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Read more at: Immateriality, Thinking and the Self in the Philosophy of the Long Middle Ages - joint project of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge and Department of Philosophy, Peking University

Immateriality, Thinking and the Self in the Philosophy of the Long Middle Ages - joint project of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge and Department of Philosophy, Peking University

24 April 2015

A joint project of the Philosophy Faculty, University of Cambridge and the Department of Philosophy, Peking University, financed by the British Academy through an International Partnership and Mobility Grant, March 2015 – February 2016. For further details click here .


Read more at: Prof Rae Langton is giving the 2015 John Locke Lectures at Oxford this term

Prof Rae Langton is giving the 2015 John Locke Lectures at Oxford this term

21 April 2015

Prof Rae Langton is giving the prestigious 2015 John Locke Lectures at the University of Oxford this term. The lectures will take place at 5pm on Wednesdays from 29th April to 3rd June inclusive at the Grove Auditorium in Magdalen College, Oxford. Further details are available at: www.philosophy.ox.ac.uk/lectures/...


Read more at: Rae Langton, Simon Blackburn, Huw Price and Angela Breitenbach are speaking at the HowTheLightGetsIn festival this May

Rae Langton, Simon Blackburn, Huw Price and Angela Breitenbach are speaking at the HowTheLightGetsIn festival this May

8 April 2015

Rae Langton, Simon Blackburn, Huw Price and Angela Breitenbach will be speaking this May at HowTheLightGetsIn , the world’s largest philosophy and music festival. Bringing together world-leading scientists, musicians, philosophers and politicians including Lawrence Krauss, Natalie Bennett, Paul Krugman, Fiona Shaw, Mike...


Read more at: ELECTION - The University of Cambridge weekly politics podcast

ELECTION - The University of Cambridge weekly politics podcast

25 February 2015

From the University of Cambridge comes ELECTION, our weekly politics podcast ; asking the questions that no one else is in the run-up to the British General Election with the most interesting people inside and outside the political arena. Can democracy adapt to our strained political system? Who (if anyone) will ‘win’ in...


Read more at: Rae Langton and Clare Chambers are taking part in the WOW (Women of the World) Festival in Cambridge in March 2015

Rae Langton and Clare Chambers are taking part in the WOW (Women of the World) Festival in Cambridge in March 2015

17 February 2015

Clare Chambers speaking on a panel on 'Women's Bodies, Private Places' Women’s bodies, who do they belong to? A wide- ranging, multi-generational and diverse panel will explore issues around life as a woman. From boobs and body hair to body image and periods, how have attitudes changed and who decides what’s ‘right’? In...


Read more at: Angela Breitenbach will hold the first CRASSH Pro Futura Scientia Fellowship

Angela Breitenbach will hold the first CRASSH Pro Futura Scientia Fellowship

13 February 2015

Angela Breitenbach has been awarded the first CRASSH Pro Futura Scientia Fellowship, to be held at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, and the Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study from 2015 to 2018. Click here for further details.


Read more at: Arif Ahmed took part in a special debate on "does evidence undermine religion" on BBC One's "The Big Questions" on Sunday 18th January 2015

Arif Ahmed took part in a special debate on "does evidence undermine religion" on BBC One's "The Big Questions" on Sunday 18th January 2015

20 January 2015

Arif Ahmed took part in a special debate on "does evidence undermine religion" on BBC One's "The Big Questions" on Sunday 18th January 2015. The programme is available to watch on the BBC iPlayer until Tuesday 17th February 2015


Read more at: More details on Tim Crane’s Templeton project here

More details on Tim Crane’s Templeton project here

6 January 2015

More details on Tim Crane’s Templeton project here: http://www.timcrane.com/templeton-project.html


Read more at: CSER contributes to the Government Chief Scientific Adviser's annual report for 2014

CSER contributes to the Government Chief Scientific Adviser's annual report for 2014

1 December 2014

Professor Huw Price and Dr Seán Ó hÉigeartaigh (Executive Director, CSER ) have contributed a case study on the risks of geoengineering to Innovation: Managing Risk, Not Avoiding It , the annual report for 2014 of the Government Chief Scientific Adviser, Sir Mark Walport.


Read more at: Rae Langton interviewed in Varsity

Rae Langton interviewed in Varsity

24 November 2014

Read the interview with Rae Langton in Varsity here .