Philosophy experts at the University of Birmingham are set to work with long-running US TV series Closer To Truth - exploring the big religious questions facing philosophers today.
Should psychopaths be blamed for disregarding others? Can they feel empathy and genuine concern? Jane Kisbey argues that psychopaths find it hard to consider the future consequences of their actions.
Joseph Houlders, supervised by Lisa Bortolotti and Matthew Broome, received an Honourable Mention for the prestigious Jaspers Award issued by the Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry.
Twenty-one unpublished academic papers by Professor J. Neville Birdsall have now been released in the University of Birmingham ePapers repository.
The #EverydayLookism Facebook Live series is three live panel discussions taking place in February and March 2021
Yujin Nagasawa writing on World Religion Day
Recent work by Birmingham Professor of Philosophy, Lisa Bortolotti.
Jocelyne Cesari's key note lecture at the University of Utrecht on 2 December 2020 is now available to download.
Debate, exchange of ideas, presentations, and networking opportunities on the topic of 'Mapping Global Pentecostal Issues'.
In a recent article for The Conversation, Lisa Bortolotti and Anna Ichino (University of Milan) discussed some of the mechanisms responsible for the spread of conspiracy theories on COVID-19
The timetable for the Twelfth Birmingham Colloquium with the theme of "Fragments" is released. This conference will run weekly online from January to March 2021.
Lisa Bortolotti and Kathleen Murphy-Hollies write for the IAI News.