(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.

CALL FOR PAPERS: Women in the History of Philosophy – SWIP UK Annual Conference

Women in the History of Philosophy – SWIP UK Annual Conference, Saturday 9th – Friday 22nd January 2021 Call for Papers Papers should be sent along with a cover sheet giving your full name, email address, institution, and the title of your paper to Alisa Mandrigin at...

Of Beasts and Men: Reflections on Nature Writing Workshops

This is a guest blog post by associate researcher, and Biscuit Tin philosopher, Mara-Daria Cojocaru. Mara is interested in...

Women philosophers and the politics of the everyday, yesterday and today

A guest blog post by In Parenthesis Associate Researcher, Dr David Loner. David is interested in the history of...

Philosophy by Postcard: Correspondence section goes live!

Between July and September 2019 members of the public were invited to send a postcard to Iris Murdoch at Blessington Street, Dublin. 100 of the postcards we received were selected and sent on to 100 waiting philosophers from around the globe. Each received a reply...

Intern Diary 4: One Picture, Many Thoughts

Amy is a summer 2020 student intern—this is a blog about her research, reading, and work. “Man is a creature who makes pictures of himself and then comes to resemble the picture.” (Iris Murdoch, “Metaphysics and Ethics”) I’ve been thinking about this insight from Iris...

Calling Young Poets!!!

As part of our Notes From a Biscuit Tin celebration of the life and work of Mary Midgley, we are looking for Young Poets to be inspired by Mary’s work on Philosophical Plumbing and Gaia. To help children to get started we have made some beautiful illustrated...