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The 13th Roberts Lecture. University Teaching in a Post-Knowledge Age by Professor Neil Rackham

On Wednesday 27 March, the 13th Roberts Lecture was delivered by alumnus, honorary graduate and experimental psychologist Professor Neil Rackham. Professor Rackham’s lecture, ‘University…

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Family Pop-up Maker Spaces - Jackie Marsh

Getting creative with our experts! Jackie Marsh is Professor of Education at the University of Sheffield, her maker spaces feature a virtual reality exhibition, 3D printing and lots of maker kits for…

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Diminishment and Resistance: The Civil Power of Journalism

Journalism and the values it represents are under threat. In her inaugural lecture as UNESCO Chair on Media Freedom, Journalism Safety and the Issue of Impunity, Professor Jackie Harrison…

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Digital Commons: The University Student of 2022

For the first Digital Commons Seminar, we were delighted to be joined by a provocative and inspiring speaker, Bob Harrison. Bob has had extensive experience in schools and colleges as a teacher,…

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Lecture 11 - Gilligan's ethics of care

The ethics of care - Carol Gilligan and Lawrence Kohlberg.

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Lecture 10 - Nietzsche and Rawls's Theory of Justice

Further examination of the Eternal Recurrence, and the 20th century's most important political philosopher, John Rawls

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Lecture 9 - Nietzsche 1

An overview of Nietzsche - The Birth of Tragedy, The Transvaluation of All Values. and the Eternal Recurrence.

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Lecture 8 - Bentham and Mill

More on Bentham, and Mill's revisions to Bentham's hedonic calculus.

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Lecture 7 - Bentham

Bentham's ethics - The foundation of Bentham’s ethics is what he takes to be the fact that all sentient creatures are attracted to pleasure and recoil from pain.

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Lecture 6 - Kant 3

Further investigation of Kant

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Lecture 5 - Kant 2: The Categorical Imperative

Kant's application of the Categorical Imperative is examined.

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Lecture 4 - Kant and Hume

Going from the Ancient Greeks to the eighteenth century, this lecture starts to look at the work of Kant and Hume

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Lecture 3 - Plato and Aristotle

Both Plato and Aristotle argue that human flourishing is not to be achieved through the acquisition of material wealth and worldly power. They base their arguments on accounts of the human…

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Lecture 2 - Thrasymachus

Review of Callicles, and exploration of Thrasymachus' two main statements about justice.

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In conversation with Professor Jim Al-Khalili

University of Sheffield's Professor Tony Ryan turns the table on fellow scientist and author Professor Jim Al-Khalili, presenter of Radio 4’s Life Scientific. The acclaimed interviewer is…

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Sir Hans Krebs- Professor Dave Hornby

Dave Hornby, Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Sheffield delves into the history of Sir Hans Krebs, and describes his journey to Sheffield via Germany and Cambridge. Filmed at Krebs Fest.

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