Contemplating the act of thinking
When contemplating, one is always thinking of something; the good life, a just society, the difference between perception and reality, the function of language, the methods of science, and the worth of culture. Philosophy examines what we actually do when we think of such important issues.
The Spinoza Lectures are given by high-profile thinkers of our time.
Professor Sally Haslanger holds the Spinoza Chair 2015First lecture 9 April
Staff Philosophy 2013-2014