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Programme of Events 2018-19


 
Tue 9 Oct, '18
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CRPLA Seminar: Michael Dillon, 'Making Infinity Count: The Baroque Order of Transfinite Things and the Automatisation of Reason'
S0.11

More details to follow.

Wed 17 Oct, '18
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CRPLA/History of Art Seminar: Bence Nanay (Antwerp)
IAS Seminar Room, Millburn House, History of Art Department

Title: 'Global Aesthetics'

Tue 23 Oct, '18
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CRPLA Seminar: Karen Simecek, '‘Listen to me!' The Value of Voice in Performed Poetry’
S0.11
Thu 25 Oct, '18
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Hegel Reading Group: The Science of Logic
S2.73

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.).

Thu 1 Nov, '18
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Hegel Reading Group: The Science of Logic
S2.73

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.).

Thu 8 Nov, '18
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Hegel Reading Group: The Science of Logic
S2.73

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.).

Thu 15 Nov, '18
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Hegel Reading Group: The Science of Logic
S2.73

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.).

Tue 20 Nov, '18
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CRPLA Seminar: Douglas Pye, ‘V.F. Perkins, E.H. Gombrich and Criteria’ (full title below)
S0.11

Full title: ‘“… I have become less and less convinced that criticism does or should proceed through the use of anything that can reasonably be described as criteria”: V.F. Perkins, E.H. Gombrich and Criteria’

Thu 22 Nov, '18
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Hegel Reading Group: The Science of Logic
S2.73

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.).

Thu 29 Nov, '18
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Hegel Reading Group: The Science of Logic
S2.73

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.).

Tue 4 Dec, '18
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CRPLA Seminar: Philippe Lynes, ‘Blanchot’s role in Derrida's Life Death’. Respondent: Holly Langstaff
S0.11

Details to follow.

Thu 6 Dec, '18
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Hegel Reading Group: The Science of Logic
S2.73

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.).

Fri 11 Jan, '19
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Hegel Reading Group
S0.28, Social Sciences Building

The Hegel Reading Group continues this year, starting a new section of the Science of Logic, specifically the Doctrine of the Concept. The group is open to everyone and we welcome students at any level and faculty to join us at any point. Meetings take place every Friday during Term 2.

Tue 15 Jan, '19
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CRPLA Seminar: Tina Lupton, ‘Queer Times for the Straight Book: Ali Smith, Maggie Nelson, Michel Serres’
S0.11
Fri 18 Jan, '19
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Hegel Reading Group
S0.28, Social Sciences Building

The Hegel Reading Group continues this year, starting a new section of the Science of Logic, specifically the Doctrine of the Concept. The group is open to everyone and we welcome students at any level and faculty to join us at any point. Meetings take place every Friday during Term 2.

Fri 25 Jan, '19
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Hegel Reading Group
S0.28, Social Sciences Building

The Hegel Reading Group continues this year, starting a new section of the Science of Logic, specifically the Doctrine of the Concept. The group is open to everyone and we welcome students at any level and faculty to join us at any point. Meetings take place every Friday during Term 2.

Tue 29 Jan, '19
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CRPLA Seminar: Adam Frank, ‘Hollow Utterance or Expression: Austin with Stein’. Respondent: Daniel Katz
S0.11

Details to follow.

Fri 1 Feb, '19
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Hegel Reading Group
S0.28, Social Sciences Building

The Hegel Reading Group continues this year, starting a new section of the Science of Logic, specifically the Doctrine of the Concept. The group is open to everyone and we welcome students at any level and faculty to join us at any point. Meetings take place every Friday during Term 2.

Thu 7 Feb, '19
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Philosophy of Online Technology Reading Group
S2.40, Social Sciences Building
Fri 8 Feb, '19
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Hegel Reading Group
S0.28, Social Sciences Building

The Hegel Reading Group continues this year, starting a new section of the Science of Logic, specifically the Doctrine of the Concept. The group is open to everyone and we welcome students at any level and faculty to join us at any point. Meetings take place every Friday during Term 2.

Thu 14 Feb, '19
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Philosophy of Online Technology Reading Group
S2.40, Social Sciences Building
Fri 15 Feb, '19
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Hegel Reading Group
S0.28, Social Sciences Building

The Hegel Reading Group continues this year, starting a new section of the Science of Logic, specifically the Doctrine of the Concept. The group is open to everyone and we welcome students at any level and faculty to join us at any point. Meetings take place every Friday during Term 2.

Thu 21 Feb, '19
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Philosophy of Online Technology Reading Group
S2.40, Social Sciences Building
Fri 22 Feb, '19
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Hegel Reading Group
S0.28, Social Sciences Building

The Hegel Reading Group continues this year, starting a new section of the Science of Logic, specifically the Doctrine of the Concept. The group is open to everyone and we welcome students at any level and faculty to join us at any point. Meetings take place every Friday during Term 2.

Tue 26 Feb, '19
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CRPLA Seminar: Olga Smith, ‘Landscape without a subject: representing environment in contemporary photography’. Respondent: Karen Lang
S0.11
Thu 28 Feb, '19
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Philosophy of Online Technology Reading Group
S2.40, Social Sciences Building
Fri 1 Mar, '19
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Hegel Reading Group
S0.28, Social Sciences Building

The Hegel Reading Group continues this year, starting a new section of the Science of Logic, specifically the Doctrine of the Concept. The group is open to everyone and we welcome students at any level and faculty to join us at any point. Meetings take place every Friday during Term 2.

Thu 7 Mar, '19
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Philosophy of Online Technology Reading Group
S2.40, Social Sciences Building
Fri 8 Mar, '19
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Hegel Reading Group
S0.28, Social Sciences Building

The Hegel Reading Group continues this year, starting a new section of the Science of Logic, specifically the Doctrine of the Concept. The group is open to everyone and we welcome students at any level and faculty to join us at any point. Meetings take place every Friday during Term 2.

Tue 12 Mar, '19
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CRPLA Seminar: David Fearn, ‘Gorgias’ Cosmos: Classical Greek Sophistic Rhetoric as Exemplificatory Poetics’
S0.11