Philosophers at Bristol discuss topics from Love to Physics, and philosophers from Rousseau to Cantor. It is intended to be of interest to non-professional philosophers, such as those studying philosophy at school or who are just interested in the subject. Click here.
As part of Bristol University's "Doors Open Day" Jonathan Grose and Cedric Paternotte helped to organise a game theory experiment. Members of the public participated in a "trust game" with very small cash payments as incentives. In addition to the game there was a poster display introducing game theory and its uses in philosophy and economics. The experiment attracted 240 participants. Click here for the handout, What's in a Game?, which includes a description of the trust game.