- Monday 16th November; 7pm; Usher’s, West Nicolson St. (Map)
We’re normally at the back table. Grab a coffee/pint and join us for some philosophical discussion. NO assumed knowledge and all are welcome! You can also follow the discussion on twitter.
- Tuesday 17th November; 7pm; Usher’s, West Nicolson St. (Map)
This week’s reading: Frantz Fanon’s The Wretched of the Earth – specific pages will be posted on the PhilSoc Facebook group soon.
Our Reading and Film Groups begin with a film every three weeks, followed by two weeks of readings on a related topic. NO assumed knowledge.
- Thursday 19th November; 2pm until 4pm; Room 6.01, Dugald Stewart
Our academic support officer will be holding Open Access office hours. Open to all undergraduate philosophy students with focus on pre-honours. Come along at any time with queries such as class content (including logic), tutorial readings, class essays and exams, and general peer support.
- Thursday 19th November, 6:15pm; Lecture Theatre 4, Appleton Tower.
Speaker: Dr. Andrew Ward, University of York
Title: “How sceptical is Hume’s account of personal identity?”