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Philosophy in Prison, Jim Chamberlain - Impact at the University of Sheffield

Philosophy in Prison, Jim Chamberlain - Impact at the University of Sheffield

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The Value of an Arts and Humanities degree

The evidence of the value of Arts and Humanities degrees is compelling.Here at the University of Sheffield, we are highlighting how our highly skilled graduates are equipped to tackle current issues…

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Dual Honours Philosophy at the University of Sheffield

Dual honours students, Max, Myah and Sofia, explain how studying Philosophy alongside another subject can enhance your degree.

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Tightrope Walkers: Social Media, Equity, and Educational Practice

This keynote talk is by Dr David Webster - Head of Learning & Teaching Innovation at The University of Gloucestershire. Social Media is touted as a panacea for course engagement. As generational…

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Our Graduates - Ben Arscott

Sheffield graduates achieve amazing things across the globe, using their degrees to make a positive impact on society and change the world for the better. Ben Arscott graduated with a BA in…

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Our graduates - Ben Arscott

Sheffield graduates achieve amazing things across the globe, using their degrees to make a positive impact on society and change the world for the better. Ben Arscott graduated with a BA in…

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Introduction to "APS 327 - History and Philosophy of Science" by Professor Tim Birkhead

Professor Tim Birkhead gives an introduction to the module "APS 327 - History and Philosophy of Science", outlining its content, how it's taught and how it is assessed.

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Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source

Anna Dutton Discovery session 21st June 2017 - trimmed audio source A session to look at strategies for how we use our hub, and what the key stakeholders needs are

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In conversation with Professors Colin Renfrew and John Barrett part 4

John introduces the concept of cognitive archaeology and asks Colin what sort of information do cognitive archaeologists need to develop their thinking?

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Can dishonest science ever be justified....?

In this presentation, our students ask whether dishonesty in science can ever be justified, referring to famous cases where scientific evidence may have been falsified, looking at the cases of Gregor…

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Impact Factor on trial

In this presentation, our students use a courtroom drama setting to investigate whether "Impact Factor" is a justified and unbiased way to evaluate the importance and contribution of…

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An Embryological Carol

An Embryological Carol - The Persistence of Preformationism and its Downfall. Video by Amy Birdle, Gurveena Sungha, Steph White & Jack Taylor.

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Aristotle's Contribution to Modern Science

Join Aristotle, one of the most well known Pre Socratic Philosophers for a job interview to see if he would be suitable for the role of 'modern scientist'. By Paul Campbell, Chloe Short,…

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Becoming Like God: Plato on Ethical Ascent

Professor Angie Hobbs gave the first talk in our new series of interdisciplinary talks 'God and the Good: Thinking Religion and Ethics' on 11th October 2016 at Sheffield Cathedral.She…

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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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