Jo Wolff has just published an essay on ‘The Metaphysical Status of Quantities‘ in Auxiliary Hypotheses, the online blog of the British Journal for the Philosophy of Science.
The Philosophy Department at Kings College London is pleased to announce that we are offering three bursaries for students entering our two-year M.Phil Stud programme in September 2018.
One Full Bursary: This will cover fees and maintenance for the whole of the two-year M.Phil Stud course to a value of approximately £40,000.
Two Fees Bursaries: These will each make a contribution of £5,000 towards the fees for the first year of the M.Phil Stud. During their first year students will be able to apply to the London Arts and Humanities Partnership for a three-year award with a view to completing the second year of their M.Phil Stud and then moving on to the PhD.
Those wishing to compete for these bursaries should apply for entry to the M.Phil Stud programme in the normal way by Monday January 8th 2018. They should also send to David Owens (firstname.lastname@example.org) a statement of not more than 500 words describing how they expect to benefit from the award of the bursary and what other sources of funding are available to them (if any).
The full course programme is available here.
As part of the London Arts and Humanities Partnership (LAHP), KCL philosophy can offer three years of full fees and maintenance funding for some entrants to our MPhil/PhD programme in September 2018.
For details of this funding opportunity see: http://www.lahp.ac.uk/apply-for-a-studentship/
The course programme is available here.
If you have any questions about the programme or the funding application please contact the Director of Graduate Admissions, David Owens: email@example.com.
A fascinating interview with Mark, titled ‘Brentano’s Mind, Frege’s Sense’, has been published at 3am magazine.
Location: Council Room (K2.29) King’s Building Strand Campus
Time: 17 Oct — 18:00-19:00
Registration: this event is open to all and free to attend, but booking is required via Eventbrite at: https://humanitywithoutdignity.eventbrite.co.uk
At the event Professor Sangiovanni will discuss themes and questions from the book .
Professors are not the only prolific researchers in our department. Some of our current and recent PhD students also publish cutting edge research. Here are some recent examples.
Dimitri Coelho Mollo
Last week Julien Dutant took part in a conference on “The Principles of Epistemology” at the College de France in Paris.
9 October, 20:00 — 21:00
MAPS is a performance dance piece considering the world map through its constantly changing nature, as a movable image and a portrait of how globalisation and freedom of information have broken our understanding of borders. Three dancers and a live musician bring the world map to life in a continuous, culturally mixed, rhythmic groove.
Our Dr Sarah Fine worked as academic adviser for this peace, and is warmly inviting us to attend. There will be a Q&A session after the dance, with her, Sivan Rubinstein (the choreographer), and Christina Elliot (Senior Producer at The Place in King’s Cross).