In this episode, senior researcher Niklas Forsberg hosts eight of the Centre for Ethics' PhD students: Aneta, David, Diana, İrem, Mira, Patrick, Philip, and Vladimir.
The PhD program at the Centre for Ethics as Study in Human Value is an international English-speaking program based in Pardubice, Czech Republic, with students from all over the world - Czech Republic, Germany, Turkey, India, Philippines, Serbia, Sweden, Chile, and the USA.
Niklas Forsberg and the PhD students discuss what doing a PhD at the Centre for Ethics is like, what makes the Centre special, what the various cultural backgrounds bring to the discussion, the value of diversity in a philosophical context, the cultural value of differing approaches to doing philosophy, top-down and bottom-up philosophical thinking, the concept of friendship and togetherness in inspiring each other, the nature of philosophical thinking and practical applications of academic philosophy, and how relationships to each other and philosophy has changed during the pandemic.
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