Forthcoming Philosophy events

Wed
24
Oct

Dynamic Theories of Time and May Sinclair

A Departmental Colloquium event...

Wed
14
Nov

Kant on the Nature of Emotions

A Departmental Colloquium event...

Wed
21
Nov

Pathophobia, Vices, and the 'awfulness' of Illness

A Departmental Colloquium event...

Thu
22
Nov

Daoism, Virtues and 'The Way of Heaven'

A MAP (Minorities and Philosophy) chapter event...

Sat
8
Dec

Reason, Revolution and Rights: workshop 4 in the series, "Reason, Right, and Revolution: Practical Philosophy between Kant and Hegel"

The French Revolution and the resulting declarations of the rights of man and of the citizen posed two important questions to the early post-Kantians: Is a right to revolution entailed or precluded by the principles of Kantian ethics? Do the principles of Kantian ethics entail a commitment to human rights, or might one endorse aspects of Kant’s moral theory while denying the existence of human rights? This workshop considers the attempts by the early post-Kantians to answer these questions.

Thu
10
Jan

Philosophy of Film Without Theory Conference

The two-day Philosophy of Film Without Theory is an international, interdisciplinary conference at the University of York for philosophers, film scholars, filmmakers and film viewers.

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