Lectures take place every Thursday at 6:15 pm in David Hume Tower (DHT), Lecture Theatre B. Our lectures are free to members and £2.50 for non-members. We also sell PhilSoc memberships at all of our lectures if you decide you would like to become a member. Doors open from 6pm and we suggest that you arrive 5-10 minutes early. If there is any change to this time for a special event, we will be sure to make this known.
There is an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the lecture. We usually go to a pub after our lectures for food and discussion with the speaker and you are very welcome to join us.
|Block 3||1||18-Jan||Prof Sarah Broadie||TBA||University of St Andrews|
|Block 3||2||25-Jan||Prof Mikel Burley||Philosophy of Religion||University of Leeds|
|Block 3||3||01-Feb||Prof Gonzalo Rodriguez-Pereyra||Resemblance Nominalism||University of Oxford|
|Block 3||4||08-Feb||Prof Rowan Cruft||Property Rights||University of Stirling|
|Block 3||5||Tuesday Feb 13th||Prof Graham Priest||Philosophy of Logic||CUNY|
|Flexible learning week|
|Block 4||6||01-Mar||Prof Alex Byrne||Philosophy of Logic||MIT|
|Block 4||7||08-Mar||Prof Tom Stoneham||Berkeley||University of York|
|Block 4||8||15-Mar||Dr Tina Rock||Ancient Philosophers||University of Dundee|
|Block 4||9||22-Mar||Prof Julian Dodd||Philosophy of Music||University of Manchester|
|Block 4||10||29-Mar||Dr Alix Cohen||Kant on Epistemic Autonomy||University of Edinburgh|
|Block 4||11||05-Apr||Prof Simon Blackburn||TBA||University of Cambridge|