(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.

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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Mapping the Quartet! Coming Soon!

We're thrilled to announce a new IP project powered by a British Academy Rising Star Award awarded to Clare - Mapping the Quartet! We're working with SHEDCODE and Morph Creative to build a responsive web application which allows users to: (1) Browse people’s...
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Clare at the Royal Institute of Philosophy

Clare was at the Royal Instite of Philosophy, presenting her paper 'Depicting Human Form'. You can watch her talk, along with others in this wonderful series on the Quartet, on the Royal Institute of Philosophy Youtube channel!...
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Mary Midgley: An Introduction, by Greg McElwain – pre-order now!

Dr Greg McElwain's Mary Midgley: An Introduction is due for release on November 14. We can't wait! Greg tells us: This book grew out of eight years of research and interviews with the late Mary Midgley. It was written with students in mind, though I hope there is...
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Philosophy by Postcard! Celebrate Murdoch’s centenary with us!

To celebrate the centenary of Murdoch An Post are issuing a beautiful commemorative stamp on 15th July 2019. Join An Post and In Parenthesis to celebrate Murdoch's philosophy, literature, and love of letter-writing by participating in an international #SlowPhilosophy...
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Rachael at the Royal Institute of Philosophy

Rachael was at the Royal Instite of Philosophy, presenting her paper 'Anscombe on Brute Facts and Human Affairs'. You can watch her talk, along with others in this wonderful series on the Quartet, on the Royal Institute of Philosophy Youtube channel!...
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