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A. Philosophy of religion

1. Philosophy of language

• GE Moore by Percy Horton, pencil and chalk 1947 © National Portrait Gallery, London
• St Thomas Aquinas in painting at Dominican House of Studies, Washington © CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec
• John Duns Scotus. Credit: The Order of Friars Minor
• René Descartes after Frans Hals, engraving with etching c1804-15 © The Trustees of the British Museum
• David Hume by Thomas Stothard 1755-1834, pen and grey ink with grey wash © The Trustees of the British Museum
• Noam Chomsky. Credit: Donna Coveney/MIT
• German soldiers at the first battle of the Marne, 1914. Credit: www.greatwar.nl
• DZ Phillips. Credit: Swansea University
• The Lord is my Shepherd, stained glass window
• Bishop NT Wright. Credit: SPCK Publishing
The Dawkins Delusion - Alister McGrath, SPCK Publishing
• Fr Hans Küng. Credit: Stephan Schlensog

2. Nature of God

• Bronze figure of Jupiter holding a sceptre and a thunderbolt found in Hungary. 1st-2nd century AD © The Trustees of the British Museum
• The god Horus
• Icon of the Trinity © Pilgrim Gifts
• Man at prayer. Credit: CNS
• Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Credit: Lebrecht Authors

Arguments for the existence of God

• Black swan. Credit: Luke Phillips www.wildwildthings.wordpress.com
• Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson, 1997 statue in Moscow by Andrey Orlo

3. The ontological argument

• St Anselm of Canterbury, stained glass, Canterbury Cathedral
• Marmoutiers Abbey
• John Duns Scotus. Credit: The Order of Friars Minor
• René Descartes after Frans Hals, engraving with etching c1804-15 © The Trustees of the British Museum
• Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz. Credit: Lebrecht Authors
• Immanuel Kant, portrait after painting by Georg Döbler, 1791. Credit: Lebrecht Authors
• Bertrand Arthur William Russell, 3rd Earl Russell by Roger Fry oil on canvas, c1923 © National Portrait Gallery, London
• Karl Barth by Maria Netter, print 1955. Credit: Karl Barth-Archiv Basel
• Immanuel Kant, portrait after painting by Georg Döbler, 1791. Credit: Lebrecht Authors
• Iris Murdoch by Tom Phillips, oil on canvas, 1984-86 © National Portrait Gallery, London

4. The cosmological argument

• St Thomas Aquinas in painting at Dominican House of Studies, Washington © CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec

5. The design argument

• Bee on flower
• Cicero delivering a speech to onlookers by Michael Burghers, etching with engraving 1692-1727 © The Trustees of the British Museum
• David Hume by Thomas Stothard 1755-1834, pen and grey ink with grey wash © The Trustees of the British Museum
• William Paley engraving after Beechey, c1814 © The Trustees of the British Museum
• Richard Dawkins © Max Alexander, STARMUS

6. The problem of evil

• The Tablet cover illustration 3 July 2010, Phil Disley
• St Irenaeus of Lyons © ‘Come and see' icons, books and art

7. Faith and reason

• St Thomas Aquinas in painting at Dominican House of Studies, Washington © CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec
• David Hume by Thomas Stothard, detail © The Trustees of the British Museum
• Planet and fiery supernova

B. Ethics

1. Meta ethics

• Philosophers including Plato and Aristotle by Giacomo Piccini, engraving 1655 © The Trustees of the British Museum
• Jeremy Bentham by Henry William Pickersgill, oil on canvas, exhibited 1829 © National Portrait Gallery, London
• Sir Alfred Jules Ayer by Walter Stoneman, bromide print 1952 © National Portrait Gallery, London

2. Natural law

• Philosophers including Plato and Aristotle by Giacomo Piccini, engraving 1655 © The Trustees of the British Museum
• The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci, fresco in Refectory of Santa Maria delle Grazie, Milan, 1495-98. Used with permission of Italian Ministry of Cultural Affairs © Electa/Leemage69452 Credit: Electa/Leemage/Lebrecht Music & Arts
• Cicero delivering a speech to onlookers by Michael Burghers, etching with engraving 1692-1727 © The Trustees of the British Museum
Nuclear Deterrence, Morality and Realism - Finnis, Boyle and Grisez, OUP USA, 1988
• Professor TDJ Chappell
• This Nazi-era poster reads "Alle 10 jährigen zu uns" or "All 10-year-olds [come] to us"

3. Kantian ethics

• Immanuel Kant, portrait after painting by Georg Döbler, 1791. Credit: Lebrecht Authors

4. Utilitarianism

• William Wordsworth by Benjamin Robert Haydon, oil on canvas 1842 © National Portrait Gallery, London
• Peter Singer. Credit: Denise Applewhite/Princeton University

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All scripture quotations are taken from the New International Version of the Bible unless otherwise stated.

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