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Harry Moore

Beijing Normal University

Harry Moore is currently a research fellow at Beijing Normal University in China. He studies Philosophy of Religion and Russian Philosophy. His PhD was a philosophical analysis of S. L. Frank’s arguments for an absolute being, completed at the University of Oxford, Faculty of Theology and Religion in 2023. At Oxford he taught Philosophy of Religion and Systematic Theology. His work focuses on 19th and 20th century Russian philosophy (Vladimir Solovyov, Lev Karsavin, S. L. Frank) and its interaction with contemporary ideas in philosophy of religion. He also works on problems such as defences of the trinity, ontological arguments, and the role of practical reason in the formation of religious belief.

Transcendental Unity of Apperception and Christian Apophaticism

Florovsky's Logical Relativism a Philosophical and Theological Analysis

The Russian Cusanus: S. L. Frank and the Russian reception of Nicholas of Cusa