The Philosophical Society and Jowett Society provide a forum for the discussion of philosophical issues by members of the faculty.
The Jowett Society dates back to the nineteenth century and was named in honour of Benjamin Jowett. Previous speakers include Russell, Wittgenstein, and Davidson. All are welcome to attend. After the talks all are invited to socialise and continue discussion over drinks in the Colin Matthews Room. If you would like to join for dinner after the drinks reception, please email Alexander Gilbert.
Seminars ordinarily take place on Fridays, 3.30-5.30pm in the Lecture Room at the Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Rd. The seminar is hosted by either the Philosophical Society or the Jowett Society.
Philosophical Society Convenors: Prof Paul Elbourne and Dr Ralf Bader
Jowett Society Organising Committee: Alexander Gilbert, Charlotte Figueroad, Harry Alanen, Jonathan Egid, Kevin Gibbons, Laurenz Casser, Matthew Hewson, Michael Bruckner, Tomi Francis, and Wen Kin San. | Jowett Society Website