Plato Reading Group | 14:00–16:00 | Online
This term, we continue reading the Theaetetus. At the start of the term, we were at 168c5; the specific section of the week is sent around by email in advance. Each session is led by a person appointed in the preceding session, preparing the translation of the agreed-upon section of the text especially diligently. The sessions consist in the presenter’s translation of the passage and discussion of whatever interesting or uncertain point that arises, whenever it arises. We use the Greek text (OCT) as the basis for our discussion, and everybody should have prepared the week’s section in advance. People who do not know Greek or are just starting to learn it are welcome to attend.
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AI and Human Rights: Promise and Peril for the 21st Century | 18:00 | Webinar
The Vice-Chancellor of Oxford, Professor Louise Richardson invites you to join a webinar featuring the first Director of Oxford’s Institute for Ethics in AI, Professor John Tasioulas moderated by Mr. Thomas L. Friedman, The New York Times, with welcoming remarks by Mr. Stephen A. Schwarzman.
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