News & Events - 2018

The UCD School of Philosophy invites you to an international workshop on Habit and Social Experience.

The workshop will be held on Friday December 7 and Saturday December 8, 2018.
Venue is the UCD Sutherland School of Law, William Fry Theatre (Room L143).
For booking details, see link above.

Conference Medical Ethics and Law at the End of Life

This is an international, inter-disciplinary conference bringing together different viewpoints on ethical, philosophical and legal issues arising at the end of human life (both the adult’s life and the child’s life).

Brian O’Connor- Podcast interviews.

Podcast interviews on his book Idleness: A Philosophical Essay (Princeton UP, 2018)

Workshop on Empathy, Vulnerability and Illness

Nov 16th 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. D522 Newman
Workshop co-sponored by UCD Centre for Ethics in Public Life (CEPL) and Universitas 21 Exchange between UCD and Nottingham University
Speakers: Ian Kidd (Nottingham), Danielle Petherbridge (UCD), Elisa Magri (UCD), Rowland Stout (UCD)

Recruiting for one fully funded PhD supervised by Assoc. Prof. Dragos Calma in his ERC project NeoplAT

Dr Dragos Calma, Associate Professor at University College Dublin, School of Philosophy, is recruiting one PhD student for his European Research Council Consolidator Grant entitled Neoplatonism and Abrahamic Traditions. A Comparative Analysis of the Middle East, Byzantium and the Latin West (9th-16th Centuries).

Truth to be Told: Understanding Truth in the Age of Post-Truth Politics

‘Truth to be Told’ is a UCD Humanities Institute public lecture series in response to the emergence of what is called a ‘post-factual’ world in which trustworthy models of discursive truth have been derided as old-fashioned, elitist and authoritarian.

Dr Dragos Calma (Clare College Cambridge), a recipient of ERC Consolidator Grant, joins UCD School of Philosophy

UCD School of Philosophy is pleased to announce that Dr Dragos Calma (Clare College Cambridge), a recipient of a prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant for the project Neoplatonism and Abrahamic Traditions, is joining the School as an Associate Professor in History of Medieval Philosophy.