Andrew Pinsent is the Research Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion at Oxford University, a Research Fellow of Harris Manchester College, and a member of the Faculty of Theology and Religion at Oxford. Pinsent is a co-director of “Science and Religion in Latin America,” a three-year research project at the Ian Ramsey Centre that aims to promote and document inquiry on science-and-religion in that region. He is a priest in the diocese of Arundel and Brighton in England and has contributed to thirty-one papers for the large hadron collider project at CERN in Switzerland.
In addition to numerous articles, Pinsent is the author of The Second Person Perspective in Aquinas’s Ethics: Virtues and Gifts, which illuminates Aquinas’s understanding of virtues through the lens of the science of social cognition. Pinsent has a doctorate in particle physics from Oxford, a doctorate in philosophy from Saint Louis University, and a degree in theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome.