Events from 29 July, 2014
10th March, 2014 to 21st November, 2014
1st August, 2014 to 3rd August, 20149am-6:30pm
Cost: One day only $70, Both days $145; Concession: One day only $45, Both days $90
Contact: Sydney College of the Arts 61 2 9351 1000
Sponsored by: The Image in Question Conference and Sceptical Image exhibition is Jointly Organised by The School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (SOPHI) and Sydney College of the Arts, the University of Sydney and The Institute for Social Justice Australian Catholic University.
More info: Please visit www.theimageinquestion.net for full details and to register.
26th August, 20149:00-5:00pm
The History of Philosophy Programme will welcome Beth Lord from the University of Aberdeen as its next visitor in August. She will teach the postgraduate seminar “Spinoza and contemporary continental political philosophy”. This course puts into practice a new research-focused teaching format: students have the opportunity to closely engage with the research of international experts who present their work at a one-day workshop at Sydney University. The course will prepare them for this event and also give them the chance to write and present comments in relation to our speakers' papers. The seminar will be taught as a compact seminar in 5 x 3 h sessions in the week from 18 to 22 of August; the workshop will be on 26th of August.
Human Nature and the Construction of the State - Hobbes and Spinoza.
26th August, 9 am – 5 pm, Muniment Room, Main Quad, University of Sydney
Organiser: Anik Waldow
Daniel Garber (Princeton)
Moira Gatens (Sydney)
Beth Lord (Aberdeen)
Michael LeBuffe (Otago)
Duncan Ivison (Sydney)
This event has been made possible with the support of the Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science and the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry of the University of Sydney.
26th August, 20149:00-5:00
Level 4 via Lobby B
The University of Sydney
The Muniment Room is accessible via either the Northern (Lobby A) or Southern (Lobby B) Vestibules’ staircases on the Eastern side of the Quadrangle Building
27th August, 2014 to 29th August, 2014
This colloquium forms part of Professor Peter Anstey’s ARC Future Fellowship project on ‘The nature and status of principles in early modern philosophy’. It is sponsored by the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry and the Sydney Centre for the Foundations of Science.