Irish Philosophy ‘Work-in-Progress’ Seminar Series (online)

During this summer of cancelled conferences, workshops and other events, we are hosting an Irish Philosophy ‘Lock-In’ Work-In-Progress series. All sessions will be online and will not last more than an hour. The series is hosted in collaboration with Trinity’s new Centre for Justice and Values, Directed by Adina Preda. Several of the Centre’s members feature in this first set of speakers. We’re kicking things off with presentations by researchers from UCC, NUI Galway, and Read more…

CANCELLED: IPS Annual Conference 2020

We are sorry to report that the Irish Philosophical Society‘s 2020 conference has been cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. In lieu of that, we have organised a ‘Work in Progress’ seminar series, featuring a range of fascinating talks and the opportunity for Q&A with some of Ireland’s leading philosophers. See our events page for details. The full programme is available here.

IRISH PHILOSOPHICAL CLUB – Annual Conference 2020

The Club will hold its next meeting on Friday and Saturday, 27th and 28th March 2020 at the Boyne Valley Hotel & Country Club (http://www.boyne-valley-hotel.ie) in Drogheda (B&B Single Room: €80; Twin/Double Room : €105; Conference Dinner (Friday): €35.00) Programme:  Friday, March 27  7:00–8:30 Cara Nine (University College Cork)  Self-Determination and Functional Autonomy 8:30 Dinner  Saturday, March 28  9:00–9:30 AGM  9:30–11:00 Adina Preda (Trinity College Dublin)  Can Rights Conflict?  11:30–1:00 Kevin Scharp (University of St. Andrews)  Machine Learning and Philosophical Read more…

Annual Conference 2019

Our most recent conference, on philosophy of science, political philosophy and the intersection between them, was held on December 6-7 2019 at University College, Cork. Keynotes were: Alfred Moore (York), Zeynep Pamuk (Oxford) and Julian Reiss (Durham). It was a hoot and we all got smashed on Guinness and Beamish. Guinness is better but if you say that in Cork, they’ll lynch you. They also served Barry’s tea instead of Lyons, but in every life a Read more…

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