University of Cambridge > > Thinking Society: What is Life?

Thinking Society: What is Life?

Add to your list(s) Send you e-mail reminders Further detail
Subscribe using ical/vcal (Help)

This series has past.

OUR EASTER 2007 LECTURE SERIES IS ‘The Place of the Intellectual’ please see the website or the list

The society aims to create a forum for lectures and discussion on a topic chosen each term. The name was chosen because the focus is on thinking together and not in one particular discipline or interest.

Each term a topic or question shall be chosen and speakers from the humanities and the sciences speak on this subject to provoke interdisciplinary dialogue.

Tell a friend about this list:

If you have a question about this list, please contact: Lloyd West. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.

0 upcoming talks and 5 talks in the archive.

Student Papers and Grand Discussion

What is Life?

UserGaurav Jaggi, Colin Higgins, Kevin Channon - Discussion.

HouseLloyd Room, Christ’s College.

ClockWednesday 14 March 2007, 17:00-19:00

What is Music? What is Life? and other unanswerable questions

What is Life?

UserDr Nikolaus Bacht, Research Fellow in the Faculty of Music.

HouseLloyd Room, Christ’s College.

ClockTuesday 13 March 2007, 17:00-18:30

Self-discipline as a way of life: Why would anyone eat only fruits and vegatables?

What is Life?

UserProfessor Matthew Kramer, Professor of Legal and Political Philosophy.

HouseLloyd Room, Christ’s College.

ClockFriday 09 March 2007, 17:00-18:30

Biological Reductionism: Does it describe life or Life?

What is Life?

UserDr David Summers, Head of Genetics Department.

HouseLloyd Room, Christ’s College.

ClockThursday 08 March 2007, 19:30-21:00

Incorporating Life into Philosophy: Dilthey, Bergson and Heidegger

What is Life?

UserDr Melissa Lane, Senior Lecturer in History.

HouseLloyd Room, Christ’s College.

ClockTuesday 06 March 2007, 19:30-21:00

Please see above for contact details for this list.


© 2006-2023, University of Cambridge. Contact Us | Help and Documentation | Privacy and Publicity