The Last Hope Part 2: Dying Well and a World Without Me

12 June 2017|

In the second part of this series, Luc Bovens looks at a good death and a future without oneself.

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    Thomas Pradeu and Brian Epstein win the 2015 and 2016 Lakatos Awards

Thomas Pradeu and Brian Epstein win the 2015 and 2016 Lakatos Awards

5 June 2017|

The London School of Economics and Political Science is pleased to announce the winners of the 2015 and 2016 Lakatos Awards.

Prof Daniel Hausman to become Lachmann Fellow

17 May 2017|

We’re pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Daniel Hausman to a Lachmann Fellowship with the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, starting September 2017.

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    Philosophy of Language for Decision Theory Part 2: Indexicals and Vagueness

Philosophy of Language for Decision Theory Part 2: Indexicals and Vagueness

9 May 2017|

In her second post in this series, Anna Mahtani explores the parallels between philosophy of language and decision theory’s treatment of indexicals and vagueness.

Universal health coverage paper published in The Lancet

27 April 2017|

Following his work with the World Health Organisation, Alex Voorhoeve offers further guidance on the path to universal health coverage in this brand new article in The Lancet.

The Last Hope Part 1: A Worthwhile Life

10 April 2017|

In the first in this three-part series, Luc Bovens looks at death, immortality and the worthwhile life.

Prof Matthew Adler to take up Lachmann Fellowship

7 April 2017|

We’re pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Matthew Adler to a Lachmann Fellowship with the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, starting in September 2017.

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    Philosophy of Language for Decision Theory Part 1: Credences and Preferences

Philosophy of Language for Decision Theory Part 1: Credences and Preferences

13 March 2017|

Decision theorists and philosophers of language have a lot to learn from one another. In this post, Anna Mahtani looks at the use and interpretation of credences and preferences.

LSE Philosophy welcomes Liam Kofi Bright and Laurenz Hudetz

10 March 2017|

We look forward to welcoming two new Assistant Professors, Liam Kofi Bright and Laurenz Hudetz, who will be joining us in August 2018.

LSE Philosophy On Demand

7 March 2017|

Catch up with recordings of our public lectures, seminars and conferences on our brand new Watch and Listen page.