The Sigma Club organises seminars and talks dealing with issues in the philosophy and foundations of modern physics. Meetings are held in the seminar room of the Centre for the Philosophy of Natural and Social Science (CPNSS) at the LSE (LAK 206) on selected Mondays 5.15-6.45pm (maps and directions).
Half an hour prior to the meetings tea is served in the CPNSS common room on the first floor of the same building. Both the meetings of the Club and the tea beforehand are open to everybody, free of charge, and no membership is required.
The Sigma Club was founded in 1987 by Michael Redhead in Cambridge. It moved to the LSE in 1997 when Michael Redhead became Centennial Professor at LSE. Speakers at past meetings of the Club include David Bohm, John Earman, Stephen Hawking, and Sir Karl Popper.
For further information please contact Roman Frigg, Miklós Rédei or Charlotte Werndl.