UCL Philosophy


Centres & Organisations

The UCL Philosophy Department is associated with several specific philosophy and interdisciplinary centres, and involved with various philosophical organisations.

Health Humanities Centre

UCL Health Humanities Centre draws together staff from different disciplines, departments and faculties engaged in research and teaching on matters relating to health, illness and well-being.

Keeling Centre

The Keeling Centre for Ancient Philosophy, in the Philosophy Department at UCL, is the home of activities and events that focus on ancient philosophy.

Language and Meaning Centre

The Language and Meaning Centre, at the Institute for Advanced Study, brings together research which is relevant to explaining how meaning arises in language use.

Institute for Law, Politics and Philosophy

The ILPP brings together the legal, political, and moral philosophers from across UCL.

London Group for Formal Philosophy

The LGFP is a group of University of London philosophers who organize talks in all areas of philosophy, with an emphasis on formal methods.

Minorities and Philosophy (UCL Chapter)

UCL's active MAP Chapter runs several events through the year, and organises the annual Harriet & Helen Memorial Lectures.

Roots of Responsibility

Roots of Responsibility cuts across metaphysics, philosophy of science, ethics, and legal theory, to develop an integrated theory of responsibility.

Shearman Lectures

The Shearman Memorial Lectures are a prestigious series of philosophy lectures.

The Watling Archive

This is an online archive of Prof Johnny Watling's published and unpublished writings.