June 1, 2011
Associate Scholar, Religious Freedom Project
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Roger Trigg, of St Cross College, Oxford, is senior research fellow in the Ian Ramsey Centre, University of Oxford, and a member of Oxford's faculties of philosophy and of theology and religion. From 2007 to 2011 he served as co-principal investigator in an Oxford-based research project on the cognitive science of religion. He is professor emeritus of philosophy at the University of Warwick. Trigg has been president of the British Society for Philosophy of Religion and European Society for Philosophy of Religion; he also chaired the National Committee for Philosophy and its successor, the British Philosophical Association. Trigg was an associate scholar with the Berkley Center's Religious Freedom Project from 2011 through 2013. His recent publications include Morality Matters (2004), Religion in Public Life: Must Faith be Privatized? (2007), Equality, Freedom and Religion (2011), and Religious Diversity: Philosophical and Political Dimensions (2014); he is also the author of the 2010 Theos report “Free to Believe? Religious Freedom in a Liberal Society.”