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    Samuel C. Fletcher (Minnesota & MCMP): “Elvis has left the building”

Samuel C. Fletcher (Minnesota & MCMP): “Elvis has left the building”

15 July 2016|

 

Samuel C. Fletcher (Minnesota & MCMP): “Elvis has left the building”

Recorded at The Hole Shebang workshop, LSE, 15 July 2016.

The Hole Shebang brought together philosophers and physicists to discuss a recent debate surrounding interpretations of the Hole Argument.

This was a “satellite” workshop held the day before Foundations 2016, the 18th UK/EU conference on foundations of physics. Both […]

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    Oliver Pooley (Oxford): “Why we don’t need any more talks on the hole argument”

Oliver Pooley (Oxford): “Why we don’t need any more talks on the hole argument”

15 July 2016|

 

Oliver Pooley (Oxford): “Why we don’t need any more talks on the hole argument”

Recorded at The Hole Shebang workshop, LSE, 15 July 2016.

The Hole Shebang brought together philosophers and physicists to discuss a recent debate surrounding interpretations of the Hole Argument.

This was a “satellite” workshop held the day before Foundations 2016, the 18th UK/EU conference on foundations […]

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    James Ladyman (Bristol): “The Hole Argument and Homotopy Type Theory”

James Ladyman (Bristol): “The Hole Argument and Homotopy Type Theory”

15 July 2016|

 

James Ladyman (Bristol): “The Hole Argument and Homotopy Type Theory”

Recorded at The Hole Shebang workshop, LSE, 15 July 2016.

The Hole Shebang brought together philosophers and physicists to discuss a recent debate surrounding interpretations of the Hole Argument.

This was a “satellite” workshop held the day before Foundations 2016, the 18th UK/EU conference on foundations of physics. Both of […]

Darwinism and the Social Sciences (the Forum)

29 February 2016|

 

Darwinism and the Social Sciences (the Forum)

A growing number of researchers are applying Darwinian ideas to explain aspects of human society, but this work has long been controversial. Is a Darwinian theory of culture possible? If so, what should such a theory look like? In what ways should it differ from a theory of biological evolution? Does the […]

Jeremy Taylor: “Your Body By Darwin”

19 January 2016|

Jeremy Taylor: “Your Body By Darwin”

An evolutionary understanding of our bodies throws new light on why we get ill and how to cure disease. Jeremy Taylor reveals compelling insights from the rapidly developing field of Darwinian medicine.

Jeremy Taylor has enjoyed a long career in BBC public broadcasting, specialising in science. Now a science writer, this lecture is […]