Reading Groups and Workshops

Stanford Philosophy is a vibrant intellectual community full of active groups pursuing philosophical interests across a wide range.  

In this section of our page, you can explore some of that variety by following the activity of a number of active reading groups and workshops formed by members of the Department. Some of these reading groups focus on exploring domains of common interest in the literature; other workshops are more focused on presentations of the participants’ own work in progress.  

You can learn more about each group’s activities by following the links to their pages, or join up by inquiring with a group’s main contact person.

Workshops

Black and white chess board

Berkeley-Stanford Circle in Logic and Philosophy Workshop

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Cognition and Language Workshop

White House

Ethics and Politics, Ancient and Modern Workshop (EPAM)

Brain

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Consciousness Workshop

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Logic Lovers Workshop

Friedrich Nietzsche photograph

North American Nietzsche Society

Open book with glasses

Philosophy + Literature Research Workshop

Political Theory Workshop

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The Graduate Student Workshop (GSW)

Immanuel Kant

Kant Studies Workshop

Person Running

Varieties of Agency Workshop

Reading Groups

Confucius Statue

Asian Philosophy Reading Group

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Moral Philosophy Reading Group

Thinker Statue

Philosophy of Mind Reading Group

Neuron

Philosophy of Neuroscience Reading Group

Stethoscope

Philosophy of Cancer Reading Group

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Women and Gender Minorities in Philosophy Reading Group

Diverse group of people

Race in America Reading Group