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10th Nordic Workshop in Early Modern Philosophy (NWEMP)

June 2-3, 2017 University of Tartu | Jakobi 2–336, Tartu, Estonia Friday, June 2 11.00 | Welcome 11.05-12.05 | Erik Åkerlund (Uppsala): “The End? Final Causes and Final Causation in some Baroque Scholastics” 12.15-13.15 | Jan Forsman (Tampere): “Life and Skepticism for Descartes: The Meaning of the Moral Code in the Discourse” 15.00-16.00 | Markku Roinila (Helsinki): “Cogito-argument and

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CFP Feminist Philosophy: Ethics

CfP Feminist philosophy: Ethics | Orivesi, Finland, 24-31 July 2016 Abstract deadline: May 13th Invited keynote speakers: Elizabeth Povinelli, Franz Boas Professor of Anthropology and Gender Studies at Columbia  University, US. Robert Pfaller, Professor of Philosophy and Cultural Theory at the University of Art and Industrial Design in Linz, Austria. Following the inaugural symposium on feminism and the

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MA in Philosophy at the University of Tartu

MASTER’S PROGRAMME IN PHILOSOPHY SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE! The University of Tartu in Estonia is looking forward to applications for its two-year Master’s Programme in Philosophy. Language of instruction: English Application deadline: 15. April 2016 We welcome students with a background in philosophy as well as students from other disciplines who have an interest in the philosophical

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CFP: Feminist Philosophy: Time and History

Nordic Summer University | Umeå Center for Gender Studies | Department of historical, philosophical, and religious studies | Umeå University | March 15-17, 2016 Abstract deadline: 7th of December. Invited speakers: * Tuija Pulkkinen (Academy professor at the Department of philosophy, history and culture, Helsinki University) * Kristina Fjelkestam (Associate professor in gender studies, Stockholm University) * Claudia Lindén (Associate professor in literature, Södertörn University) * Sara Edenheim (Docent in

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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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Master’s Programme: Study Philosophy in the University of Tartu

MASTER’S PROGRAMME IN PHILOSOPHY The University of Tartu in Estonia is looking forward to applications for its two-year Master’s Programme in Philosophy.  SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS. Language of instruction: English Application deadline: 16. April 2015 We welcome students with a background in philosophy as well as students from other disciplines who have an interest in the philosophical issues raised

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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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PPhil in Vilnius: 4 day. Farewell

Closing session: Future of the project Mikael M. Karlsson (University of Iceland) and Olli Loukola (University of Helsinki) saying farewell words and making future plans announcements.

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PPhil in Vilnius: 3 Day. Seminars II

Presentations: 11 valuable researches from PPhil members and friends The third day consists from eleven different presentations from eleven different specialists. Here we move from Isaiah Berlin through the phenomenological and marxist approaches to the innovative concept of “playground” and philosophy of moral intuition. List of videos: 1. Olli Loukola, University of Helsinki: “Commissioning a

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