Clayton Littlejohn and Julien Dutant on Reasonable Doubt

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Clayton Littlejohn and Julien Dutant are taking part in the large interdisciplinary conference From Reasonable Doubt to Undue Scepticism organized by Ulrike Hahn and Marion Worms at Birkbeck this week. Both will be defending knowledge-centred views on the topic. See the programme here.

Medieval and Late Scholastic Philosophy at King’s

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King’s College London is one of the top 5 research centres for philosophy in the country. We do work in many different areas of philosophy, including some that are rarely tackled in other departments. An excellent example is the work we do in Medieval Philosophy.

Peter AdamsonChris Hughes and Thomas Pink have published in the subject or in closely related areas recently. Continue reading

King’s hub for the History of Philosophy

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Prof Maria Rosa Antognazza has just been elected Chair of the British Society of the History of Philosophywhile Sacha Golob has been appointed Associate Editor (with special responsibility for Post-Kantian Philosophy) of the British Journal for the History of Philosophythe journal of the Society.

The Journal is based at King’s. It continues to be edited by King’s Professor, Michael Beaney.

Epistemic Utility Theory Masterclass with Richard Pettigrew

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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.

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[Video] Philosophy Without Borders: Religion and Philosophy in the African, Chinese, Greek, Indian, and Islamic Traditions.

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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?

Watch full recording of the conference online: guest talks and Peter Adamson’s lecture. Details below.

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