Are We Sure About Mind?

And if we think we are, then with whom might we share the ‘mind space’? Could it include, for example, animals? These and other questions relating to mind will be pursued in discussions at a workshop sponsored by the Philosophical Society’s Northern Group on 6th … Continue reading

A Record of Philosophy

Saturday 8th September saw a convening of the French philosophy conference at Conway Hall in London. If you missed it that’s unfortunate, but even if you did you can nevertheless listen to recordings of the talks on the Philosophy@Newcastle website. These include: Sexual Desire in … Continue reading

Day Conference on French Philosophy

10am – 5pm, Saturday September 8th 2018 Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, Holborn, London, WC1R 4RL https://conwayhall.org.uk The aim of this conference is to discuss the development of and the fault-lines within the French philosophical tradition — its breadth and richness, its style, and its … Continue reading

Can Philosophy Help Psychiatric Patients?

A workshop to be held in Newcastle on 2nd June 2018.  In recent times the concept of mind has been at the centre of philosophical reflection. It is widely recognised, despite active and turbulent controversies, that we are working towards a non-reductive, yet non-dualist account … Continue reading

The Philosopher Volume CV, No. 2 Autumn 2017