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Dr James Stazicker: connecting philosophy and science

James’ research into consciousness and sensory perception is crossing the boundaries between philosophy and science, and is discovering pressing questions for humankind around artificial intelligence. James teaches a first-year module on artificial intelligence at the University of Reading, which is … Continue reading

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Get Feedback on your essays!

This week, many module convenors will be holding additional office hours to offer students verbal feedback on their recent essays, as the next round of deadlines approaches. Here are some of the times: Tuesday March 08 James Andow: 1-3 Luke … Continue reading

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New Undergraduate Course Reps Elected

Following the recent elections, we are delighted to name the new undegraduate philosophy course reps: Philosophy Year 1: JAZZ CROOK, ALEXANDER SPANNER Philosophy Year 2: MATT NORRIS, KIM KOPEC Philosophy Year 3: ALICE TILSTON From the RUSU website: “Course Reps … Continue reading

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John Preston at the Philosophy Summer School in China

This Summer, Professor John Preston was Director of the Philosophy Summer School in China, which this year was on Philosophy of Science, and took place at Huaqiao University, in Xiamen, China. The three other members of staff were Prof. Ashley … Continue reading

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