2 March 2017 | London, UK
Does new scientific research on development, epigenetics and gene-culture co-evolution show that nature and culture cannot be separated? And what does this assumption mean for our understanding of body and mind?
6 February 2017 | London, UK
Most of us interact with other people on a daily basis. Yet, we know very little about how the brain supports dynamic social interactions. Dr Suzanne Dikker joins us to discuss collaborative projects with scientists, artists, and educators.
6 June 2016 | London, UK
The human body was made legible long ago. But what of the human mind? A lecture by Nikolas Rose on the connections between neuroscience and the readable, knowable, transparent mind.
Shakespeare and the Mind
18 May 2016 | London, UK
What happens in your mind when you read or see Shakespeare performed? A lecture from Miranda Anderson on literature and the mind, followed by a conversation with neuroscientist Paul Matthews.
15 December 2015 | London, UK
The first seminar in The Human Mind Project series was launched with a lecture by philosopher Bryce Huebner from Georgetown University.