It’s that time again! On Thursday, January 18, I’ll be hosting an exciting live discussion between two brilliant philosophers on one of the most fundamental questions one can ask. Graham Oppy and Josh Rasmussen will be discussing live the topic of “The Origins of Reality.” The format of this one will be a little different. We won’t be discussing a formal argument for God (like the Contingency Argument), instead we’ll have an open-ended dialogue on the origins of reality.
The discussion goes live at 8pm Central (6pm Pacific/9pm Eastern) on Thursday, January 18, 2018. Here’s the link to view live (and watch later):
Josh Rasmussen, Ph.D., is an American philosopher who works on aspects of fundamental reality, with an emphasis on mind and necessity. His latest book, Necessary Existence, is co-authored with Alex Pruss and forthcoming this spring with Oxford University Press. View his website here and his YouTube channel here.
Graham Oppy, Ph.D., is Professor of Philosophy, in the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies (SOPHIS) at Monash. His dissertation was on semantics for propositional attitude ascriptions (philosophy of language). Some of his early publications were in the areas of philosophy of language and aesthetics. Most of his recent publications have been in philosophy of religion (though he has also published in metaphysics and philosophy of science). See his publications here.
Included below is the promotional image for the event. Feel free to copy the photo and post it on your social media outlets! Or you can just share the link directly!