Welcome to PhilSoc

Welcome to the University of Edinburgh Philosophy Society. Our goal is to make philosophy accessible and interesting, to create safe spaces for people to learn about and discuss philosophy, and to expand their horizons. Every week we have a discussion group, a reading and film group, a guest lecture, and academic support. Whether you’re a full-time philosophy student or just peripherally interested, our society is bound to have something that’s just right for you.


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Week 2 Events:

Reading & Film Group
Monday, 26th September
7:00pm
Reading: Animal Liberation, a Triangular Affair, J. B. Callecott.
(Next week’s reading: Necropolitics, A. Mbembe)
Usher’s, West Nicolson St. (Map)

Discussion Group
Tuesday, 27th September
7pm
Topic: Free Will and Determinism
Usher’s, West Nicolson St. (Map)

Academic Support
Thursday, 29th September
2:00 – 4:00pm
Dugald Stewart Building (DSB) Rm5.01

Guest Lecture
Friday, 29th September
6:15pm (Doors from 6:00pm)
Dr Patrick Todd, University of Edinburgh
Title: “Grounding and the Open Future: Grounding the Open Future
David Hume Tower Lecture, Theatre B


Check out the links below for more information about our Weekly Events this semester:

Our Reading and Film Group is every Monday evening.

Our Discussion Group is every Tuesday evening.

Our Academic Support Sessions are every Thursday afternoon.

Our Lecture Series is every Thursday evening.

You can always find out more on our events page and on Facebook.