Prestigious Chandaria Lectures to be delivered by Professor Andy Clark
This year's prestigious Chandaria Lectures series will be delivered our very own Andy Clark, Professor of Logic and Metaphysics in the School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences.
The 2016 lecture series is entitled Prediction and the Embodied Mind, and will comprise of three 90 minute lectures held on the 18th, 21st and 25th October at Senate House, London. Topics will include 'Prediction Machines', ' Busting Out - Two Takes on the Predictive Brain', and ' The Future of Prediction'.
The lecture series, which are open to the public, are presented by The Institute of Philosophy, which was founded by the University of London in 2005. The Institute has been the home to the offices of the Aristotelian Society and the Society for Applied Philosophy since 1996, and it hosted the offices of Mind, the UK's leading philosophy journal, from 2000 to 2005. This accolade follows Andy's recent inclusion in the list of the 50 Most Influential Living Philosophers. The Chandaria Lecture Series are made possible as a result of a generous donation by entrepreneur and philanthropist Dr Shamil Chandaria.