The latest news from the Philosophy department
The Open Future
The Open Future: Why Future Contingents are All False.
Philosophy professor to deliver keynote speech at The Lemon Project
Professor Tommy Curry will deliver the keynote speech at The 12th Annual Lemon Project Spring Symposium at the College of William & Mary on Friday, 25 March.
Grief: A Philosophical Guide
Professor Michael Cholbi’s ground-breaking book examining grief is available now.
Oxford University Press names PPLS Professor’s paper as one the 'Best of Philosophy' 2021
Congratulations to Professor of Philosophy Tommy Curry whose paper appears in OUP’s list.
Philosophy professor secures £690k to lead on new research project
Professor Shannon Vallor to be principal investigator on a UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Programme: Responsibility Grant, funded by ESPRC
Philosophy professor among finalists in global breakthrough research competition
Professor Michela Massimi is among the finalists in the category Social Sciences and Humanities for this year's Falling Walls global competition
Philosophy and Psychology staff shortlisted for Teaching Awards
Sarah Stanton, Brian Rabern and John Dorsch have been shortlisted for the 2021 EUSA Teaching Awards
Alfred Edward Taylor Lecture
24th A. E. Taylor Lecture
Members of the Philosophy department reflect on David Hume Tower name change
Reflections on the David Hume Tower name change
Philosophy Professor Shannon Vallor leads new centre that bridges gap between tech and morality
How societies can innovate with technologies while having a firm ethical grounding is to be the focus of a major new hub.