The largest gathering of philosophers in the country is underway at the University
The 91st Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association started today at the School of Philosophy, Psychology & Language Sciences.
The three-day conference in philosophy is held every summer and this year the local organiser was our lecturer Aidan McGlynn.
First held in 1910, the Joint Session has taken place at nearly every major university in the UK and Ireland.
It attracts a broad range of important philosophers from all parts of the world.
The symposium format of the conference provides a rare opportunity to witness live and engaging debates between leading philosophers.
You may also be interested in viewing the full conference programme.
Watch out for our lecturer Debbie Roberts in Symposium V.
In ancient Greece, the symposium was a lively discussion that took place after a dinner party or a celebratory meal.