Humane Philosophy Project

Humane Philosophy Project

Organizational Partner: Humane Philosophy Project

Lead: Mikolaj Slawkowski-Rode, Founder and Organizer
Preferred contact: m.slawkowski-rode@uw.edu.pl
Key Words: value theory; ethics; philosophy of mind; moral psychology; comparative philosophy
Resident in: UK, Netherlands, Poland; Working in: UK, Netherlands, Poland; Area(s) of Interest in VBP: education, research, philosophy; Related Area(s) of Interest: ethics, philosophy, moral psychology
Brief Description of Work: The Humane Philosophy Project is an international initiative based at the Universities of Oxford and Warsaw.  It aims to foster research and education in philosophy which engage with neighbouring disciplines in the arts, humanities and care professions in shedding light on questions of vital human concern.  The Project has organised numerous international events in philosophy and hosts a growing library of audio and video recordings.
Read more: Please see http://www.humanephilosophy.com/ for more information.

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Key Areas of Collaboration

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Values-based Surgical Care

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