During a one-hour accessible philosophy walk, attendees and researchers will converse on pressing problems facing biomedicine and health technologies. You can explore the implications for thinking about and experiencing present and future selves and societies. Conversations will be guided by the multidisciplinary research community's work on the impacts of developments in biomedicine on human and societal experience, and work exploring walking and dialogue as methods of engagement, activism and research.
Attendees will gain insights into and develop new perspectives on the roles of biomedicine within society, and consider the conversation as a profoundly human medium for creating change as they journey between two points (and beyond).
This event is part of the Centre for Biomedicine, Self and Society's Being Human Festival programme of events, Bodies. Stories. Health.