CFP: Ancient Nonsense. Did the Greeks have their own ‘Jabberwockies’?
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University of Exeter, 22-24 July 2014 Can the category of ‘nonsense’, either in its logical, literary or linguistic usage, be found in, or applied to, the ancient world? What types of ancient cultural phenomena do we classify as ‘nonsense’ and … Read More

“The Philosophy of Translation and the Translation of Philosophy
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hosted by the Institute of Philosophy of the University of Zurich Programme: Monday, 17th February 2014 University of Zurich, Room KO2-F-174 18:00 – 18:15 Welcome Address 18:15 – 19:15 Keynote: Hans-Johann Glock (University of Zurich): Translation, Incommensurability and Indeterminacy 19:15 … Read More

SPAH PhD Scholarships
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The School of Philosophy and Art History (SPAH) at the University of Essex is pleased to invite applications for SPAH PhD Scholarships. These awards support talented students to take up a PhD within the School and are available to Home/EU … Read More

Nature and Culture in German Romanticism and Idealism
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UNSW Australia and the University of Sydney 12-14 March, 2014 The last two decades can be described as witness to a genuine revival of interest in German romantic and idealist philosophy. Philosophers working in a variety of areas have embraced … Read More

‘For his Diligence Majesty our long distance laird that likes creation’: the Finnegans Wake creative
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St Mary’s University, Philosophy Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture Prof. Len Platt is Professor of Modern Literatures at Goldsmiths College. Wednesday 5 March, 2014 5.15pm – 6.45pm, followed by a drinks reception Senior Common Room, St Mary’s University, Twickenham … Read More

LAF: Aesthetic Adjectives and Disagreements about Taste
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The London Aesthetics Forum (Institute of Philosophy) organises a one-day workshop on: Aesthetic Adjectives and Disagreements about Taste 14 March 2014 Senate House, Room G104, London http://bit.ly/1bEhlrw This workshop will bring together research in aesthetics, philosophy of language and linguistics … Read More

Crossmodal perception in the arts
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Casey O’Callaghan (Rice University) February 20, 4-6pm, Centre for Philosophical Psychology, University of Antwerp,  Annex, Building R, Stadcampus, Antwerp It is natural to divide the arts into two classes. The first are unimodal art forms, or those whose aesthetically relevant … Read More

The Squared Horizon: The Frames and Trajectories of Paul Virilio
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6 June 2014 Nottingham Trent University In Desert Screen, Paul Virilio suggests the notion of a ‘squared horizon’ as a way of envisioning the interposition of the screen, multiple screens, in matters of war, conflict and international relations. Yet, the … Read More

Perceiving the Light: Shadow, Image, Transparency
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21-22 March, 2014 University of Durham Registration deadline: 7 March, 2014 The Philosophy Department at the University of Durham is pleased to announce a two-day, interdisciplinary workshop, including master-classes, artist talks, paper presentations and moderated discussion, on the theme of … Read More

BSA Connections: Aesthetics in Mathematics
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IMPORTANT DATES  Abstract Submission deadline: 1 July 2014  Notification of decisions: 1 August 2014  Conference dates: 5 – 7 December 2014 TOPICS AND SUBMISSION DETAILS A small number of slots are reserved for contributed papers, each of which will be … Read More

Ethics, Museums and Archaeology
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2-3 April 2014 Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford This AHRC-funded workshop, generously sponsored by the Ashmolean Museum, is organised within the framework of an AHRC-funded Research Network Group project on ‘The Ethics and Aesthetics of Archaeology’: https://www.dur.ac.uk/philosophy/research/research_projects/aes.eth.arch/ This wider project … Read More

Special issue of Philosophica devoted to Baumgarten
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On the occasion of the 300th anniversary of the birth of Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten, Philosophica will devote a special issue to his philosophical thought. The idea of aesthetics as the science of sensory cognition proposed by Baumgarten in 1735 was … Read More

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