Monthly Archives: November 2010

UPDATE – Norris seminar, time change to 6.30pm

PLEASE NOTE Tonight’s seminar by Christopher Norris will now begin at 6.30pm. Room M013 (Blue Room), Mansion Building, Trent Park campus. Advertisements

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Christopher Norris seminar, TUESDAY 30 NOVEMBER, 5.30pm

Philosophy Event at Middlesex, Tuesday 30 November, 5.30pm Christopher Norris: ‘Aesthetic Ideology Revisited’ * * Please note the day (Tuesday) and time (5.30pm, not 6.30) * * Christopher Norris has published numerous books and articles on continental and analytic philosophy, … Continue reading

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MDX STUDENTS RALLY AGAINST THE CUTS TODAY

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Public course on French feminism, starts Friday 26 November

Free public mini-course on French feminism by Rosa Nogues, starting Friday 26 November, 2010, 4pm. Rationale: Feminist theory in France encompasses a field of thought much wider and more heterogeneous than that suggested by what has come to be known … Continue reading

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Sean Sayers on Communism, Thursday 18 November, 6.30pm

Philosophy Event at Middlesex this week: Thursday 18 November, 6.30 pm: Sean Sayers on ‘Marx’s Concept of Communism’ Sean Sayers is the author of Marxism and Human Nature (1998, reprinted 2007), and numerous books and articles including Reality and Reason: … Continue reading

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Susan James on Spinoza, Thursday 11 November, 6.30pm & Marx course, Friday 12 November, 4pm

Philosophy Events at Middlesex this week: Thursday 11 November, 6.30pm. Susan James on ‘Spinoza, Rembrandt and Superstition’ Susan James is the author of Passion and Action: The Emotions in Early Modern Philosophy (Oxford University Press, 1997), and is currently working … Continue reading

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NEW DATE: The Humanities and the Idea of the University: Tuesday 7 December 2010

The workshop on the Humanities will now take place on Tuesday 7 December 2010, 11am-6pm, Saloon (M004), Ground Floor, Mansion Building, Middlesex University, Trent Park campus, Bramley Road, London N14 4YZ. Schedule: 11.00  Christian Kerslake: Introduction: Philosophy, the Humanities and … Continue reading

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