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A Conversation with Tim Crane and Simon Blackburn

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Recording of Simon Blackburn, interviewing the new Knightbridge Professor, Tim Crane on 11th Feb 2010. Professor Crane talks about his connections with Cambridge, his philosophy...

Collection: A Conversation with Tim Crane and Simon Blackburn

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Mon 29 Mar 2010


Alumni Weekend 2012 - Tim Crane on What Do Animals Think?

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Alumni Weekend Saturday 22nd September 2012 - a talk by Professor Tim Crane on What Do Animals Think?

Collection: What do animals think?

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Mon 24 Sep 2012


Art and Morality

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A brief talk and discussion by Professor Derek Matravers on morally dubious works of art. Can a morally dubious work of art still be a great work of art? Recorded at the Alumni...

Collection: Art and Morality

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Mon 26 Sep 2011


'Better than the Stars': a radio portrait of F P Ramsey

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'Better than the Stars' was broadcast by the BBC in 1978. Copyright in it is retained by the BBC, and it is made available here by their permission and that of the contributors....

Collection: D H Mellor

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Thu 22 Oct 2009


'Better than the Stars': a radio portrait of F P Ramsey

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'Better than the Stars' was broadcast by the BBC in 1978. Copyright in it is retained by the BBC, and it is made available here by their permission and that of the contributors....

Collection: D H Mellor

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Wed 21 Oct 2009


Conceptions of Press Freedom

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Professor Onora O'Neill discusses philosophical conceptions of press freedom in historical and contemporary terms, raising some thought-provoking questions. Recorded Wednesday...

Collection: Conceptions of Press Freedom

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Mon 27 Oct 2008


Demandingness objections in ethics

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Paper given by Brian McElwee (University of St. Andrews). Moral theories are frequently rejected on the basis that they are too demanding. I aim to establish what structure...

Collection: Limits of Duty

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Fri 21 Jun 2013


Feeling For Others: Is Empathy the Answer to Ethical Problems?

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A talk by Rowan Williams entitled 'Feeling For Others: Is Empathy the Answer to Ethical Problems?' made at the Moral Sciences Club on 25th February 2014 in Trinity College,...

Collection: Moral Sciences Club

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Thu 10 Apr 2014


Festival of Ideas - Happiness and Sustainability

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Professor John O'Neill addresses two questions about sustainability: Is it possible to maintain or improve well-being without increasing consumption? Is it possible to extend the...

Collection: Happiness and Sustainability

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Mon 31 Oct 2011


Fiction, emotion and imagination

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Dr Cain Todd looks at the philosophical problem of why we have emotional responses to fictional artworks and whether there may be a distinctive class of 'aesthetic emotions'. ...

Collection: Fiction, emotion and imagination

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Mon 1 Nov 2010


G.E. Moore and Cambridge Philosophy

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Lecture on G.E. Moore given by Professor Thomas Baldwin at the Alumni Weekend Saturday 27th September 2008.

Collection: G.E. Moore and Cambridge Philosophy

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Mon 6 Oct 2008


How it Makes a Moral Difference that One is Worse Off than One Would Have Been

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A talk given by Michael Otsuka (LSE) at the Moral Sciences Club on November 5th 2013.

Collection: Moral Sciences Club

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Fri 22 Nov 2013


Inaugural Address: Reasons for Belief, Perception and Reflective Knowledge - Alan Millar

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Recording of the Inaugural Address: Reasons for Belief, Perception and Reflective Knowledge given by Alan Millar (Stirling) on Friday 11th July 2014.

Collection: Joint Session 2014

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Mon 18 Aug 2014


Inaugural Lecture: The Warrant of Induction

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This is D. H. Mellor's Inaugural Lecture as Professor of Philosophy in the University of Cambridge. It is archived in DSpace, at http://www.dspace.cam.ac.uk/handle/1810/3475.

Collection: D H Mellor

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Mon 13 Oct 2008


Kant’s moral theory and demandingness

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Paper given by Alice Pinheiro Walla (Trinity College, Dublin). This paper addresses problems arising from Kant’s distinction between perfect and imperfect duties. Firstly, I...

Collection: Limits of Duty

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Fri 21 Jun 2013


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