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German Philosophy Seminar Series

School of Advanced Study, University of London

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German Philosophy Seminar Series
German Philosophy Seminar Series

German Philosophy Seminar Series

School of Advanced Study, University of London

9
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14
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As global culture is once again pregnant with the urge to formulate alternatives to the neoliberal politics and cultural politics of the last three decades, there is a need to return to the rich tradition of utopian thought in philosophy. In this semes...

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Process Philosophy | 7

Institute of Modern Languages Research Process Philosophy | 7 Dr Johan Siebers (IMLR, School of Advanced Study) This seminar investigates the relation between thought, spontaneity and movement - in short, living thought, or thought thinking experience. Spontaneity and movement are nothing fixed, and so it seems that a philosophical understanding of them must also itself be, at least to some extent, a fluid, moving or spontaneous understanding. What is required, it seems, is an unprincipled, an-archic form of thought: '"life" cannot be a defining characteristic. It is a name for originality, and not for tradition' (Whitehead). Perhaps we are moving outside of the realm of conceptual, discursive reason when we try to think spontaneous movement: 'process cannot be directly thought due to the static, form-endowing character of reason, anymore than permanence can be directly felt, due to the dynamic, form-excluding character of intuition' (David Hall). It could be that the awareness of m...

111 MIN2017 JAN 30
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Process Philosophy | 7

Process Philosophy | 6

Institute of Modern Languages Research Process Philosophy | 6 Dr Johan Siebers (IMLR, School of Advanced Study) This seminar investigates the relation between thought, spontaneity and movement - in short, living thought, or thought thinking experience. Spontaneity and movement are nothing fixed, and so it seems that a philosophical understanding of them must also itself be, at least to some extent, a fluid, moving or spontaneous understanding. What is required, it seems, is an unprincipled, an-archic form of thought: '"life" cannot be a defining characteristic. It is a name for originality, and not for tradition' (Whitehead). Perhaps we are moving outside of the realm of conceptual, discursive reason when we try to think spontaneous movement: 'process cannot be directly thought due to the static, form-endowing character of reason, anymore than permanence can be directly felt, due to the dynamic, form-excluding character of intuition' (David Hall). It could be that the awareness of m...

105 MIN2017 JAN 16
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Process Philosophy | 6

Process Philosophy | 1

Institute of Modern Languages Research Process Philosophy | 1 Dr Johan Siebers (IMLR, School of Advanced Study) This seminar investigates the relation between thought, spontaneity and movement - in short, living thought, or thought thinking experience. Spontaneity and movement are nothing fixed, and so it seems that a philosophical understanding of them must also itself be, at least to some extent, a fluid, moving or spontaneous understanding. What is required, it seems, is an unprincipled, an-archic form of thought: '"life" cannot be a defining characteristic. It is a name for originality, and not for tradition' (Whitehead). Perhaps we are moving outside of the realm of conceptual, discursive reason when we try to think spontaneous movement: 'process cannot be directly thought due to the static, form-endowing character of reason, anymore than permanence can be directly felt, due to the dynamic, form-excluding character of intuition' (David Hall). It could be that the awareness of m...

78 MIN2016 OCT 10
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Process Philosophy | 1

Thinking Being | 10

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 10 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

118 MIN2016 APR 25
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Thinking Being | 10

Thinking Being | 9

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 9 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

117 MIN2016 APR 11
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Thinking Being | 9

Thinking Being | 8

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 8 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

114 MIN2016 FEB 29
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Thinking Being | 8

Thinking Being | 7

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 7 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

135 MIN2015 NOV 30
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Thinking Being | 7

Thinking Being | 6

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 6 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

109 MIN2015 NOV 23
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Thinking Being | 6

Thinking Being | 5

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 5 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

118 MIN2015 NOV 9
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Thinking Being | 5

Thinking Being | 4

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 4 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

100 MIN2015 NOV 2
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Thinking Being | 4

Latest Episodes

Process Philosophy | 7

Institute of Modern Languages Research Process Philosophy | 7 Dr Johan Siebers (IMLR, School of Advanced Study) This seminar investigates the relation between thought, spontaneity and movement - in short, living thought, or thought thinking experience. Spontaneity and movement are nothing fixed, and so it seems that a philosophical understanding of them must also itself be, at least to some extent, a fluid, moving or spontaneous understanding. What is required, it seems, is an unprincipled, an-archic form of thought: '"life" cannot be a defining characteristic. It is a name for originality, and not for tradition' (Whitehead). Perhaps we are moving outside of the realm of conceptual, discursive reason when we try to think spontaneous movement: 'process cannot be directly thought due to the static, form-endowing character of reason, anymore than permanence can be directly felt, due to the dynamic, form-excluding character of intuition' (David Hall). It could be that the awareness of m...

111 MIN2017 JAN 30
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Process Philosophy | 7

Process Philosophy | 6

Institute of Modern Languages Research Process Philosophy | 6 Dr Johan Siebers (IMLR, School of Advanced Study) This seminar investigates the relation between thought, spontaneity and movement - in short, living thought, or thought thinking experience. Spontaneity and movement are nothing fixed, and so it seems that a philosophical understanding of them must also itself be, at least to some extent, a fluid, moving or spontaneous understanding. What is required, it seems, is an unprincipled, an-archic form of thought: '"life" cannot be a defining characteristic. It is a name for originality, and not for tradition' (Whitehead). Perhaps we are moving outside of the realm of conceptual, discursive reason when we try to think spontaneous movement: 'process cannot be directly thought due to the static, form-endowing character of reason, anymore than permanence can be directly felt, due to the dynamic, form-excluding character of intuition' (David Hall). It could be that the awareness of m...

105 MIN2017 JAN 16
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Process Philosophy | 6

Process Philosophy | 1

Institute of Modern Languages Research Process Philosophy | 1 Dr Johan Siebers (IMLR, School of Advanced Study) This seminar investigates the relation between thought, spontaneity and movement - in short, living thought, or thought thinking experience. Spontaneity and movement are nothing fixed, and so it seems that a philosophical understanding of them must also itself be, at least to some extent, a fluid, moving or spontaneous understanding. What is required, it seems, is an unprincipled, an-archic form of thought: '"life" cannot be a defining characteristic. It is a name for originality, and not for tradition' (Whitehead). Perhaps we are moving outside of the realm of conceptual, discursive reason when we try to think spontaneous movement: 'process cannot be directly thought due to the static, form-endowing character of reason, anymore than permanence can be directly felt, due to the dynamic, form-excluding character of intuition' (David Hall). It could be that the awareness of m...

78 MIN2016 OCT 10
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Process Philosophy | 1

Thinking Being | 10

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 10 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

118 MIN2016 APR 25
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Thinking Being | 10

Thinking Being | 9

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 9 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

117 MIN2016 APR 11
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Thinking Being | 9

Thinking Being | 8

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 8 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

114 MIN2016 FEB 29
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Thinking Being | 8

Thinking Being | 7

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 7 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

135 MIN2015 NOV 30
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Thinking Being | 7

Thinking Being | 6

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 6 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

109 MIN2015 NOV 23
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Thinking Being | 6

Thinking Being | 5

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 5 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

118 MIN2015 NOV 9
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Thinking Being | 5

Thinking Being | 4

Institute of Modern Languages Research Thinking Being | 4 Johan Siebers (IMLR/UCLAN) German Philosophy seminar series

100 MIN2015 NOV 2
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Thinking Being | 4