The Liverpool Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture Series
Philosophy goes to town!
The Liverpool Royal Institute of Philosophy Lecture Series is an exciting collaboration between the Philosophy Department of the University of Liverpool, the Royal Institute of Philosophy, and important cultural and civic institutions in the City of Liverpool. The Series provides a unique opportunity to hear world experts presenting philosophy that connects with the fabric and history of our City.
The series launched in October 2018 in partnership with the World Museum in Liverpool. Renowned Harvard scholar Michael Puett, Professor of Chinese History and Anthropology delivered a lecture ‘Chinese Philosophy and the Meaning of Life’ to celebrate the World Museum’s exhibition China's First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors.
This series of high-profile public lectures brings cutting-edge topics, and world-renowned philosophers, to the city of Liverpool. Watch this space for announcements and tickets for the next lecture in the series.
CANCELLED: Why Art Makes us Laugh and Cry
Professor Lydia Goehr, Colombia University, Friday 27th March 2020
PAST EVENT: Chinese Philosophy and the Meaning of Life
Professor Michael Puett, Harvard University, October 2018
EVENT: How Shall we Memorialise Covid Dead?
Professor Michael Cholbi, University of Edinburgh , February 8th - 5pm