Philosophy Sixth-Form Conference

A-Level students from the Kent region will be on campus this week to attend the School of European Culture and Language’s Philosophy Sixth-Form Conference, on Wednesday 18 October 2017.

Staff from the Department of Philosophy will be delivering sessions to give a taster for studying these subjects at university level. A mixture of seminars and plenary sessions are offered throughout the day, including such tempting titles as ‘Becoming a New Person’, ‘Do We Have Any Duty to Obey Our State’s Laws?’, ‘Who Wants to Live Forever’, ‘I Want to See Him Suffer: Pain, Punishment and the Law’, and ‘Democracy, the EU and Brexit’.

The day will run from 10.00am, with five half-hour seminars and a campus tour.

Participating members of the Department include Dr Alexandra Couto, Dr Graeme Forbes, Dr Edward Kanterian, Dr Lauren Ware and PhD student Alyx Robinson. The conference will be introduced by the Head of Department, Dr Todd Mei.

If you would like further information on participating, please contact Mary Daly.

For the full programme of events, please see the event page.