Digest Week 7 Trinity Term 2021
TT21, Week 7 (6th - 12th June)
If you have entries for the weekly Digest, please send information to firstname.lastname@example.org by midday, Wednesday the week before the event.
Unless otherwise stated, all events will take place online.
Notices - other Philosophy events, including those taking place elsewhere in the university and beyond
The Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society | 17:30-19:15 | Online
Title: Knowing How to Reason Logically
Speaker: Corine Besson (University of Sussex)
Chaired by Bill Brewer (KCL)
Due to the Covid-19 situation, The Aristotelian Society will be holding its meetings online via Zoom until further notice. To join the presentation and discussion period for each talk you will need to follow this link. If you have any problems or concerns about the software, please contact email@example.com. You do not need to have a Zoom account or to download anything in advance but we have found that the software works better on Google Chrome or Firefox, rather than other browsers. Please log into the “waiting room” at least 5 minutes in advance of the talk - so by 17:25 next Monday.
Further details | View the programme | Read the draft paper
Hegel Reading Group | The Phenomenology of Spirit | 18:00-19:30 | Online
The Hegel Reading Group continues to meet by Skype on Tuesdays 18.00-19.30. We are reading 'The Phenomenology of Spirit' (any translation). We are reading in Section 6. B: Self-Alienated Spirit. Culture. New Readers please contact either Susanne Herrmann Sinai or Louise Braddock for the Skype link and details of the week's reading.
Arguments in Indian Philosophy Discussion Seminars | 14:00 | Online via Zoom
Zoom link below - All welcome.
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Meeting ID: 974 7607 1329
Leverhulme Lectures on “The Reception of Neoplatonism in Armenia” | 17:00 | Online
Speaker: Valentina Calzolari (Leverhulme Visiting Professor, University of Oxford, Professor of Armenian Studies, University of Geneva)
Title: The Reception of the Neoplatonic Works in Armenia in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period
Organiser: Theo M. van Lint, Calouste Gulbenkian Professor of Armenian Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies and Pembroke College
The four Leverhulme Lectures will stress how late ancient Neoplatonism was received and transmited to Armenia over the centuries. Special emphasis will be placed on the corpus of the Armenian translations of the Greek commentaries on Aristotelian logic by David, a Neoplatonist who taught at the School of Alexandria in the 6th century. Moreover, they will examine the construction of the legend of David in the Armenian tradition, and its contribution to the fashioning of Armenian identity, both cultural and national - a contribution which endured to the end of the 19th century.
Philosophy Practical, Political, and Ethical lecture series | 16:00-18:00 | Online
Speaker: Francey Russell (Barnard College and Columbia University)
Please register for each talk on the IP’s events page here (registration is required). And please feel encouraged to participate in a way that your living, caretaking, and Zoom fatigue situation allows.