Category Archives: Public Engagement

International Women’s Day – Eva Van Herel

We continue to celebrate #InternationalWomensDay by speaking with Eva Van Herel, Executive Support Administrator for the School of Humanities. Join in the conversation using  #UoRWomen. Area of work Executive Support Administrator at the School of Humanities. How did you get into … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day – Professor Emma Borg

Today is #InternationalWomensDay. To celebrate we are speaking to Professor of Philosophy, Emma Borg about her work in the philosophy of mind, language and pain. Join in the conversation using #UoRWomen. Research/teaching specialisation Philosophy of mind and language – in … Continue reading

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Podcasts by Hooker and Oderberg

After publishing articles in the Journal of Practical Ethics, Reading’s Professors Brad Hooker and David Oderberg recently gave informal interviews about the content of their papers. Brad’s paper is about The Elements of Well-Being, and David’s is about The Morality … Continue reading

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Why study philosophy? From one of our Reading philosophy alumni

I can’t think of a better degree than philosophy for anyone who wants to stretch themselves, learn to form cogent arguments and to think big picture. The beauty of philosophy is that it encourages you to dig a bit deeper, … Continue reading

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Podcast by Prof. David Oderberg on the morality of reputation and judgment

Prof. David Oderberg is interviewed by David Edmonds (one of the producers of Philosophy Bites) on his new article ‘The Morality of Reputation and the Judgment of Others’ in the Journal of Practical Ethics 1 (2013).

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Institute of Arts & Ideas philosophy videos

There are videos of some interesting debates and talks about philosophical issues here, on the Institute of Arts and Ideas website.

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