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This course covers a wide range of topics in philosophy, including materiality in the history of Christianity, social epistemology, love and pain, governance of science, formal logic, philosophy of economics, ethics, consciousness, free will, neurophilosophy, sociology of religion, theories of well-being, and more. Students will learn about logical paradoxes, the trolley problem, applied philosophy, global technography, ethics of machines, luck egalitarianism, theory change, and animal sentience. The course aims to enhance critical thinking skills, philosophical reasoning, and ethical decision-making. It is suitable for individuals interested in delving deep into philosophical concepts and exploring various ethical dilemmas and societal issues.


Materiality in the History of Christianity — Peter Jones / Serious Science.
The History of Laughter — Peter Jones / Serious Science.
Social Epistemology — Steve Fuller / Serious Science.
Love and Pain — Peter Jones / Serious Science.
End of Knowledge Steve Fuller.
What is first philosophy.
On the history of 'time' Andrew Haas.
Post-truth - Steve Fuller.
Governance of Science — Steve Fuller.
Dialetheic Solutions to the Liar Paradox - Stephen Read.
Formal Logic - Denis Bonnay.
Philosophy of Logic - Denis Bonnay.
Daniel Hausman — Philosophy of Economics.
Logic and Mathematics - Denis Bonnay.
The Liar Paradox - Stephen Read.
Logical Paradoxes — Stephen Read.
Ethics for an Age of Commerce – Deirdre McCloskey.
The Trolley Problem - David Schmidtz.
Сonsciousness and materialism - Derk Pereboom.
Applied Philosophy David Schmidtz.
Free will and moral responsibility Derk Pereboom.
Neurophilosophy and free will - Patricia Churchland.
Neurophilosophy and moral values - Patricia Churchland.
Neurophilosophy – Patricia Churchland.
Sociology of Religion – Peter Kivisto.
Theories of Well-Being — Daniel Hausman.
Snapshot Justice David Schmidtz.
Global Technography — Grant Kien.
David Edmonds - Ethics of Machines.
Daniel Hausman - Luck Egalitarianism.
Popper and Kuhn on Theory change — John Worrall / Serious Science.
Animal Sentience — Jonathan Birch / Serious Science.

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