….or more specifically, ‘Really Trying and Merely Trying’. Dr Paul Faulkner (Philosophy, Sheffield University) introduced us to the connections between philosophy (and epistemology in particular) and running, last night, using the theory of knowledge to shed some light on the experience of running, and the experience of running to illuminate Continue Reading
This month, Cardiff Philosophy Cafe is four years’ old. Which means we’d like to take an opportunity to ask readers who’ve been to one or more Cafes to give us some feedback on the good and bad points of the setting and the format of the events, so we can Continue Reading
Just to announce that the Cafe now has its own Group on Facebook, which you can visit (and join if you have a FB account) by clicking here. Once you’re in, you can post things of interest to/interact and discuss issues with fellow CPC attendees, find out news about upcoming Continue Reading
This is the second of three posts on the relationship between mind and brain, which is being tackled again in this month’s Cafe. The first of these posts is here.
Welcome to the Cardiff Philosophy Cafe blog. Its aim is to provide an additional resource to help support and extend the discussions that take place at the Cafe. Links to interesting material, responses to the Cafe sessions, and multimedia relating to the Cafes will all be featured in the coming Continue Reading