Middlesex Philosophy Events, January-May 2011

Here is a revised Middlesex Philosophy Seminar and Events schedule for January-May 2011.

Seminars are held on Tuesdays at 5.30pm or Thursdays at 6.30pm, in the Saloon (M004), Mansion Building, Trent Park campus (Piccadilly Line to Oakwood tube, free bus to campus).

Tuesday 25 January, 5.30pm.  Gary Lachman (London): ‘What is Cosmic Consciousness?’

Friday 28 January, 4pm (Room 222). Rosa Nogues: Introduction to French Feminism, part III: Kristeva.

Tuesday 15 February, 5.30pm. Dylan Evans (University College Cork): ‘Is Lacanian Psychoanalysis Wrong, Or Not Even Wrong?’

Tuesday 1 March, 5.30pm. Marcus Boon (York University, Toronto): ‘Buddhism after Badiou: Between Ideology and Practice’

Thursday 17 March, 6.30pm.  Martin Liebscher (Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, London): ‘Sigmund Freud and his Philosophical Mediators’

Thursday 31 March, 6.30pm.  Milena Ivanova (Bristol University). ‘Can the Realist Solve the Problem of Underdetermination of Theory by Evidence?’

Thursday 5 May, 2pm-8.30pm. Workshop: ‘Hegel Now?’ With Ali Alizadeh, Katerina Deligiorgi, Ian Jakobi and Slavoj Žižek.

All welcome.

Please note the change of date and topic for Marcus Boon’s talk. Two previously announced seminars, by Robin Le Poidevin (25 January) and Keith Ansell Pearson (3 February), have now been cancelled.

Please direct enquiries to c.kerslake@mdx.ac.uk

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