Nigel Warburton's series of Philosophy in the Bookshop events continues at Blackwell's Bookshop, Oxford on Saturday 7th January 2017, when he will be speaking to Julian Baggini about his recent book The Edge of Reason.This will take place in the Norrington Room. It is a free event and all are welcome. MOre about Blackwell's Bookshop, Oxford here.
Nigel is standing for election as a non-executive director of ALCS (Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society), an organisation which distributes around £30 million a year to writers (and by end of 2017 anticipates having distributed a total of half a billion pounds to writers in its 40 years). Nigel was proposed by Mark Haddon and seconded by Hanif Kureishi. Please do vote for him if you are a member of ALCS (which you should be if you are a writer of any description, including academic, as you will very likely be eligible for payments). The closing date for votes is 23rd December 2016.
The recent book edited by David Edmonds, Philosophers Take on the World (OUP), has been reviewed here.
Our third book based on the Philosophy Bites podcast, Philosophy Bites Again OUP), is now in paperback.
David Edmonds has a new podcast: Philosophy247
Nigel Warburton has a new podcast: Philosophy Sites
Happy Holidays from us!