The Forum for European Philosophy Women in Science Event
Forthcoming events at the Forum
Patricia Fara/ Melissa Hines/ Cailin O’Connor
Women in Science: Past, Present, and Future Challenges
Beatrix Campbell/ Peter Hallward/ Edward Kanterian
The Worst Form of Government?
John Crace/ Catarina Dutilh Novaes/ William Outhwaite/ Jo Phillips
Reason and Rhetoric: The Ethics of Public Discussion
Larissa Conradt/ Elli Leadbeater/ Christian List
Hive Minds: Collective Intelligence in Humans and Other Animals
Havi Carel/ Tasia Scrutton/ Tom Stern
Can We Learn from Suffering?
Katherine Angel/ Kate Devlin/ Rebecca Reilly-Cooper
Future Sex: Technology, Desire, and the New Rules of Engagement
Julian Baggini/ Jesper Kallestrup/ Chris Norris/ Sarah Sawyer
Brain in a Vat and Other Stories: A Celebration of Hilary Putnam
Andrew Bowie/ Laura Cull Ó Maoilearca/ Andy Hamilton
Improv Your Mind: Philosophy, Music, and Making Things Up
John Cottingham/ Beverley Clack/ Tim Mulgan
Does the Universe Have a Purpose?
Fred Botting/ Steven Shakespeare/ Sarah Wood
Details of our events can be found here http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/theforum/forthcomingevents/
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