News in Philosophy
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.
Reinier Schuur won the contest with an essay on the puzzle of addiction in November 2022.
On 25th November 2022 in Geneva, Lisa Bortolotti will be a speaker at a special event, EMOTIONS, organised by Brain Circle Italia.
Lisa Bortolotti (PTR) and Matthew Broome (IMH) are investigators in an exciting new collaborative project funded by UKRI.
Influence of fake news is undermining public trust in democratic institutions, regardless of whether people believe it or not, new research finds.
This public event on loneliness and mental health, was sponsored by the Royal Institute of Philosophy. Videos of the three talks are now available.
Are you an artist or poet interested in the philosophical problem of evil? The Global Philosophy of Religion project seeks submissions for a December exhibition
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