Just published: Big Ideas in Social Science (SAGE publishing) edited by David Edmonds and Nigel Warburton - this is based on the podcast series Social Science Bites and consists of modified transcripts of 18 interviews with social scientists, including Kate Pickett, Jonathan Haidt, Stephen Pinker, Ann Oakley, Robert J. Shiller, Bruce Hood, Robin Dunbar, David Goldblatt and others.
On 14th January 2016 Nigel Warburton will be interviewing Philosophy Bites interviewee Luciano Floridi (who advised Google on the so-called right to be forgotten), author of The Fourth Revolution, at Second Home in London on Technology Tomorrow: The Future of Artificial Intelligence. Tickets are available here.
On 6th February 11am - midday in the Philosophy section of Blackwell's Bookshop in Oxford, Nigel Warburton will be interviewing Stephen Law, author of the Philosophy Gym and the Philosophy Files. This is a free event, the first in the Philosophy in the Bookshop series Further information here.
Nigel Warburton will be leading a 4-session course at Tate Modern Philosophy-Art-Society on Monday evenings from 15th February - 7th March. Further details and booking here.
On 26th February Nigel Warburton will be speaking at a conference on Personal Identity at a colloquium held at Lisbon University, Portugal O que é a Identidade Pessoal?
On 10th March Nigel Warburton will be speaking at the 11th Palliative Care Congress in Glasgow on the topic What Can Philosophy Teach Us About Dying Well?