London annual lectures
Since 1998, the Institute has held an annual lecture, bringing a philosopher of international standing to London to give a talk on the topic of his or her choosing.
What does art tell us about ourselves? Life, art, and philosophy
In the 2023 London Lecture, Professor Alva Noë explores the inseparability of life, art, and philosophy, arguing that we have greatly underestimated what this entangled reality means for understanding human nature.
The Return of Cultural Racism
Linda Martin Alcoff, Professor of Philosophy at Hunter College and the Graduate Centre, C.U.N.Y., explores the concept of cultural racism, how it differs from attitudinal racism, and its impact on our political discourse.