Thinking Differently in Philosophy

The ‘Thinking Differently in Philosophy’ Conference run on the 22nd of November was an interesting event in which eight speakers presented on the topic of thinking differently.

Thanks to all of the speakers, including our two guests, Tom Moynihan and Enrico Monacelli, and our six student speakers, many of whom were presenting in public for the first time.

We hope to run similar events in future years, giving our students the chance to see young thinkers in action, and to participate in formal academic events themselves.

Tom Moynihan – Thinking Differently for 50,00 years: A History of the Human Mind as Crucible of the Counter-to-Fact
Tom’s Q & A session.
Student Panel on ‘thinking differently’ (l to r) Izzy Mitcham, Valentina Di-Maio, Joshua Kaluba, Mary Redfearn
Enico Monacelli – The Genesis of Thought From Early Psychoanalysis to Negrastani’s Intelligence and Spirit

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