PHILOSOPHY Events, Semester II, 2018, The Latest – updated

Philosophy Events

Semester II
16/5 Robert Bernasconi (Penn State), ‘Rethinking the Anthropocene in Terms of Race’ (Contact if you want to attend this event)

June 6th: Philosophy Undergrad-Postgrad conference:

The Friedrich Nietzsche Society is holding its conference here in September:


Other, extra-mural events, organised by Bigg Books/Newcastle Philosophy Society

Unless otherwise indicated: Time: 7pm. Place: Newcastle Literary and Philosophical Society. Admission: £3

Tuesday 24th April: Markus Gabriel (University of Bonn) — The 21st Century Brain

Tuesday 15th May: (Keith Ansell-Pearson’s event has had to be cancelled: it will be replaced by:)   Prof. Edith Hall (KCL), Aristotle on True Happiness

Saturday May 19th: Andres de Saenz Sicilia — Philosophical Materialism, 2–4pm (Hosted by the Newcastle Philosophy Society), St. John the Baptist Church Hall, Newcastle. Venue tbc. (Andres will also be giving a closed session for more advanced philosophers in the morning. Those interested in attending should contact Anthony Morgan to express their interest (

Tuesday 5th June: Gregory Claeys (Royal Holloway) — Why Marx Matters


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