Friday, May 21, 2010

Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy Winter School 2010.

The Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy is pleased to announce the curriculum for the upcoming Winter School 2010. Week One (5-9 July) Lévinas and Derrida: another time at the anarche of subjectivity (11am-1pm) Andrea León Maurice Blanchot: literature and the ambiguity of the negative (2-4pm) Mark Hewson Week Two (12-16 July) Heidegger's Aristotle (11am-1pm) James Garrett History of Philosophy II: Plato (2-4pm) Martin Black Week Three (19-23 July) Spinoza's Ethics (11am-1pm) Jon Roffe Max Weber - Social Philosopher (2-4pm) Cameron Shingleton Each course consists of 5 x 2-hour seminars. Fees begin at $80 The Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy is an independent teaching and research organisation made up of academics and graduates who share the goal of providing philosophy wherever it is needed. The MSCP runs 1-day free workshops in autumn and spring, and teaches a variety of courses at its annual summer and winter schools, and throughout the year in evening classes. Join our mailing list online to receive updates on mscp and associated philosophical activities. The MSCP is housed by the philosophy department at the University of Melbourne. For further information, visit:

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