Events

Events: Date from: 01-07-2017
11
Jul
International Young Philosophers Roundtable
Who:Various
Venue:Morven Brown 310 (map ref C20)
When:11 Jul 2017, 9am - 5:30pm
12 Jul 2017, 10:30am - 5:30pm

Roundtable with colleagues from Wuhan University. 

28
Jul
Colloquium: Political Action in the 19th century between utilitarianism, liberalism and Marx.
Who:Various
Venue:Morven Brown 310 (map ref C20)
When:28 Jul 2017, 9am - 5:30pm

Co-organized by the School of Humanities & Languages, UNSW and the Collège Internationale de Philosophie

8
Aug
Can robots be social companions? Anthropomorphism, Reciprocity, and Recognition in Human-Machine Interaction
Who:Associate Professor Massimiliano L. Cappuccio (UAE University)
Venue:Red Centre 1040
When:8 Aug 2017, 12:30pm - 2pm

Philosophy Seminar

18
Sep
Philosophy & Chinese Studies Seminar - Jesse Ciccotti
Who:Jesse Ciccotti (Hong Kong Baptist University)
Venue:Morven Brown 310 (map ref C20)
When:18 Sep 2017, 3pm - 4:30pm

Putting New Wine into Old Wineskins: How Comparative Philosophy Can Lead to New Readings of Texts

19
Sep
How Testimony Can be a Source of Knowledge
Who:Nicholas Smith (James F. Miller Professor of Humanities and Professor of Philosophy at Lewis and Clark College)
Venue:Morven Brown 310 (map ref C20)
When:19 Sep 2017, 2pm - 3:30pm

Philosophy Seminar Series

3
Oct
Two Sides of Positional Goods
Who:Daniel Halliday (Melbourne)
Venue:Morven Brown 209 (map ref C20)
When:3 Oct 2017, 2:30pm - 4pm

Joint Event Philosophy & Practical Justice Initiative Seminar

10
Oct
Philosophy Seminar - Graham Oddie
Who:Graham Oddie (University of Colorado, Boulder)
Venue:Morven Brown 209 (map ref C20)
When:10 Oct 2017, 12:30pm - 3pm

Philosophy Seminar Series

17
Feb
Exhibition Talk: Dr Karyn Lai on Chinese tomb sculpture
Who:Associate Professor Karyn Lai
Venue:Art Gallery of New South Wales, Art Gallery Rd, The Domain, Sydney
When:17 Feb 2018, 12pm - 1pm

School of Humanities & Languages Associate Professor Karyn Lai, will introduce some of the fundamental ideas in ancient Chinese philosophy.

This talk will highlight how 1st and 2nd century Chinese people viewed life, both in the present and in the afterlife, and their philosophical views on harmony and continuity. Funerary sculptures like the watchtower, as well as models of homes, animals, household goods, wells and granaries, dancers, musicians, soldiers and horses, represented the way that high-ranking citizens prepared for life after death.

This event is free and no bookings are required.

20
Feb
Philosophy Seminar - ‘The Making of history—Hegel and the early German constitutionalists’
Who:Philosophy Seminar - School of Humanities & Languages
Venue:Room LG06, AGSM Building, UNSW Kensington Campus (G27 of campus map)
When:20 Feb 2018, 11:30am - 1pm

The School of Humanities & Lanaguages invites you to join its Philosophy Seminar 'The Making of history—Hegel and the early German constitutionalists,’ with guest speaker Ludwig Siep (University of Münster).
RSVPs can be sent to: h.ikaheimo@unsw.edu.au

20
Feb
How (not) to Read Marx Masterclass by Samuels Chamber
Who:School of Humanities & Languages
Venue:Room LG06, AGSM Building, UNSW Kensington Campus
When:20 Feb 2018, 2pm - 5pm

The School of Humanities & Lanaguages invites you to join the 'How (not) to Read Marx - masterclass by Samuel Chambers
For further information please see the flyer (PDF) [194 Kb].
RSVPs can be sent to: h.ikaheimo@unsw.edu.au

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