Faculty of Philosophy
Any account of Philosophy in Cambridge must emphasise the work of at least three men — Bertrand Russell, G E Moore, and Ludwig Wittgenstein. These three transformed the discipline of philosophy during the first half of the last century and made Cambridge the most important centre for philosophy in the English-speaking world.
Meetings are open only to those eligible for membership of the Club. Membership shall be open to any undergraduate, graduate student or senior member of the University. Visiting scholars and other persons may become members with the consent of the Officers.
There is a charge of £7.50 for a year's membership for junior members (undergraduates and graduate students), or £15 for a year's membership for others.
For those eligible for membership who do not join there is a £2 charge for one-off attendance at individual meetings for junior members and £3 for others.
For further information about the Moral Sciences Club see: http://www.phil.cam.ac.uk/research/seminars-phil/seminars-msc