In this first session, Dr. Sven van de Wetering discusses the foundations of psychology and the main debate surrounding epistemology in the field.
Benjamin Franklin said “those that would sacrifice essential liberty for a little temporary security deserve neither liberty nor security.” John Adams echoes that “Those who trade…
In a time of crisis, journalism cannot just be independent, but must challenge its own assumptions and fundamental beliefs to inspire the necessary change.
Tolerance is the universal religion that must be taught and valued within our communities, particularly during this time of social and cultural division.
Dr. Alexander Douglas specialises in the history of philosophy and the philosophy of economics. He is a faculty member at the University of St. Andrews in the School of Philosophical, Anthropological and Film Studies. In this series, we will discuss the the philosophy of economics.