How Much Philosophy Does Measurement of Well-Being Really Need? Anna Alexandrova (Seminar, Durham, 27 May 2015)

How Much Philosophy Does Measurement of Well-Being Really Need? Anna Alexandrova (Cambridge University) CHESS Seminar in Science and Values May 27, 5-6:30PM Seminar Room, IAS, Palace Green. Abstract: If all theories of measurement agree on a single requirement it is that a measure of a phenomenon should be informed by our Read more…

“Deliberating Policy: Where morals and methods mix – and not always for the best” Nancy Cartwright Inaugural Lecture (28 October 2013, 6pm)

Professor Nancy Cartwright’s Inaugural Lecture is entitled “Deliberating Policy: Where morals and methods mix – and not always for the best” It will take place at St Mary’s College, Durham University on Monday 28th October 2013 from 6pm to 7pm. The lecture is free to attend and open to staff, students Read more…

Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS) Inaugural Conference (Durham University, Friday 18 October 2013)

Centre for Humanities Engaging Science and Society (CHESS) Inaugural Conference Friday 18 October 2013 Senate Room, University College, Durham University 1:30pm – 6.15 followed by a drinks reception Prof. Nancy Cartwright & Prof. Julian Reiss Introductions CHESS Directors, Durham University Prof. Philip Kitcher Irresoluble Uncertainty Department of Philosophy, Columbia University Read more…

Evidence in Healthcare Reform (Symposium, Geneva, 4-5 July 2013)

CALL FOR REGISTRATION: Evidence in Healthcare Reform Symposium at the Brocher Foundation, Geneva, 4-5 July 2013 Speakers: Alex Broadbent, Nancy Cartwright, Michael Marmot, Alfredo Morabia, Justin Parkhurst, Anya Plutinski, Jacob Stegenga, and Sridhar Venkatapuram. Organised by Alex Broadbent and Sridhar Venkatapuram. Registration available here. Health care financing and provision is Read more…