Brain and the Mind: Belief and the Brain. Jacqueline du Pre Music Building, St Hilda's College, 5.00-7.15 pm.
The St Hilda's Brain and Mind Series continues this term with Belief and the Brain.
Guest speakers will be Dr Guy Longworth (University of Warwick) for philosophy, Dr Ryan McKay (Royal Holloway) for psychology, and Dr Daniel Yon (Birkbeck) for neuroscience.
Please join us on Monday 24th October 202 2 - 5.00 until 7.15 pm in the Jacqueline du Pre Music Building, St Hilda's College.
Belief and the Brain is a free, live and in-person event where all are welcome.
Book Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/brain-and-mind-workshop-belief-and-the-brain-tickets-435725465597
The Roger Scruton Memorial Lecture Series, Sheldonian Theatre, 5.00 - 6.30 pm
Peter Hitchens on After Conservatism (with Daniel Hannan and Noel Malcolm)
The Roger Scruton Memorial Lecture Series, inaugurated last year, is dedicated to promoting the highest quality academic, political, and cultural discourse to a wide audience within the Oxford community. Tickets are required, but free. Everyone is welcome, regardless of student status or university affiliation.
The Oxford Pastorate, Reading Group - Iris Murdoch’s The Sovereignty of Good
Monday 24th October, 7th November & 21st November – 8pm, on Zoom.
A reading group for postgrads and ECRs to explore this text and it’s themes of attention, beauty, imagination, humility, perfection and the good.
This forms part of the Stella Aldwinckle Series - lectures, seminars and reading groups which focus on exploring philosophies of life in an interdisciplinary context.
Sign up is available here. Email email@example.com for more details.