Who we are
The King’s College London Philosophy Society is a friendly group of students who meet regularly for both academic and social events. We are passionate about encouraging the student body to think and act more philosophically. We look forward to seeing you at the following events:
In line with the great tradition of the society, we have lined up a number of speakers, both from our department and from outside KCL, to come and give talks on their research. If you would like to suggest a speaker, please use the following form: https://goo.gl/forms/s40nLfuhZDjIGjum2
The society runs a number of reading groups with which you can supplement your studies. The groups are a fantastic way to get to know a text or writer more closely and get to know more fellow philosophers. If you are interested in taking part, join the associated facebook group for more information. If you are interested in leading a group, please email the society at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get the word out. Meetings normally last an hour, depending on the group. The list of groups for this term is here: https://docs.google.com/…/1f2YZh8xGYyJzFCbcO0SJcXhqBy…/edit…
Sancte et Sapentier is the journal of philosophy run by the KCL Philosophy Society. We are looking for original works of up to 3,000 words in length with Chicago referencing on any topic in the field of philosophy for publication in our termly journal. Work is accepted from anyone currently undertaking an undergraduate degree at a UK institution. Papers for submission should be sent to email@example.com with an abstract of up to 500 words. We look forward to reading your papers!
We also run social events which we will keep you updated on in this group. If you want information about the Philosophy Bar, you can find it here:
In addition events are run by the Minorities and Philosophy society, with more details available here:
If you want to contact the Committee, either send a message to the KCL Philsoc page, email firstname.lastname@example.org or message Miles Atherton (President), Jooseppi Raikkonen (Vice-President), Piet Ruig (Treasurer), Pablo Dopico, Sergi Sirera Lahoz or Tove Nachmanson (Social Secretaries).
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