COVID Philosophy Week

COVID Philosophy Week

The journal Philosophy of Medicine, the Department of HPS, Cambridge, and the Institute for the Future of Knowledge, University of Johannesburg bring you a multi-day programme of philosophical discussions responding to COVID-19. There are three events:

10-13 May, Conference: Philosophical Perspectives on COVID-19. More info | Register

12 May, Workshop: The Population and the Individual, part of the series Rethinking the Ethics of Vaccination organized by Emma Curran and Stephen John (Cambridge HPS). Register 

13 May, Panel: Philosophy of Medicine on COVID-19. More info | Register

Summary Schedule

Date

Event

UTC-4

(Pitt, EST)

UTC+1

(Cam, UK)

UTC+2

(Joburg, EU)

Mon 10 May

Philosophical Perspectives on COVID-19 (conference)

7.00-15.00

12.00-20.00

13.00-21.00

Tue 11 May

Philosophical Perspectives on COVID-19 (conference)

7.00-15.00

12.00-20.00

13.00-21.00

Wed 12 May

Philosophical Perspectives on COVID-19 (conference)

7.00-8.30

12.00-13.30

13.00-14.30

The Individual and the Population (Workshop in series Rethinking the Ethics of Vaccination, Cambridge HPS)

8.30-14.00

13.30-19.00

14.30-20.00

Thu 13 May

Philosophical Perspectives on COVID-19 (conference)

7.00-9.30

12.00-14.30

13.00-15.30

Philosophy of Medicine on Covid-19 (panel discussion)

9.30-11.00

14.30-16.00

15.30-17.00