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Prof J McKenzie Alexander, Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at LSE, discusses game theory and the evolution of morality.
Is there one moral scheme that is true for all people at all times? Is it ours? No, and probably not; says philosopher Jason Alexander, as he explores the ...
Dr Alex Voorhoeve, Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method at LSE, discusses distributive justice and Universal Health ...
Alex Voorhoeve, Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Logic and Scientific Method, discusses why we need philosophers to help us question ...
In Plato's time, dialogues were one of the most popular forms of philosophical enquiry and writing. Alex Voorhoeve explains why he has chosen to construct his ...
Whatever happened to the bomb? Nuclear weapons never went away, we just stopped paying them any attention. We are now living in "the Second Nuclear ...
If our personal data is traded in milliseconds up to 70k times per day, what does this mean? Should we care? Are we aware? Does it matter? Is it possible to ...
Speaker(s): Professor Simon Hix Chair: Professor Craig Calhoun Recorded on 30 September 2015 at Old Theatre, Old Building With the countdown to a likely ...
In this video, Professor Mats Berdal reassesses the UN's involvement in the breakup of Yugoslavia and especially, its peacekeeping activities in Croatia and ...
Philosopher Mike Otsuka from the LSE briefly introduces himself and some of his research.