Helen is the Samuel Hall Professor of Philosophy at the University of Manchester. She writes on a wide range of topics in Metaphysics including free will, moral responsibility, disagreement, and causation. She’s served as the president of the British Society for Philosophy of Science and the Aristotelian Society, as well as the Director of the British Philosophical Association.
April 4th, 2020 | 39 mins 22 secs
absences, causation, common sense, david lewis, explanation, intuition, metaphysics
Helen Beebee (Univerity of Manchester) talks about her paper "Causing and Nothingness" arguing that the absence of something can never be a cause.