The BSHP Annual Lecture features an accessible paper from a distinguished speaker in the history of philosophy. It is normally held in the autumn at a UK university. Attendance is free, and everyone is welcome.
Professor James A. Harris, University of St. Andrews
“How to write a history of philosophy? The case of 18th-century Britain”
12th November 2021, 6 p.m.
Cambridge (venue TBA)
This is currently planned to be an in-person event, although an opportunity for online attendance will also be provided.
All very welcome. Venue and registration details will be posted soon.
2020: Prof. Jan Westerhoff, "For your eyes only: the Problem on Solipsism in Ancient Indian Philosophy", delivered online Click here to watch a recording.
2019: Prof. MM McCabe, "Taking time to talk: Plato's Euthydemus on the metaphysics of conversation", University of Aberdeen
2018: Prof. Sarah Hutton, "Women, Philosophy, and the History of Philosophy", Maison Francaise d'Oxford
2017: Prof. John Cottingham, "Why the History of Philosophy Matters", King’s College London