Dr James Orr
is University Lecturer in Philosophy of Religion at the University of Cambridge. Formerly the McDonald Postdoctoral Fellow in Theology, Ethics, and Public Life at Christ Church, Oxford, he holds a PhD and MPhil in Philosophy of Religion from St. John’s College, Cambridge, and a Double First in Literae Humaniores (Classics) from Balliol College, Oxford. Before entering academia, he worked as a lawyer in corporate finance at Freshfields and Sullivan & Cromwell. His research interests span analytic philosophy of religion, continental phenomenology, moral philosophy, and political theology.
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