LSE Philosophy seeks applications for an Associate Professorship in Philosophy, to start 1 September 2022.
LSE Philosophy seeks applications for an Assistant Professorship in Philosophy, to start 1 September 2022.
We’re very pleased to announce that we have been ranked among the top departments in the world for Decision, Rational Choice and Game Theory.
On 13 January, LSE Philosophy will host the launch of the first volume in the BSPS Open book series: The Material Theory of Induction, by John D. Norton.
Dennis Dieks (Utrecht): “Identical quantum particles as distinguishable objects”
Particles in classical physics are individuals that can be distinguished by identifying physical properties. By contrast, in quantum mechanics the “received view” is that particles of the same kind (“identical particles”) cannot be distinguished in this way. This standard view is problematic, though: not only is it at odds […]
The scope of the UK’s Animal Welfare (Sentience) Bill is to be extended to include octopuses, crabs and lobsters, in response to a report by LSE Philosophy’s Foundations of Animal Sentience project.
On 11 March 2022, this one-day event will celebrate the life and work of Colin Howson.
Ann-Sophie Barwich is an Assistant Professor at Indiana University Bloomington, specialising in the philosophy of olfaction. In this episode we talk to Ann-Sophie about smell, Star Trek and the German punk band Die Toten Hosen…