|Michaelmas term 2014 Issue
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CPNSS welcomes its new visitors: Torbjørn Gundersen, Hlynur Orri Stefánsson, Na Wang, Francesco Webster de Luca, John Wigglesworth, Adrian Wuethrich and Romina Zuppone.
It renews its welcome to its continuing and returning visitors: Bruce Caldwell, Conrad Heilmann, Ben Ferguson, Roberto Fumagalli, Stephan Guettinger, Hykel Hosni, Stefan Schubert, Esha Senchaudhuri and Christopher Thompson. For further information on our visitors please see here.
The Department would like to congratulate Jonathan Birch and Anna Mahtani on their appointments as new Assistant Professors.
Events this Term
The CPNSS would like to invite attendees and
Submissions are invited from a range of disciplines
Prof. Jason Alexander (LSE): Inaugural Professorial lecture,
The Forum for European Philosophy would like to
The Philosophy Department would like to announce the Lakatos Award lecture events to take place on Tuesday 21st October and on Wednesday 22nd October.
The Lakatos Award Conference on Philosophy of Physics, 21st October in LAK 2.06, with talks by Gordon Belot (Michigan), Eleanor Knox (KCL), Laura Ruetsche (Michigan), Nicholas Teh (Cambridge/Notre Dame) and David Wallace (Oxford). Conference webpage.
Laura Ruetsche (Michigan): Developing the Scientific Image: The Quantum Darkroom, and David Wallace (Oxford): The Emergent Multiverse, Wednesday 22 October, 6:30-8pm, Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House. A reception will follow in the Senior Common Room, 5th floor Old Building.
Kazia Rezner (York): Causality in the modern approach to foundations of quantum field theory. Monday 27 October, 5.15-6.45pm, LAK.206. Sigma Club seminar series.
Bryan W. Roberts (LSE): Curie’s hazard: From electromagnetism to symmetry violation. Monday 24 November, 5:15-6:45pm, LAK 2.06. BSPS talks.
Catherine Elgin (Harvard): Fallibilism. Tuesday 9 December, 2-4pm, LAK.206. Popper Seminar series.
The new CPNSS office hours are 10:15am – 2:15pm, Monday through to