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Continental Philosophy Reading Group

Run by English Literature / Art History students, meeting one Friday per month. Our first session (5th October, 12-1.30pm in the Keynes Library) will look at Bruno Latour's essay "Why has critique run out of steam" alongside Rosalyn Diprose's "Continental Philosophy: Thinking the Corporeal with the Political". Our second session (2nd November, 12-1.30pm) will aim to look at Derrida's Learning to Live Finally: The Last Interview. Texts for subsequent sessions tbc, but many include extracts from Levinas' Totality and Infinity, and Sartre's Being and Nothingness.

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Comment by Fiona Johnstone on March 1, 2013 at 10:25

Hi Hugh, 

We are all currently taking a break from continental philosophy. Perhaps if there are any texts that you would particularly like to look at, you could propose a session and convene it yourself? 

Best,

Fiona

Comment by Hugh Smith on March 1, 2013 at 10:04

Hello! Is this still running?

 

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