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1. Darwin and the Ancient Earth: Dinosaurs and the 'Deep Past' in the 19th-Century Imagination

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Why was the young Darwin's fascination with geology so important for his later work? And why was prehistory so popular in early nineteenth-century Britain? A podcast with...

Collection: The Fitzwilliam Museum Podcasts

Institution: Fitzwilliam Museum

Created: Fri 5 Jun 2009


7. Evolving Philosophy: With Professor Philip Kitcher

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Can Darwinian ideas of evolution and adaptation really explain why we are how we are? Philosopher of science Professor Philip Kitcher explores the insights - and pitfalls - that...

Collection: The Fitzwilliam Museum Podcasts

Institution: Fitzwilliam Museum

Created: Tue 7 Jul 2009


Against Frontloading

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A talk given by Richard Heck (Brown) at the Moral Sciences Club on 19th January 2016.

Collection: Moral Sciences Club

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Wed 20 Jan 2016


An Agnostic's Perspective on the Philosophy of Science and Religion

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Talk given by Dr Mark Vernon as part of the Science, Religion and Atheism Course

Collection: Faraday Institute Lectures

Institution: Faraday Institute

Created: Tue 10 Apr 2012


Animal Suffering: Theological and Philosophical Perspectives

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Lecture given by Prof. Michael Murray and Prof. Jeff Schloss as part of Summer Course 6

Collection: Faraday Institute Lectures

Institution: Faraday Institute

Created: Thu 25 Aug 2011


A Philosopher's Perspective on Anthropic Fine-Tuning

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Research Seminar given by Dr Tim Mawson on 26th October 2010

Collection: Faraday Institute Lectures

Institution: Faraday Institute

Created: Mon 1 Nov 2010


A Philosophical Perspective on Free-Will

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Talk given by Prof. Peter van Inwagen as part of summer course 7

Collection: Faraday Institute Lectures

Institution: Faraday Institute

Created: Thu 9 Aug 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


A Theist's Perspective on the Philosophy of Science and Religion

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Talk given by Prof. Keith Ward as part of the science, religion and atheism short course

Collection: Faraday Institute Lectures

Institution: Faraday Institute

Created: Tue 10 Apr 2012


Beauty and power: response-dependence in aesthetic properties

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A talk given by Vid Simoniti (Cambridge) at the Moral Sciences Club on 3rd May 2016.

Collection: Moral Sciences Club

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Fri 6 May 2016


Behind Marx’s “hidden abode”: toward a gender-sensitive conception of capitalism

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Professor Nancy Fraser, Henry A. and Louise Loeb Professor of Political and Social Science and Professor of Philosophy at The New School, New York,
gives the Lent 2014 Diane...

Collection: University of Cambridge Centre for Gender Studies

Institution: Centre for Gender Studies

Created: Wed 19 Mar 2014


'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


Can Religion be as Rational as Science?

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Talk given by Prof. Roger Trigg as part of short course 9

Collection: Faraday Institute Lectures

Institution: Faraday Institute

Created: Wed 14 Mar 2012


Cognitive Science, Philosophy and Faith

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Talk given by Prof. Roger Trigg as part of short course 27, April 2014

Collection: Faraday Institute Lectures

Institution: Faraday Institute

Created: Thu 24 Apr 2014


'Curing the Madness of the Intergovernmental World': Professor Philip Allott

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This lecture was given as the Alec Roche Lecture 2006 at New College, Oxford, under the title 'The Idea of International Society'.

Professor Allott re-recorded the lecture on...

Collection: Cambridge Law: Public Lectures from the Faculty of Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Tue 22 Jul 2014


'Curing the Madness of the Intergovernmental World': Professor Philip Allott (Audio)

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This lecture was given as the Alec Roche Lecture 2006 at New College, Oxford, under the title 'The Idea of International Society'.

Professor Allott re-recorded the lecture on...

Collection: Cambridge Law: Public Lectures from the Faculty of Law

Institution: Faculty of Law

Created: Tue 22 Jul 2014


Developments in Neuroscience and Human Freedom: Some Theological and Philosophical Perspectives

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Talk given by Prof. Alan Torrance as part of summer course 3

Collection: Faraday Institute Lectures

Institution: Faraday Institute

Created: Fri 3 Feb 2012


Does fictionalism rest on a mistake?

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A talk given by Kyle Mitchell (Cambridge) at the Moral Sciences Club on 3rd February 2015.

Collection: Moral Sciences Club

Institution: Faculty of Philosophy

Created: Thu 5 Feb 2015


Does the Universe need God?

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Public lecture given by Prof. Hans Halvorson

Collection: Faraday Institute Lectures

Institution: Faraday Institute

Created: Thu 30 Jan 2014


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