Prof. Richard Pettigrew (Bristol) will give a masterclass on Epistemic Utility Theory at King’s College London on Thursday-Saturday April 27th-29th, 2017. In addition to the masterclass we will have three guest talks by Jason Konek (Kent), Julien Dutant (KCL) and Clayton Littlejohn (KCL).
The event is open to graduate students and researchers from any institution. Attendance is free but registration is required. To register fill in the form below.
Here is a pdf version of the programme.
The philosophy department has just extended for a few days the deadline for applying to Graduate Teaching Assistant positions in 2017-2018. The new deadline is this sunday March 12th, midnight.
The philosophy department is hiring a permanent Lecturer in Philosophy with expertise in Logic. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing and lively department. Full details here.
Dr Sarah Fine contributes to a debate on freedom of movement as core of the EU citizenship hosted by the European Union Democracy Observatory on Citizenship:
How can we try to defend free movement as the core of EU citizenship without considering what is happening right now at (and indeed within) the EU’s own borders?
The Philosophy Department at King’s College London is offering a short-term Fellowship to join a research project on The Nature of Evidence and the Ethics of Uncertainty led by Julien Dutant. The project develops an externalist account of evidential support and explores its normative implications. Details on the project are in the job pack. Continue reading