Talks & Lectures, Open to the Public, College of Arts and Letters
9 Feb 2022

Is Our Reality Virtual?

The Center for Science Writings

The Center for Science Writings welcomes David Chalmers, a professor at NYU and one of the world’s leading philosophers, who will discuss his provocative new book Reality +: Virtual Worlds and the Problems of Philosophy, which ponders the possibility that our world is a simulation.

This event will be held on Zoom and is free and open to the public. The Zoom link will be provided shortly. 

About the Center for Science Writings

Launched in 2005 within the College of Arts and Letters, the Center for Science Writings draws attention to science communications, books, and blogs capturing the public's attention. Prominent writers, be they journalists, scientists, engineers, philosophers, or scholars, come to deliver free, public lectures about science-related issues each and every semester. For more information, see the Center for Science Writings website or contact its director John Horgan.

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