John Haldane

John Haldane is professor of philosophy at the University of St Andrews and a frequent contributor to the British media. He is also a Stanton Lecturer in Divinity at the University of Cambridge, and in 2000, he was a visiting scholar at the Social Philosophy and Policy Center in Ohio.

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The Case of Scotland’s Shame

The annual Edinburgh Festival is the largest international arts gathering in the world. During summer 1999, in the course of an otherwise generally non-controversial program, the leading Scottish composer James MacMillan gave a talk entitled “Scotland’s Shame,” in which he spoke of “sleepwalking bigotry” and “visceral anti-Catholicism” disfiguring the life of an ancient but newly … Read more

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