Prof Antognazza will be giving “A Very Short Introduction” to Leibniz at 13:15 at Blackwell’s Marquee. Full details here.
If you are in town, be sure to check it out!
african philosophy, Alena Rettova, chinese philosophy, greek philosophy, history of philosophy without gaps, indian philosophy, islamic philosophy, Jessica Frazier, Katherine Swancutt, Peter Adamson, religion, Shaul Tor, video
A one-day conference organized in association with Peter Adamson’s History of Philosophy without Gaps project at King’s College London brought together a number of acclaimed scholars to discuss the relationship between religion and philosophy in a variety of traditions across the globe. How is philosophical thought influenced by religious views and practice in different cultures and civilizations? How did the relationship between the two develop throughout ages in different parts of the world? How do philosophical and theological arguments differ or relate?
There are currently five jobs advertised for philosophers at King’s!
The deadline for the Logic and Philosophy Culture posts is this Sunday, March 26th. The deadline for the Political Economy ones is Thursday April 6th. If you are interested in any of them, be sure to apply soon!
Eleanor will be appear on the Airspace public seminar on:
Thu 23 March 2017
20:00 – 21:30 GMT
29-31 Oxford Street
Save the date!
King’s College London is one of the top 5 research centres for philosophy in the country. One of its areas of focus is Political Philosophy.
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.
– A new Templeton Funded research project led by Matthew Parrott (KCL) and Anil Gomes (Oxford) which will involve seminars exploring different ways in which central topics in the epistemology of mind can be brought to bear on questions concerning the nature of mind. These will prepare the groundwork for a two-day international conference on the metaphysical implications of the epistemology of mind. Philosophical study of the mind has too long ignored epistemological considerations. The primary aim in this project is to explore an epistemology-first approach to understanding the nature of the mind.
The first seminar will be on 8 May.
The website of the entire project can be found here.
The next speaker at the King’s History of Philosophy Seminar will be Alix Cohen (Edinburgh) who will be speaking this Friday March 10th on ‘Kant on Emotions’.
Philosophy Building, Room 304, 11am-1pm. Anyone wishing to join us for lunch afterwards can let me know,
John Callanan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
King’s College London is one of the top 5 research centres for philosophy in the country. One of its particular strengths is in Mind.
Maria Alvarez, Bill Brewer, John Callanan, Julien Dutant, Nadine Elzein, Ellen Fridland, David Galloway, Sacha Golob, Jurgis Karpus, Jessica Leech, Clayton Littlejohn, Matteo Mameli, Eliot Michaelson, David Papineau, Matthew Parrott, Thomas Pink, Sherri Roush, Matthew Soteriou, Mark Textor and Robyn Repko Waller have all published in the subject or in closely related areas recently. Continue reading