The OUP Philosophy Festival 2015

The Oxford Philosophy group teamed up with Blackwell's Bookshop Oxford to celebrate Philosophy in all its diversity. From a philosophical balloon debate (where David Hume blew the audience away with
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The Oxford Philosophy group at OUP teamed up with Blackwell’s Bookshop Oxford to celebrate Philosophy in all its diversity. From a philosophical balloon debate (where David Hume blew the audience away with a song about the problem of induction) to panels dealing with war, gender, and the ethics of everyday life, we explored a huge variety of philosophical problems and had fun in the process. Here’s a few snapshots of what went on last week. OUP Philosophy Festival For one whole week, we celebrated the power and freedom of philosophical thought with the help of Blackwell’s Bookshop. Events ranged from a philosophical balloon debate, lunchtime ‘Philosophy Bites Back’ interviews, and a full day of panel discussions, debates, and talks with some of the most prominent and well-known philosophers of our time. Philosophy Lunchbites Nigel Warbuton, presenter. . .

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