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Recorded lectures from the Faculty of Philosophy

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Recorded lectures from the Faculty of Philosophy

    Professor Huw Price Inaugural Lecture

    Professor Huw Price Inaugural Lecture

    Professor Huw Price delivers his inaugural lecture as Bertrand Russell Professor of Philosophy: Where would we be without counterfactuals?
    Recorded on 1st November 2012.

    • 56 min
    Professor John Marenbon Inaugural lecture: When was Medieval Philosophy?

    Professor John Marenbon Inaugural lecture: When was Medieval Philosophy?

    Professor John Marenbon Inaugural lecture: When was Medieval Philosophy? Recorded 30 November 2011.

    • 47 min
    What is Distinctive About Human Thought?

    What is Distinctive About Human Thought?

    Professor Tim Crane gives his inaugural lecture as Knightbridge Professor of Philosophy: What is Distinctive About Human Thought?

    • 49 min

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The neo-Marxist philosopher Antonio Gramsci wrote, “Cede to me a carton of bologna and I will keep the carton and give the bologna to my comrade.” Evidently Gramsci didn’t care for bologna, yet these are words that have stayed with me. I find bologna acceptable (indeed, at times, I’ve actively sought it out), but on principle I will not buy in bulk, so this has been a pickle.

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