The Philosophy Department's vision is to lead philosophical debates, contribute to the knowledge economy, and address global challenges from a philosophical perspective.
03 June 2020
Commentary by Dr Merten Reglitz
28 May 2020
On Thursday 7th May the Government rolled out its Covid-19 Contact Tracing App, however if government want to hold our data we need more clarity.
21 May 2020
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week we asked Professor Lisa Bortolotti her opinion.
14 May 2020
The University of Birmingham Philosophy Department shares 5 reading recommendations for times of crisis and contemplation.
30 April 2020
On the 25th April the Nuffield Council on Bioethics, put out a statement on Covid19, and the basics of democratic governance.
28 April 2020
Dr Jussi Suikkanen's new book Contractualism is published by Cambridge University Press on 27th of April 2020.
06 March 2020
Professor Bortolotti will be co-investigator in a one-year project entitled, "Agency, Social Identity & Justice in Mental Health: A Collaboration with Young People, Clinicians & Academics"
19 February 2020
Dr Nikk Effingham's new book published by Oxford University Press.
12 February 2020
Professor Alastair Wilson's new book on quantum metaphysics published by Oxford University Press.
31 January 2020
Professor Bortolotti will be giving talks in Germany and Denmark
20 January 2020
This weekend (19 January 2020) Professor Heather Widdows joined a panel of influencers to discuss 'the politics of ugliness' at Anti Diet Riot Fest.
14 January 2020
Paper by Dr Salvatore Florio, Birmingham Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, selected for OUP's Best of Philosophy 2019 collection.
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