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Lectures, Workshops & Webinars

Lectures, Workshops & Webinars

Dr. Jessica Wilson participating in panel discussion - A Theory of Everything - Mar 23, 2021 - All welcome

Our own, Dr. Jessica Wilson will be a panelist at the event, "A Theory of Everything?" organized by LSE's Forum for Philosophy

Date: Mar 23, 2021

Time: 2:00 - 3:15pm

Photo Credit: A. M. Cassandre, ‘Bijoux Modernes‘

The biologist Theodosius Dobzhansky wrote that nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution. Is there an even more general theory that can make sense of all the sciences? The various scientific disciplines each have their own methods, theories, and practices. This is the case even when different sciences try to explain the same phenomena. Can we translate between these distinct disciplines? What does this even mean? Might all of science be reduced to physics one day? Panel to discuss reduction, emergence, and the unity of the sciences.

Philip Ball
Science Writer and Editor, Nature
Vanessa Seifert
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Bristol
Jessica Wilson
Professor of Philosophy, University of Toronto

For any queries, email

All Welcome.


Guest Lecture by Dr. Patricia Churchland (UCSD) - Mar 8, 2021

The Neurobiological Platform for Moral Behavior

Guest Lecture by Dr. Patricia Churchland (UCSD) - Mar 8, 2021

Mark your calendars! The Association of Philosophy Students is proudly hosting a talk by Dr. Patricia Churchland next week via Zoom. Dr. Churchland will be summarizing some of the main points of her recent book, Conscience: The Origin of Moral Intuition (2019, Norton Press).
Join us
Date: Monday, March 8th, 2021
Time: 12pm (EST)
Topic: The Neurobiological Platform for Moral Behavior
Zoom information:
Meeting ID: 816 9266 9131
Passcode: 971155

Publishing in Bioethics Webinar - Mar 25, 2021

Attention Biomedical Ethics Students: Want to get familiar with the publishing process?

Join Dr. Ariella Binik (McMaster University) and Dr. Angel Petropanagos (Impact Ethics) on Thursday, March 25, 2021 from 4-5pm for an informative webinar.

Email to register.





Applying to Philosophy Grad School Workshop - Oct 22, 2020

Considering grad school in Philosophy at U of T?

If so, join us on Thursday, Oct. 22nd from 5:00-6:00pm for our annual Applying to Grad School workshop. Our panelists for this event are:

  • Prof. Amy Mullin, Director of Graduate Studies

  • Prof. Peter King, Director of Undergraduate Studies

  • Andriy Bilenkyy, PhD Student

  • Jashan Mavi, MA Student

Please RSVP to by Wednesday, Oct. 21st.

A Zoom link for the event will be sent to all student who RSVP.