'What Good is Philosophy?' An Online Benefit Conference for Ukraine — Watch on Youtube March 17 to 19
‘What Good Is Philosophy?' – A Benefit Conference for Ukraine aims to raise the funds required to establish a Centre for Civic Engagement at Kyiv Mohyla Academy. This Centre will provide support for academic and civic institutions in Ukraine to counteract the destabilizing impact that Russia’s invasion has had on Ukrainian higher education and civilian life. By assisting Ukrainian students and scholars today, this Centre will also help pave the way for a vibrant and engaged post-war Ukraine.
Watch the conference online on the Munk School's YouTube channel from March 17-19, 2023 and support the creation of the Centre for Civic Engagement at Kyiv Mohyla Academy through the KMA Foundation.
Thinking About Freedom in Wartime Ukraine
Grappling with Evil: An Intellectual Delineation of War, Atrocity, and Attempted Genocide
Thinking in Dark Times
Aaron James Wendland is Vision Fellow in Public Philosophy at King's College London and a Senior Research Fellow at Massey College, Toronto. He is the co-editor of Wittgenstein and Heidegger and Heidegger on Technology. He is also an associate producer at Ideas on CBC Radio and the editor of the Agora series in The New Statesman.
The 'What Good is Philosophy?' benefit conference will feature experts from around the world, including Peter Adamson, Elizabeth Anderson, Seyla Benhabib, Judith Butler, Agnes Callard, Quassim Cassam, Tim Crane, Simon Critchley, David Enoch, Peter Godfrey-Smith, Sally Haslanger, Angie Hobbs, Barry Lam, Melissa Lane, Dominic Lopes, Kate Manne, Jeff McMahan, Jennifer Nagel, Philip Pettit, Kieran Setiya, Jason Stanley, Timothy Williamson, and Jonathan Wolff.