Spinoza's Ethics Reading Group
This reading group will meet Fridays in Term 3 4.30 - 6.30pm in room H3.44 (Humanities). Please contact Mert Yirmibes M dot Yirmibes at warwick dot ac dot uk for more information
Cognitive Science Reading Group
Description: We will discuss papers addressing mutually agreed upon topics in cognitive science, especially pertaining to social cognition, development, communication and skilled action. Meet every other Thursday 12-1pm in S2.40. For more information, please contact John Michael J.Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org Term 1.
Deleuze & Guattari's Anti-Oedipus Reading Group
Weekly meeting to read and discuss the collaborative text by Deleuze & Guattari, and first volume of Capitalism and Schizophrenia, "Anti-Oedipus. Meet every Tuesday 4-5.30pm in S2.40. For more information, please contact Michael Goodfellow M.Goodfellow@warwick.ac.uk Term 1.
Disjunctivism' Reading Group
Every Tuesday, 3:00 - 4:00 pm, in R 3.25. The group will convene weekly to read the book 'Disjunctivism' (2016) by Matthew Soteriou. Assessing key questions in the Philosophy of Perception, the book provides a defence of the disjunctivist theory of perception and a discussion of its opposing view, including representationalism and sense-datum theories. For more information, please contact Maria Corrado M.Corrado@warwick.ac.uk Term 2.
Hegel Reading Group
We are a group dedicated to collectively reading the core works of the German philosopher G.W.F. Hegel (1770 – 1831). Our goal is to facilitate a better understanding of the often difficult contents of Hegel’s texts and to provide a forum for meaningful engagement between his thought and contemporary questions. Although we are primarily made up of postgraduate students working on Hegel, we happily welcome non-philosophers and beginners in Hegel’s philosophy to join us at any point. Term 1 and 2.
This term we will be working on the second part of Hegel's Science of Logic, the Doctrine of Essence. Please bring a copy of the book for the session. We will mainly use the Di Giovanni translation, but there are usually no problems if people bring other translations (Miller, etc.).
Time and location: Monday 14:00 (starting wk 2) in room S2.40
Contact: Filip Niklas at f.niklas (at) warwick.ac.uk