del "mesa sveta": Filozofsko-teološka podlaga za dialog med liberalnim protestantizmom in animizmom').

Expert Reports

2016: (Co-authored with Davor Marko, George Wilkes, Ana Kuburić, Zorica Kuburić, Marko-Antonio Brkić, Muhamed Jusić, Zlatiborka Popov Momčinovič) Reconciliation – Means of Combating Insecurity or Mode of Resistance to the Politics of Division? Citizen Voices From 13 Local Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Sarajevo: CEIR, 2016.

2013: (Co-authored with George Wilkes, Ana Kuburić, Zorica Kuburić, Marko-Antonio Brkić, Muhamed Jusić, Zlatiborka Popov Momčinovič) Factors in Reconciliation: Religion, Local Conditions, People and Trust – Results From A Survey Conducted in 13 Cities Across Bosnia andHerzegovina in May 2013.  Sarajevo: CEIR, 2013.

2012: (Co-authored with George Wilkes, Ana Kuburić, Zorica Kuburić, Marko-Antonio Brkić, Muhamed Jusić, Zlatiborka Popov Momčinovič) Reconciliation and Trust Building in Bosnia-Herzegovina: A Survey of Popular Attitudes in Four Cities and Regions. Sarajevo: CEIR, 2012.



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