(In Parenthesis) is…. welcome sentence about the project utem consul appetere. Vim et natum salutatus prodesset. Mea probatus reprimique ne, ei ipsum offendit eam, te sanctus propriae assueverit qui. Ut hinc quodsi doctus ius.

Notes from a Biscuit Tin – A Year-Long Centenary Celebration of the Philosophy & Poetic Vision of Mary Midgley

We were so sad to lose Mary last year, just a month after her 99th birthday. We will mark what would have been her 100th birthday by beginning a year-long commemoration and celebration of her philosophical and poetic vision. Notes from a Biscuit Tin, supported by a...
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Irish Young Philosopher’s Awards – We have a Winner!

We were thrilled to be part of the Irish Young Philosopher’s Awards Festival this year, created and run by In Parenthesis friends and collaborators Aine Mahon and Danielle Petheridge. The event was presided over by Irish president Michael D. Higgins, who, in...
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Rachael Wiseman & Jane Heal discuss Anscombe for the BA Great Thinkers Podcast series

Jane Heal FBA and Dr Rachael Wiseman discuss highlights of Anscombe's exceptional life, including working with Wittgenstein, pioneering ‘action theory’, and taking a stand against a US President....
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Join us at the British Academy Summer Showcase!

We can't wait to share our project at the British Academy Summer Showcase, 21-22 June 2019. Here's a blog post we wrote for them! https://www.thebritishacademy.ac.uk/blog/summer-showcase-2019-women-philosophy-everyday-life Hope to see you...
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Why the world needs Iris Murdoch’s philosophy of ‘unselfing’

We were delighted to talk with Joe Humphreys at the Irish Times about Iris Murdoch's philosophy and our #philosophybypostcard with An Post. Read the interview and find out more here!...
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Wartime Quartet Royal Institute Reading Group – Some Reflections

by Ana Barandalla   We have completed the Wartime Quartet Reading Group in London, where it has run alongside the Friday Lectures at the Royal Institute of Philosophy from October 2018 to March 2019. I’m not sure what my expectations were at the outset, but...
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