Past events

27
Feb
2024

Legitimacy Beyond the State

 This workshop aims to advance philosophical research on legitimacy as a normative (as opposed to merely sociological) concept. Philosophers have traditionally...
13
Feb
2024

Thinking From Everywhen: Philosophy, Indigenous Knowledge & Perspectives

This workshop asks how Western Philosophy should proceed if it takes seriously the challenge of decolonisation and of opening a respectful dialogue with...
08
Feb
2024

A Diversity of Human Factors in the Lifecycle of AI Systems

There has been a surge of recent interest in systematically incorporating considerations of participation and diversity in the design and evaluation of AI/ML...
13
Dec
2023

Dec 13 - TBC

Speaker TBC 12–1PM 13 DECEMBER 2023 Location: RSSS room 6.71 or online via this Zoom link Paper title, details for accessing the paper and session details...
07
Dec
2023

Neuroscience, Responsibility, and the Law

The law makes assumptions about how people think—how we reason, why we act, and what it takes for us to be responsible. Advances in neuroscience constantly...
07
Dec
2023

The continuum argument is invalid - John Broome

Speaker: John Broome Derek Parfit argues by means of something he calls a ‘continuum argument’ that a particular appealing premise in...
30
Nov
2023

The Unity of Dreams - Cecily Whiteley

Speaker: Cecily Whiteley When we are asleep, we are not uniformly unconscious — rather, our sleep is interspersed with bursts of conscious mental activity....

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