Monday, 10th July 2017: “What does the discovery of gravitational waves mean for the Universe?” 7pm onwards
Monday, 17th July 2017: “What can we do about the knowledge inequality pandemic in the UK?” 7pm onwards
Monday, 31st July 2017: “How can we create a global state?” 7pm onwards
Monday 7th August 2017: “Will Climate Change make Earth too hot for humans?” 7pm onwards
Monday 21st August 2017: “Designing a global state to reduce the magnitude and extent of biodiversity loss” 7pm onwards
Monday 4th September 2017: Open Session! All welcome! 7pm Onwards
Monday 2nd October 2017: “Bacteria are masters of Tai Chi” 7pm onwards
Monday 16th October 2017: “Who should be given human rights?” 7pm onwards
Monday 30th October 2017: “What constitutes an ethical (trick or) ‘treat’?” (Halloween Special) 7pm onwards
Monday 6th November: SURPRISE EXPERIMENT….show up for the chance to win £500 and take part in University Research…. 7.30 onwards…
Monday 20th November: “What will AI/automation mean for society and the economy?” 7pm onwards
Monday 4th December: The notion of Free Will 7pm onwards
Monday February 5th 2018: “Ontological pluralism,” what does it mean and why should we care? 7pm onwards
Monday 19th February 2018: Topic TBC. 7pm onwards
Monday 19th March 2018: Free session, all welcome. 7pm onwards.
Tuesday 20th March 2018: BONUS SESSION. Talk on Consciousness, interconnectedness & Hope at Penryn Campus Exchange Lecture Theatre from 12.00-2.00pm, all welcome. Free.
Monday 9th April 2018: Is art just maths? 7pm onwards, all welcome.
Monday 23rd April 2018: Selected Vignettes in the History of Consciousness, & Why We Ought to Dispense With Such a Concept Altogether 7.30pm onwards, all welcome.
Monday 7th May 2018: Open session. Enjoy the sun!
Monday 21st May 2018: “Some implications of ‘the adjacent possible’: neoteny, plasticity and the development of human society” 7pm onwards
Monday 4th June 2018: Plasticity and human society continued…. 7.30 onwards
Monday 16th July 2018: Moral reasoning: what happens when we apply rigorous logic to human values? 7.30 onwards
Monday 13th August 2018: Insights into pattern formation in many-body systems from 7.30 onwards
Monday 17th September 2018: The Ontology of Pattern: Information and Physics, Part 1. 7.30 onwards
Monday 15th October 2018: Effective altruism, wealth redistribution and caring capitalism. 7.30 onwards
Monday 29th October 2018: Experiments and observations that underpin quantum mechanics.
Monday 19th November 2018: Can ITER (or nuclear fusion generally) save us from an energy crisis and runaway climate change? 7.30pm onwards
WEDNESDAY 5th December 2018: How is maths possible? Joint event with Cafe Sci @ The Poly, 7.45 onwards
Monday 4th February 2019: The perception of time. 7.30pm onwards @ The Boathouse
Monday 18th February 2019: An introduction to a new form of logic. 7.30pm onwards @ The Boathouse
Monday 11th March 2019: Meaning in art. 7.30pm onwards @ The Boathouse
Monday 18th March 2019: Stanley’s logis part II. 7.30 onwards @ The Boathouse
Monday 1st April 2019: April Fool’s Special: Let’s talk about Brexit. 7.30pm onwards @ The Boathouse
Monday 15th April 2019: The philosophy of veganism: should any sentient being ever be used as a means to an end? 7.30pm @ The Boathouse
Monday 3rd June 2019: What is a number? 7.30pm @ The Boathouse
Monday 15th July 2019: What is money? 7.30pm @ The Boathouse
Monday 22nd July 2019: Should we let Elon Musk take us to Mars? 7.30pm @The Boathouse
Monday 12th August 2019: Climate change: are we too late? 7.30pm @The Boathouse
Monday 2nd September 2019: Why democracy is irrational. 7.30pm @The Boathouse
Monday 16th September 2019: Why is there something rather than nothing? Solipsism. 7.30pm @The Boathouse
Monday 21st October 2019: Should we fill the gap of religion with eco-worship? 7.30pm @The Boathouse
Monday 4th November 2019: What is a biological agent? 7.30pm @The Boathouse
Monday 11th November 2019: What is a biological agent, part II. 7.30pm @The Boathouse