(recorded 29 November 2016)
(recorded 22 November 2016)
(recorded 8 November 2016)
(recorded 1 November 2016)
(recorded 25 October 2016)
(recorded 18 October 2016)
(recorded 11 October 2016)
Conference on Bernard Williams and the Ancients - Prof. MM McCabe (Emeritus Professor of Ancient Philosophy King's College, London) 'Good-makers and Good-takers: Bernard Williams on Platonic (intrinsic) goodness' (
(recorded 19 September 2016)
Moral Sciences Club - Louise Hanson (Cambridge) 'The Real Problem with Evolutionary Debunking Arguments'
(recorded 17 May 2016)
Moral Psychology Research Group - Prof Roy Baumeister (Florida State University) & Prof Richard Holton (Cambridge) 'Moral Virtue and Self Control'
(recorded 16 May 2016)
(recorded 10 May 2016)
Moral Sciences Club - Vid Simoniti (Cambridge) 'Beauty and power: response-dependence in aesthetic properties'
(recorded 3 May 2016)
(recorded 15 April 2016)
(recorded 26 April 2016)
Moral Sciences Club - Lilli Alanen (Uppsala) 'Personal Identity, Passions and Hume's "True Idea of the Human Mind"'
(recorded 8 March 2016)
(recorded 1 March 2016)
(recorded 16 February 2016)
(recorded 9 February 2016)
Moral Sciences Club - Robin Zheng (Cambridge) 'Expanding the Moral Repertoire: Oughts, Ideals, and Appraisals'
(recorded 2 February 2016)
(recorded 26 January 2016)
(recorded 19 January 2016)
(recorded 1 December 2015)
(recorded 17 November 2015)
(recorded 10 November 2015)
(recorded 3 November 2015)
(recorded 27 October 2015)
Moral Sciences Club - Alan Hájek (ANU) 'Begging to Differ With Similarity Accounts of Counterfactuals'(recorded 19 May 2015)
Moral Sciences Club - Hans-Johann Glock (Zurich) 'Of Toads, Dogs and Men: Agency, Intelligence and Reason in Human and Non-Human Animals'(recorded 5 May 2015)
Moral Sciences Club - Shyane Siriwardena (Cambridge) 'The Agency Theory of Causation: Unsound or Incomplete'(recorded 24 February 2015)
Moral Sciences Club - Julian Dodd (Manchester) 'The ontology of conceptual art: against the idea idea'(recorded 17 February 2015)
Moral Sciences Club - Cheryl Misak (Toronto) 'Ramsey’s Cognitivism: Ethics, Aesthetics and the Meaning of Life'(recorded 10 February 2015)
Moral Sciences Club - Claudine Tiercelin (Collège de France) 'A Plea for Dispositional Essentialism'(recorded 27 January 2015)
Moral Sciences Club - M. M. McCabe (KCL) 'First chop your logos: Socrates and the sophists on language, logic and moral development'(recorded 25 November 2014)
Moral Sciences Club - Sarah Broadie (St Andrews) 'Virtue and the Natural Goods: An Aristotelian Perspective'(recorded 18 November 2014)
Moral Sciences Club - Nicola Lacey (LSE) & Hanna Pickard (Oxford) 'To Blame or to Forgive? Reconciling Punishment and Forgiveness in Criminal Justice'(recorded 4 November 2014)
Moral Sciences Club - Rowan Williams 'Feeling For Others: Is Empathy the Answer to Ethical Problems?'(recorded 25 February 2014)
Moral Sciences Club - Michael Otsuka 'How it Makes a Moral Difference that One is Worse Off than One Would Have Been'(recorded 5 November 2013)
(recorded 14 June 2013)
Professor Huw Price, Bertrand Russell Professor of Philosophy inaugural lecture 'Where would we be without counterfactuals?'(recorded 1 November 2012 - see also the Lecture Transcript)
(recorded 24 September 2011)
2011 Routledge Lecture notes - Professor Tim Scanlon
'Ideas of the Good in Moral and Political Philosophy'
(lecture date 15 March 2011)
Professor Tim Crane Inaugural Lecture as Knightbridge Professor 'What is Distinctive About Human Thought?'
(recorded 1 December 2010)
Aspects of Philosophy at Cambridge Conference recordings
(Hughes Hall 19th to 20th November 2010)
Dr Cain Todd - 'Fiction, emotion and imagination'
(recorded 29 October 2010)
2010 Aronui Lecture, Royal Society of New Zealand
Baroness Onora O'Neill 'Two Cultures Fifty Years On'
Alumni Weekend 2010 - Dr Fraser MacBride 'The Dark Matter of Cambridge Philosophy'
(recorded 25 September 2010 - see also the Lecture Handout)
A Conversation with Tim Crane and Simon Blackburn
(recorded 11 February 2010)
Routledge Lecture in Philosophy - Professor Philip Pettit 'The Open-Doors Model of Freedom'
(recorded 30 October 2009 - see also the Lecture Handout)
Professor Barry Smith 'The Philosophy of Wine - from Science to Subjectivity'
(recorded 23 October 2009)
Alumni Weekend 2009 - Professor Roger Scruton 'The Meaning of Music'
(recorded 26 September 2009)
Routledge Lecture - Professor Richard Moran 'Iris Murdoch and the Rejection of Existentialism'
(recorded 30 October 2008) )
Professor Onora O'Neill - Conceptions of press freedom
(recorded 22 October 2008 - see also the Lecture Notes)
Alumni Weekend 2008 - Professor Thomas Baldwin 'G.E. Moore and Cambridge Philosophy' (recorded 27 September 2008)