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April 19, 2021
Department of Philosophy, University of Bristol,
March 24, 2021 - November 18, 2021
The Dianoia Institute of Philosophy is pleased to announce the launch of our new online Seminar Series in Philosophy.

23/24 Mar, C. Thi Nguyen (Utah)
21/22 Apr, Karen Bennett (Rutgers)
26/27 May, Timothy Williamson (Oxford)
23/24 Jun, Jennifer Nagel (Toronto)
21/22 Jul, Elliott Sober (Wiscons...
Dianoia Institute of Philosophy, Australian Catholic University
March 23, 2021
-23 March 2021, 7 pm

Dr. Jonathan Chimakonam Okeke: "Overcoming the three Challenges of Intercultural Philosophy: A Conversational Approach"


In this talk, I will provide a conception of intercultural philosophy and contrast it with that of comparative philosophy. I will argue ...
Center for Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Studies, Universität Tübingen
September 30, 2020
Our weekly speaker series (now on Zoom).

30-Sep Nat Hansen, Reading
07-Oct Paulina Sliwa, Cambridge
14-Oct Mark Jago, Nottingham
21-Oct Ann Whittle, Manchester
28-Oct Rachel Handley, CODE University
04-Nov Marcus Lee, Nottingham
11-Nov Maggie O’Brien, Edinburgh
18-Nov Annina Lo...
Department of Philosophy, University of Nottingham
October 6, 2020
“The Center Debates” is a new initiative of the Center for Philosophy of Science. Our goal is to promote serious, but respectful and constructive exchanges about controversial topics of interest to historians and philosophers of science, scientists, and the lay public. Typically two speakers with a ...
The Center for Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh
July 25, 2020
An online seminar series exploring the role of mathematics in the scientific study of consciousness
Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy, Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München
March 7, 2020
The Australasian Experimental Philosophy Group has started a weekly experimental philosophy discussion. Fridays 9am NZ time, Thursdays 5pm EDT, Thursdays 10pm BST.
April 3, 2020
In order to enhance the sense of community among researchers in social epistemology during the period of the spread of COVID-19, the Social Epistemology Network is initiating a series of regular (weekly or bi-weekly) online "mini-event" meetings of one hour, held on Zoom, in which researchers from a...