The 8th annual LSE-Bayreuth Student Philosophy Conference will take place 7-8 May 2021 online via Zoom, hosted by the University of Bayreuth.
Join us on 13 January for this free workshop on the future and the challenges of open access publishing in philosophy, organised by the Centre for Philosophy of Natural and Social Science.
From 11–13 September this online student conference will address philosophical issues in science and society, and the interactions between them.
On 21 November, this half-day workshop will address issues raised by Henk W. de Regt’s Lakatos Award-winning book, Understanding Scientific Understanding.
On 3–5 October, this three-day interdisciplinary workshop will addresses attitudes in various ways, ranging from philosophical to formal aspects, and from normative to empirical aspects.
This year’s LSE-Bayreuth student philosophy conference will take place 2–3 May 2019 at LSE.
On 10 November, this one-day workshop will look at the interpretation of (revealed) preferences and preference-based modeling in economics.
On 25 October, this half-day workshop will address issues raised by Sabina Leonelli’s Lakatos Award-winning book, Data-Centric Biology: A Philosophical Study.
On 24 October, this half-day workshop will address issues raised by Craig Callender’s Lakatos Award-winning book, What Makes Time Special?
On 12 September this half day conference will look at issues surrounding the UK’s financial regulations after it leaves the European Union.
Now it is official. The UK has given up the idea of passport for the financial industry in favour of “regulatory flexibility”. The Chequers Statement says that a deal should “provide regulatory flexibility where it matters most for […]