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London, England, UK. Marlborough College Heythrop College. University of Oxford St John's College. Jesuit priest. Society of Jesus. Fellow of the British Academy Personal Professorship, Heythrop College Honorary Doctorate, University of St Andrews. At the age of eighteen, he converted to the Roman Catholic faith, which caused great stress within his family.

In , Copleston became a Jesuit. After studying at the Jesuit novitiate in Roehampton for two years, he resettled at Heythrop, where in he was ordained a Jesuit priest at Heythrop College. In he traveled to Germany to complete his training, returning to Britain just before the outbreak of war in Copleston originally intended to study for his doctorate at the Gregorian University in Rome, but the war now made that impossible.

Instead, he accepted an offer to return to Heythrop College to teach the history of philosophy to the few remaining Jesuits there. Copleston achieved a degree of popularity in the media for debating the existence of God with Bertrand Russell in a celebrated BBC broadcast; the following year he debated logical positivism and the meaningfulness of religious language with his friend the analytic philosopher A. Throughout the rest of his academic career, Copleston accepted a number of honorary roles, including Visiting Professor at Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, where he spent six months each year lecturing from to After officially retiring in , he continued to lecture.

From to , Copleston was Visiting Professor at the University of Santa Clara, and from to , he delivered the Gifford Lectures at the University of Aberdeen, which were published as Religion and the One. Copleston was offered memberships in the Royal Institute of Philosophy and in the Aristotelian Society. Links Wikipedia. Encyclopedia Britannica author page. Member ratings Average: 3. Includes Frederick Copleston is composed of 46 names.

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