Category Archives: Intensive courses

Intensive course: Intensive Seminar for Nordic-Baltic Philosophy Symposia Master’s Students: Passions and Morals in David Hume’s Treatise of Human Nature

(this is for archive purposes only. The course was effectively held in 2016.) 2-6 May 2016, Tallinn University, School of Humanities, Narva mnt 25: rooms TBA 5 ECTS credits Instructors This course will be taught by Mikael M. Karlsson (University of Iceland) and Henry Alexander Henrysson (University of Iceland). Teachers from other institutions will assist with

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Intensive course: Respecting Persons and Their Voices

Intensive Seminar for Nordic-Baltic Philosophy Symposia Master’s students ‘Respecting Persons and Their Voices: Objectification and Silencing’ 9-13 November, 2015 | University of Tartu, Department of Philosophy, Jakobi 2 | room numbers TBA Duration: 5 days | 6 ECTS Teachers: Alex Davies (Tartu), Eve Kitsik (Tartu), Francesco Orsi (Tartu) Course description:  The concept of objectification is widely

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Intensive Course: The End Syndrome

Intensive Seminar for Nordic-Baltic Philosophy Symposia Master’s students May 11-15, 2015 | Tallinn University, Mare building, M-328 | 5 ECTS Duration: 5 days Teachers:  Siobhan Kattago (Tallinn University) | Olli Loukola (University of Helsinki) | Klemen Slabina (Tallinn University). Students: 24 (max) Purpose of the course: Students will have a more thorough understanding of how philosophers from both the continental and

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CFP: Nordic and Baltic Symposium on Love at Göteborg University

Exploring Affect: Love 27ŧh February – 1st March, 2015 | Göteborg University Exploring Affect, a study circle in the independent intellectual organization Nordic Summer University, invites scholars, students, artists and activists to an interdisciplinary symposium on love at Göteborg University from 27th of February to 1st of March in 2015. Invited speakers are Tove Pettersen, professor of philosophy at

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Intensive Course. Human Rights: Ideas and Problems

Master’s Level Intensive Course November 10-15, 2014 | Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences (LEU) | 5 ECTS Duration: 5 days Teachers:  Henry Alexander Henrysson (University of Iceland) | Rasa Askinyte-Degesiene (Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences) | Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard (Council of Europe) | Renata Bikauskaite (Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences). Course description: The main purpose of this

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Intensive Course: Pictorial Experience: A Philosophical Approach to Virtual Reality | UH

Master’s Level Intensive Course May 12  – 16, 2014 | University of Helsinki | ECTS: 5 Duration: 5 days Students: 24 (max) Teachers: Jūratė Baranova (Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences) | Laura Junutytė (Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences) | Liv Hausken (University of Oslo) | Regina-Nino Kurg (Tallinn University) | Kārlis Vērpe (University of Liepaja)

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Intensive Course: The Philosophy of Information: Computer and Information Technology Ethics (Master Level) | TLU

December 2 – 6, 2013 | Tallinn University | ECTS: 5 Duration: 5 days Students: 24 (max) Teachers: Oliver Laas (Tallinn University) | Katrin Laas-Mikko (University of Tartu) Registration: contact Regina-Nino Kurg via reginanino@yahoo.com. Purpose of the course: The primary goal of the intensive course for Master Level students is to introduce them to philosophical

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