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Undine Sellbach – Catalogue essay for the Korean artist Soojin Chang

We are delighted to announce that Undine Sellbach, from the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy, wrote a short catalogue essay for the Korean artist Soojin Chang, for the gallery Jerwood Arts and FVU awards London. Please click the following link to find out more:...

Postgraduate symposium and exhibition – “Dwelling in Extremis”

We are delighted to share details of the upcoming * IN PERSON * postgraduate symposium and exhibition, Dwelling in Extremis.  The symposium will take place in Lecture Theatre 1, Dalhousie Building, 9.30 - 17.00, Friday 13th May.  The exhibition will run 13-16th May, Main Foyer, Dalhousie Building.  Please see below for full...

Friday Tour | Tina Röck

We are delighted to announce that at 12.30 pm on the 29th of April, the Talbot Rice Gallery (the public art gallery of the University of Edinburgh) will be joined by Tina Röck from the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy in the context of Meet me at the threshold events that ''brings together the first ten participants of Talbot Rice...

CFP – Reimagining AI: Journal of Aesthetics and Phenomenology – 2022 Special Issue

We are delighted to announce the call for papers for the 2022 Special Issue of the Journal of Aesthetics and Phenomenology (Routledge). CALL FOR PAPERS:  Reimagining AI  Many important philosophical conceptions have been drastically changed since the consumer computing revolution of the 1980s and 1990. These include metaphysical,...

Book Launch – “Dynamic Realism: Uncovering the Reality of Becoming Through Process Phenomenology and Process Philosophy”

Next Wednesday, on the 13th of April (04:00 PM London), The Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy is hosting a book launch for Dynamic Realism: Uncovering the Reality of Becoming Through Process Phenomenology and Process Philosophy, the new book of Tina Röck! There will be a short general presentation and discussion of the book by both Tina...

Conference – ‘Law, Technology, and the Human’

On Friday 8 April, Dominic Smith and Ashley Woodward, from the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy, will be speaking on a panel at the conference Law, Technology, and the Human (University of Kent). This event and others at the conference (6-8 April) can be freely accessed on line. Register for details:...

New Leading Thinkers Course on Karl Marx

The Division of Philosophy, Art & Critical Thought of the EGS ( European Graduate School ) is very pleased to announce that the “Leading Thinkers” series will continue with a course on Karl Marx led by Professor Frank Ruda from the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy. Dates: March 6 – May 8, 2022 at 6:30 pm Paris time. Karl Marx. This...

BICAR Summer School 2022 – Critique and the Desire of Modernity

June 6-17 Barzakh, Beirut The Beirut Institute for Critical Analysis and Research (BICAR) will host its first summer school in Lebanon this June. The summer school is open to international and local students. It is intended as a pedagogical intervention at a catastrophic moment in Lebanon’s history. With economic collapse, severe shortages of...

‘Lyotard, The Postmodern, and Nihilism’ with Ashley Woodward

Ashley Woodward from the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy is interviewed on themes related to his book 'Lyotard and the Inhuman Condition' on the Hermitix podcast. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJ9geqIazR4

‘Dynamic Realism. Uncovering the Reality of Becoming through Phenomenology and Process Philosophy’ by Tina Röck

About the book: Philosophy has traditionally considered reality as a set of static objects. Tina Röck transcends this understanding to explore the realistic potential of relational and dynamic ontology. These explorations are both complex and problematic as we attempt to reconceptualise being, truth and knowledge as processual. To navigate this...

SPA Annual Meeting and AGM – 3rd December 2021

Founded in 1900 as the Scots Philosophical Club, the Scots Philosophical Association (SPA) is the professional association of philosophers in Scotland. Its primary purpose is to promote the study and teaching of philosophy in Scotland. This is achieved through the...

New Book (December 21): ‘Dynamic Realism. Uncovering the Reality of Becoming through Phenomenology and Process Philosophy’ by Tina Röck

About the book: Philosophy has traditionally considered reality as a set of static objects. Tina Röck transcends this understanding to explore the realistic potential of relational and dynamic ontology. These explorations are both complex and problematic as we attempt...

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Conference – ‘Law, Technology, and the Human’

On Friday 8 April, Dominic Smith and Ashley Woodward, from the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy, will be speaking on a panel at the conference Law, Technology, and the Human (University of Kent). This event and others at the conference (6-8 April) can be...

New Leading Thinkers Course on Karl Marx

The Division of Philosophy, Art & Critical Thought of the EGS ( European Graduate School ) is very pleased to announce that the “Leading Thinkers” series will continue with a course on Karl Marx led by Professor Frank Ruda from the Scottish Centre for Continental...

BICAR Summer School 2022 – Critique and the Desire of Modernity

June 6-17 Barzakh, Beirut The Beirut Institute for Critical Analysis and Research (BICAR) will host its first summer school in Lebanon this June. The summer school is open to international and local students. It is intended as a pedagogical intervention at a...