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The HPP is pleased to announce Rob Hoveman's (Central European University) upcoming talk 'Does Perceptual Naive Realism Solve the Hard Problem of Consciousness?' 

Time: 16:30-18:00, Thursday, 20th February

Venue: University College, Oxford; Goodhart Seminar Room


The HPP is pleased to announce the upcoming debate between Philip Goff (Durham University) & Alex Moran (Oxford University) 'Panpsychism and Naïve Realism: Grounding the Qualitative' 

Time: Wednesday 19th February 2020, 4.30 – 6.00

Venue: University College, Oxford;...

On 26 February 2020, David S. Oderberg (University of Reading) delivered a talk entitled 'Recovering the Hierarchy of Being' at the 2019-2020 Humane Philosophy Project/IRC seminar series.

Video footage of this event will be uploaded to the media page.

Abstract: The idea...

On 28 February Alex Moran (University of Oxford) delivered a talk entitled 'Knowing the Qualitative: Colour, Consciousness, and Objectivity' at the University of Warsaw. 

Abstract: Frank Jackson's famous "Mary argument", which aims to show that physicalism, construed as...

Professor Sir Roger Scruton died on 12 January 2020. Scruton was a supervisor and later a colleague of all three organisers of the Humane Philosophy Society and many times contributed to the Humane Philosophy Project including delivering the final address at its inaugu...

On 28 January, Alex Moran (University of Oxford) delivered a talk entitled "On the Evil of Death" at the Humane Philosophy Project's London series, organised in association with the University of Buckingham.

Time: 6:00pm-7:15pm followed by a wine reception

Venue: Humanit...

On 29 January 2020 Jean-Pierre Lasota (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris; Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomy Centre, Warsaw) will deliver a talk entitled "The End of Physics as We Knew It" at the 2019-2020 Humane Philosophy Project/IRC seminar. 

Time: 5:00pm-6:15pm...

Saša Horvat (University of Zagreb) delivers his talk 'Contemporary Scientific Explanations of Religion', at the HPP/Ian Ramsey Centre's 2018-2019 seminar series. 

Abstract: The last few decades have been marked by numerous scientific studies and projects on human r...

On 26 November, Saša Horvat (University of Zagreb) delivered a talk entitled “Contemporary Scientific Explanations of Religion: Problems and Perspectives” at the HPP/Ian Ramsey Centre's 2019-2020 seminar series.

Video footage of this event will be uploaded to the media...


On 27 November, Tomasz Placek (Jagiellonian University) will deliver a talk entitled “A No-Go Result for a Relativity-Proof Dynamic Concept of Time” at the HPP/Ian Ramsey Centr...

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