More and more often, people of all ages are choosing to share their living quarters. Examples include student houses, communes for the elderly or legalized squats. The Groningen housing corporation Nijestee, for example, rents out about twenty houses where people who are not related to each other live together or share facilities. Communal living has pros and cons, so how can you ensure that that it stays fun for everyone? How can you turn the pros into reality and limit the cons? Researcher Marc Pauly of the Philosophy Knowledge Centre, together with Nijestee and CareX, has developed a manual for communal living.
As a part of the Jantina Tammes School, the 'Language and AI' theme is an interdisciplinary initiative that aims to encourage collaboration among academics, PhD candidates, students, and industry representatives who share a keen interest in the...
Charlotte Knowles , researcher at the Faculty of Philosophy, receives an Early Career Award from the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences ( KNAW ). She receives the award for her research on deep-rooted issues in gender dynamics. The...
Critical thinking, giving your opinion, and listening to others are all things you learn in philosophy class. Every student needs those skills, says Eva-Anne Le Coultre, specialist in philosophical teaching methodology at the UG.
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