European Philosophy Workshop

Date: 

Friday, December 2, 2011, 9:00am to 6:00pm

 European Philosophy Workshop:

Subject for this year:  European Social Theory

Contact:  Michael Rosen (Government), Harvard University

CGIS - SOUTH BELFER CASE STUDY ROOM, BASEMENT LEVEL 1730 CAMBRIDGE ST, CAMBRIDGE MA

THE WORKSHOP SCHEDULE:

10:45am-12noon:

MICHAEL ROSEN

(Harvard)

“Three Approaches to Politics – The Theory of Ideology Revisited”

Chair: RICHARD MORAN (Harvard) LUNCH BREAK

1:30-2:45pm:

PETER GORDON

   (Harvard)

“Habermas and Religion”

Chair: SEAN KELLY (Harvard) COFFEE BREAK


3:00-4:30pm:

CHARLES LESCH

(Harvard)

“Walter Benjamin: After the Shekhinah”

BERNARDO ZACKA

   (Harvard)

  “Agency and Autonomy in the Later Work of Michel Foucault”

Chair: PETER GORDON (Harvard) COFFEE BREAK


5:00-6:15pm:

TAMSIN SHAW 

   (NYU)

“Can We Assess the Political Implications of Secularization?”

Chair: MICHAEL ROSEN (Harvard) DINNER

IS FREE AND OPEN TO FACULTY AND STUDENTS.

THOSE WISHING CONTACT THE ORGANIZERS (EUROPEAN.PHILOSOPHY@GMAIL.COM) BY NOV. 25TH AT THE LATEST.

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