Philosophy Seminars at Middlesex, Thursday 17 and Thursday 31 March

Two forthcoming Philosophy events at Middlesex:

Thursday 17 March, 6.30pm

Martin Liebscher, ‘Sigmund Freud and his Philosophical Mediators’

Martin Liebscher teaches at the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, London. He is the co-editor (with Angus Nicholls) of the recent collection Thinking the Unconscious: Nineteenth Century German Thought (Cambridge, 2010), and is the author of many articles on Nietzsche, Jung and Wittgenstein.

Place:  Room M004 (Saloon), Mansion Building, Middlesex University, Trent Park campus, Bramley Road, London N14 4YZ.

Thursday 31 March, 6.30pm.

Milena Ivanova, ‘Can the Realist Solve the Problem of Underdetermination of Theory by Evidence?’

Milena Ivanova is a PhD candidate in the Philosophy Department at Bristol University, where she is writing a thesis on Conventionalism and Structural Realism. She has recently published articles on Pierre Duhem’s philosophy of science and on Michael Friedman’s development of a Kantian approach to the study of scientific revolutions in his Dynamics of Reason.

Place:  Room M004 (Saloon), Mansion Building.

Tube: Piccadilly line to Oakwood station, free bus to campus.

All welcome.

Please note: the seminar on 31 March replaces the previously announced seminar by David Lapoujade.

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