New issue : Parrhesia 29

New issue : Parrhesia 29

We are pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of Parrhesia: A Journal of Critical Philosophy, which is freely available to read online: http://www.parrhesiajournal.org/index.html
This issue contains the first publication in English of Bernard Stiegler’s first philosophical work, ‘Technologies of Memory and Imagination,’ translated by Ashley Woodward and Amélie Berger Soraruff, along with work by Raymond Ruyer, Thomas Sheehan, Gerald Moore, and others, on a variety of topics in contemporary continental philosophy.

 

Past Visiting Speakers have included

Don Ihde • Graham Harman • Markus Gabriel • Christina Howells • Peter Hallward • Adrian Johnston • Todd Mei • Jeffrey Bell • Daniel W. Smith • Luce Irigaray • Jacques Rancière • Simon Glendinning • Clive Cazeaux • Jonathan Ree • Dermot Moran • Brian O Connor • Tony Oconnor • David Cooper • Stephen Houlgate • Keith Ansell Pearson • Rachel Jones • Andrea Rehberg • Gaetano Chiurrazi • George Taylor • Julia Hansen • Mike Wheeler

New issue : Parrhesia 29

We are pleased to announce the publication of the latest issue of Parrhesia: A Journal of Critical Philosophy, which is freely available to read online: http://www.parrhesiajournal.org/index.html This issue contains the first publication in English of Bernard...

Hynek Janousek on Hume and transcendental empiricism

This Tuesday, we have the pleasure to welcome Hynek Janousek (Charles University, Prague) for a seminar on Hume. Date and time: Tuesday 30/11, 4-6pm Location: Dalhousie Building, room 2F14     Abstract: The influence and the reception of David Hume’s...

Dominic Smith on Exceptional Technologies: new book issue

The Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy is excited to announce that Dominic Smith has recently published a monograph drawing on his long-term research into philosophy of technology. The book is called Exceptional Technologies: A Continental Philosophy, and was...

Andrea Rehberg on Kant and Heidegger

“From ‘Ding an sich’ to ‘Ansichhalten’ – The Hermeneutics of Constitutive Absentiality in Kant and Heidegger” Andrea Rehberg (Newcastle University) (*Please note the change from the previously advertised date of Wednesday 6 June) All welcome! WHEN ? Friday, the 8th of...

Dr Connal Parsley: “The authority of the artist”

    When: Wednesday, 25th April. Where: Dalhousie Building, 2F14 Abstract:  Hannah Arendt famously declared the “breakdown of all traditional authorities”, later going even further to say that “practically as well as theoretically, we are no longer in a...

Seminar : Frank Ruda on Courage

  The lecture will return to a concept which seems fairly out of fashion today: courage. It will start revisiting this concept from the analysis of a simple problem: There seems to be almost no reference made or value assigned to courage today in most of...