MT18, Week 4 (29 October — 4 November)
If you have entries for the weekly Digest, they must be recieved by Wednesday midday of the week before the event. Please send information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note that if no location is given, the event will take place in the Radcliffe Humanities Building on Woodstock Rd, OX2 6GG.
Notices - Events taking place elsewhere in the university and beyond
POP-Grunch | Philosophy of Physics Graduate Lunch | 1.15 - 2.45pm, Ryle Room
"Mathematical tools to frame one's thinking about spacetime" Martin Lesourd
The Oxford Kant Colloquium | 5.00- 6:30pm, Merton College, St Alban's Quad, Room 4.2b
Discussion of a paper by Andrew Chignell (Princeton).
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The Wolfson Ancient World Research Cluster | 5.30 - 7:00pm, Wolfson College Buttery
Professor Sir Richard Sorabji, Honorary Fellow of Wolfson, will be in conversation with Dr. John Sellars, former Wolfson Research Fellow and now Lecturer at Royal Holloway, Univ. of London, on the topic of:
"Surprises in studying the History of Philosophy in Greek and other cultures, West and East"
-- in the presence of the President, Sir Tim Hitchens.
A reception with drinks to follow.
The Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society | 5.00- 7:15pm, Woburn Suite, Senate House, UoL, Malet Street, London
"Normative Facts and Reasons" Fabienne Peter (Warwick)
Chaired by Jonathan Wolff (Oxford)
Free of charge and all welcome!
Free Film Screening: Stanley Kubrick's 'Paths of Glory' | 7:00pm, Auditorium, Wolfson College
Cecile Fabre, Professor of Political Philosophy at Oxford, will give an introductory talk to accompany the screening.
For full details and to reserve your place, please visit: www.fljs.org/PathsofGlory
St John's College Research Centre: Interdisciplinary Seminars in Psychoanlysis | 8:15pm, Lecture Room, St John's College Research Centre
David Russell, Corpus Christi College 'Facing reality with Marion Milner'
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GTC Medical Anthropology Film Group Special Event | 3:30-5:00pm, Barclay room, Green Templeton College
Sal Anderson presents her film: The Wounded Healer (Sal Anderson, 2017, 30’).
The documentary film 'The Wounded Healer' looks at the relationship between patient and psychiatrist focussing on the experience of Dr Ahmed Hankir, a psychiatrist with mental health experience. 'Stigma is killing people' Hankir says in his passionate crusade fighting for those with mental health issues. Through his personal journey in a life as both 'the wounded' and 'the healer' the film takes us into the subjective experience of 'The Wounded Healer' and Hankir's moving campaign to fight stigma. After working at the Natural History Museum in Paris, science-trained filmmaker Sal Anderson has followed a career producing and directing drama and documentary films. She is currently Reader in Interdisciplinary Science-Art Film at University of the Arts London.
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Seminar Series on Reproducibility and Open Research | 4.30-6.00pm, All Souls College: Old Library
Dorothy Bishop (Oxford): ‘Insights from Pychology on Lack of Responsibility’
All are welcome; refreshments will be provided.
Feminisms: Being a Woman and.... | Intersectional Discussion Group | 18:00 - 19:30pm, Ryle Room
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Graduate Ancient Philosophy Work in Progress | Sybill Pereira | 2:00pm, Somerville Lodge
GAPWiP is a regular meeting of postgraduates and early career researchers to discuss work in progress, each week is led by someone who presents their work, followed by a discussion.
All postgraduates in philosophy are welcome to attend and contribute to discussion.
Vagueness Reading Group | Epistemicism & Determinacy | 17:00 - 19:00pm, Ertegun House
Magidor, O. (2018) 'Epistemicism, Distribution, and the Argument from Vagueness', in Nous 52: 144-170. (We'll focus on Part A)
Reading Group: Proposal Attitudes (Philosophy of Mind) | 12:00pm, Seminar Room 1, St Anne's College
Reading: Michelle Montague's 'Against Propositionalism', Noûs, Vol. 41, No. 3 (Sep 2007), pp. 503-518.
Intended audience: graduate students, faculty members and visiting faculty
Annual Lecture of the British Society for the History of Philosophy | 6:00 - 8:00pm, Maison Francaise d'Oxford, 2 Norham Road
Sarah Hutton (York) 'Women, Philosophy and the History of Philsophy'
Open to all - no registration needed