We’re pleased to welcome Dr Bryan W. Roberts as the new Director of the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science.
How does the role of scientist relate to the role of policy-maker? Philip Thonemann looks at coronavirus science, public policy and the value free ideal.
It is with great sadness that we share the news that Michael Redhead, former member of the Department and Deputy Director of the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science, has passed away.
How can findings in virology help answer ontological questions of process and substance? In the final post in this series, Stephan Guttinger looks at viral life cycles and the role of intrinsic properties.
We’re pleased to announce the appointment of a new Assistant Professor, Kate Vredenburgh, who joins the Department in September.
Matthew Adler, Richard Bradley and Alex Voorhoeve, along with a number of other researchers, have written a policy brief on how to evaluate the wellbeing impacts of policies to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, to be presented at the Think20 forum later this year.
We’re pleased to announce that this year’s undergraduate prizes have been awarded to Gwyn Edwards, Keane Farley, Joshua Freeman, Dina Korzdorfer, Kerry Neitzel, Max Schachermayer and Alexander Sligo-Young.
What happens when a virus crosses species? Stephan Guttinger looks at viral jumps and the origins of pandemics.
We’re pleased to announce the publication of the second volume of our undergraduate student journal, Studies in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.