Templeton Prize awarded to Charles Taylor


McGill professor emeritus Charles Taylor, a philosopher who says the world's problems can only be solved by considering both their secular and spiritual roots, was named Wednesday as the recipient of a religion award billed as the world's richest annual prize. Taylor, a professor of law and philosophy at Northwestern University, and emeritus professor of Philosophy at McGill, has won this year's Templeton Prize for Progress Toward Research or Discoveries About Spiritual Realities. The award is worth more than $1.5 million.