Forthcoming events

Decisions at the end of life: Halachah (Jewish law) meets reality?

Decisions at the end of life: Halachah (Jewish law) meets reality?

Date
10/02/2016
Description
Rabbi Dr Margaret Jacobi and Mr David Gourevitch will jointly give a lecture for MOSAIC.
What is the basis of social cognition? On behaviour-reading, mindreading, and nativism

What is the basis of social cognition? On behaviour-reading, mindreading, and nativism

Date
22/02/2016
Description
Philosophy Society Seminar given by Emma Borg (Reading).
Understanding gender in the apocalyptic and utopian thinking of so called Islamic State

Understanding gender in the apocalyptic and utopian thinking of so called Islamic State

Date
23/02/2016
Description
Centre for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies Seminar given by Dr Catherine Brown (Department of Theology and Religion, University of Birmingham).
Optimism – Its nature, causes and effects

Optimism – Its nature, causes and effects

Date
25 - 26/02/2016
Description
The Costs and Benefits of Optimism project presents a workshop on the nature, causes and effects of unrealistic optimism.
Thinking locally: continuity and change

Thinking locally: continuity and change

Date
01/03/2016
Description
Lecture 1 of The Cadbury Lectures series 2016 given by Professor Grace Davie (University of Exeter).
Philosophy Work in Progress  Seminar

Philosophy Work in Progress Seminar

Date
02/03/2016
Description
Philosophy Work in Progress Seminar given by Darragh Byrne.
Rethinking the metropolis: the unexpected can and does happen

Rethinking the metropolis: the unexpected can and does happen

Date
03/03/2016
Description
Lecture 2 of The Cadbury Lectures series 2016 given by Professor Grace Davie (University of Exeter).
Credibility assessment in asylum interviews: a case of epistemic exploitation?

Credibility assessment in asylum interviews: a case of epistemic exploitation?

Date
07/03/2016
Description
Philosophy Society Seminar given by Megan Blomfield (Bristol).
Displaying 1 to 8 of 18
Previous 1 2 3 Next