2019 Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture Series

The Exeter Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture Series is a series of public lectures focused on new, expansive and cutting-edge philosophy presented by early career researchers. In addition to the lecture, there is also a ‘pretalk’ session for graduate and undergraduate students, a unique opportunity to learn some of the background for the talk in an informal setting.

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6 January 202015:30

RIP Seminar Series: Haixin Dang (Leeds): Consensus and Disagreement in Science

Pre-Talk 1.30-2.30 / Public Lecture 3.30-5. Full details
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2 March 202015:30

RIP Seminar Series: Al Wilson (Birmingham): Emergent Contingency

Pre-Talk 1.30-2.30 / Public Lecture 3.30-5. Full details
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11 May 202015:30

RIP Seminar Series: Emily Thomas (Durham): Time and Subtle Pictures in the History of Philosophy

Pre-Talk 1.30-2.30 / Public Lecture 3.30-5. Full details
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