We’re very pleased to announce that LSE has been ranked 4th in the UK for philosophy in the 2022 Guardian University Guide, climbing from 15th in the UK in the 2021 Guide.
We’re pleased to welcome Professor Alex Voorhoeve as our new Head of Department.
How should philosophical writing employ the first-person plural, “we”? Simon Glendinning reflects on his recent work on the philosophy of Europe.
We’re pleased to welcome Eilidh Beaton, Adam Lovett and Tena Thau to the Department as new LSE Fellows.
We’re pleased to announce that PhD student Nick Makins has been awarded the 2020/21 John Watkins Memorial Prize.
Lucy Campbell is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Warwick, specialising in epistemology and philosophy of mind. In this episode, we talk to Lucy about self-knowledge, sheepdogs, and pinhole photography…
On 5–6 September 2022, this conference will bring together international researchers working in philosophy of science to examine the “natural kind approach” to mental phenomena.
We’re pleased to announce that Christina Easton has been awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship by the British Academy for her new research project, Opening minds: A new analysis of tolerance for the classroom.
What does the evidence say about the effectiveness of statins and about the balance between effectiveness and possible adverse side-effects? John Worrall – a long-time analyst of evidence in medicine – has recently had personal reason to reconsider these questions.