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Liam Kofi Bright (LSE): “The End of Analytic Philosophy?”
6 October, 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
This event will take place in-person, on LSE’s campus. However, it will also be possible to join remotely, via Zoom.
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Please note that these events are routinely recorded, with the edited footage being made publicly available on our website and YouTube channel. We will only record the audio, the slides and the speaker and will not include the Q&A section. However, any question asked during the talk itself will feature in the final edit.
The Choice Group seminars will kick off this year on 6 October, not with the usual format of a research presentation, but with a debate on the state of analytic philosophy.
Our very own Liam Kofi Bright will start things off by summarising the claims about the “End of Analytic Philosophy” he makes in a recent blog post.
This will be followed a response from Anna Mahtani and an open discussion.
Attendance is free and open to all, but there is only limited space for on-site participation. If you would like to attend in person, please register here.
It is also possible to join the meeting remotely, via Zoom. If you prefer to attend online, no pre-registration is required.