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.
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.
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.
It seems natural to picture viruses as individual microscopic entities, but might there be another more accurate way to think about them? In the first of this three-part series, Stephan Guttinger presents the case for a process view of viruses.
LSE is pleased to announce the winner of the 2020 Lakatos Award.
What is the influence of community on public health? Katherine Furman considers some of the social aspects of the pandemic.
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With fake news and disinformation seemingly thriving during the COVID-19 pandemic, J. McKenzie Alexander looks at the epistemology and psychology of fringe beliefs.