Nietzsche, Narrative Theories of the Self, and the Diachronic WillAlessandra Tanesini (University of Wales, Cardiff)
Room CBA0.060, Chancellor's Building
THE ROYAL INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHY INVITED LECTURE SERIES 2013/14
FORUM FOR PHILOSOPHICAL RESEARCH, KEELE UNIVERSITY
CONTRIBUTIONS TO PHILOSOPHY XI
Tuesdays 6:00-7:30 pm, Room CBA0.060, Chancellor's Building, Keele University ST5 5BG
All welcome! Wine
22 October 2013: Dr Marianna Antonutti Marfori, Keele University
Are There Unanswerable Mathematical Questions?
5 November 2013: Professor Alessandra Tanesini, University of Cardiff
Nietzsche, Narrative Theories of the Self, and the Diachronic Will
10 December 2013: Dr Paula Satne, Keele University/Open University
Forgiveness: A Kantian Approach
4 February 2014: Dr Lisa McNulty, Regent’s American College London
John Locke’s Social Epistemology
18 February 2014:Dr Roger Teichmann, University of Oxford
Sincerity in Thought
25 February 2014:Dr Phillip Meadows, University of Manchester
In Defence of Medial Theories of Sounds
11 March 2014: Dr Darragh Byrne, University of Birmingham
25 March 2014: Dr Peter Kail, University of Oxford
Hume’s “Manifest Contradiction”
6 May 2014: Dr Fiona Hughes, University of Essex
The Political Potential of Taste: An Alternative to Hannah Arendt's Reading of Kant's Critique of Aesthetic Judgement
All inquiries to: Jonathan Head ([email protected])
The 2013/14 Lecture Series is organised with the support of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, the Keele Research Institute for Social Sciences, the School of Politics, Philosophy, IR & the Environment @ Keele (SPIRE), the Research Centre for SPIRE, and the Keele Forum for Philosophical Research.
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