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Spoken Data Sessions - Warwick Interaction & Talk Group
OCl.04/OC0.05, Oculus

Runs from Wednesday, June 05 to Thursday, June 20.

University of Warwick/ Online l0am-lpm, 5 June & 2-Spm, 11, June, 17 June, 20 June.

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Philosophy End-of-year Celebration Conference

We are in the process of putting together an exciting programme of talks and activities for this End of Year Celebration.

Don't forget to save the date and watch this space for updates!

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Philosophy End-of-year celebration barbeque
Oculus Fields

Everyone welcome!

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Heidegger Reading Group
Online only

Heidegger turns Gadamer in this term: You are warmly invited to join the Heidegger Reading Group where we in this term read Hans-Georg Gadamer’s “Truth and Method” (1960).

Every Monday, 7.15-8.45 pm, online only.

For meeting details and the reading schedule, email

Guided by Haley’s expertise, we will work through the entire book in this term. Gadamer is one of Heidegger's most influential students, not just in philosophy but in the humanities more generally (social thought, medical humanities, law, aesthetics, etc.). By way of outline, Gadamer's text is concerned with defending humanistic truth, and he achieves this by looking at three places this truth shows up in human life: aesthetics, history, and conversation. “Truth and Method” is, then, relevant to those of us concerned with epistemology, aesthetics, history as a philosophical topic (beginning with Kant and Hegel), philosophy of language, and ontology.