News in Philosophy
An exhibit entitled 'A Journey on the Philosophy of Misinformation' launched last week in The Philosophy Museum in Milan to combat fake news.
We spoke to four academics from across the College of Arts and Law about how their research is linked to climate change and what they hope to see out of COP28.
Lisa Bortolotti's latest monograph, Why Delusions Matter, has been published on 10th August by Bloomsbury.
Ester tells us about studying at the University of Birmingham, including her favourite modules and her most memorable moment as a student.
Lisa Bortolotti has spoken to Seiara Imanova about the notions of disorder and delusion in the philosophy of psychiatry for the Behind the Stigma podcast.
The School of Philosophy, Theology and Religion launched Voice Magazine, a year-long project to showcase research, analysis, opinion and thought.
A new book brings together original essays to celebrate the 100th birthday of the late philosopher, theologian, and anti-racism campaigner John Hick.
The College of Arts & Law remains amongst the best performing research-intensive universities in the world, according to the 2023 QS World University Rankings.
A new six-year study aims to prevent the ‘silencing’ of patient voices in the healthcare system.
To mark International Women's Day and Women's History March, women in philosophy at the University of Birmingham explain their research.
Dr Tania Riches co-writes for the Conversation.
Consciousness is what we most intimately know, yet its relationship with the physical world has puzzled scientists and philosophers for centuries.
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