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Alison Stone on Hegel and Colonialism

  The Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy is pleased to present our first Philosophy Seminar for 2018. Alison Stone (University of Lancaster) will speak on the topic ‘Hegel and Colonialism’ 4-6pm, Wednesday 17 January, Dalhousie Building, Room...

Belief as Emotion in Cinema

Belief as Emotion in Cinema

David Sorfa (University of Edinburgh) Philosophy Seminar this Wednesday 22nd November, 3-5pm (NOTE the earlier start) Dalhousie Building, Room 2F11, University of Dundee All welcome! In his most developed discussion of film, the interview “Cinema and Its Ghosts” in...

Continental Philosophy and Information Technology Workshop

Continental Philosophy and Information Technology Workshop

SCCP:CP+IT 9:15am-5:30pm, 1st December 2017 Dalhousie Building, Room 2S16, University of Dundee This open workshop will bring together scholars engaging with information technologies within the continental philosophical tradition, with the aim of sharing ideas and...

On Poetry and Truth

In conjunction with the Centre for Poetic Innovation (Universities of Dundee and St Andrews), the Scottish Centre for Continental Philosophy is pleased to present a seminar by visiting guest speaker Jennifer Gosetti-Ferencei (Professor of Philosophy, Fordham...

Hermeneutics of Practice – A Symposium

Date: Friday 27 October 2017 Venue: Dalhousie 2S12 (10-1PM) & 2F14 (1-4PM) The Hermeneutics of Practise is an Art and Philosophy symposium hosted by the School of Humanities. The themes it will investigate will be in honour of Professor Nicholas Davey, who retired...