Flash Talk: Why Imagine?

Location: St Cross Room

Date: Wednesday 20 November 2019

Time: 12:00

RSVP: No need to book, all welcome, including guests.





Abstract: The imagination is typically associated with fantasy and fiction. According to a recent trend in the theory of knowledge and cognitive science, however, there is much more to the imagination: it serves the function of equipping us with knowledge about the world around us. In this talk, Dr Strohminger will discuss this trend and how her Marie Curie research project fits into this broader context.

About the Flash Talks Series:

Flash talks are 15-20 minute talks from St Cross members, taking place every Wednesday from 12:00. Guests are then invited to have lunch with the speaker in hall (lunch payable at usual prices). If you would like to give your own flash talk, you can apply here.