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Conference: “DEBT AND GIFT”

28 March 2015 @ 13:00 - 18:00

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DEBT AND GIFT: CONFLICT, PATRONAGE AND RECOGNITION AT THE END OF THE ECONOMY A symposium organized by the Centre for Art and Philosophy, Erasmus University College and the Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge Saturday 28 March 2015 Erasmus University College ( http://www.eur.nl/euc/visit_euc/contact_and_route/ ) PROGRAM 13h00 Philip Goodchild – Marketplace or Sacred Temple? The nature of the economy in banking and finance Followed by a dialogue with Liesbeth Noordegraaf-Eelens 14h15 Coffee 14h30 Marcel Hénaff – Rethinking Reciprocity and Recognition: Rethinking reciprocity…
DEBT AND GIFT: CONFLICT, PATRONAGE AND RECOGNITION AT THE END OF THE ECONOMY A symposium organized by the Centre for Art and Philosophy, Erasmus University College and the Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge Saturday 28 March 2015 Erasmus University College ( http://www.eur.nl/euc/visit_euc/contact_and_route/ ) PROGRAM 13h00 Philip Goodchild - Marketplace or Sacred Temple? The nature of the economy in banking and finance Followed by a dialogue with Liesbeth Noordegraaf-Eelens 14h15 Coffee 14h30 Marcel Hénaff - Rethinking Reciprocity and Recognition: Rethinking reciprocity and recognition: Beyond Mauss and Gift Economy Followed by a dialogue with Marc Schuilenburg 15h45 Coffee 16h00 Henk Oosterling - Interest and Interesse. When Enough is Enough Followed by a dialogue with René ten Bos 17h15 Plenary discussion chaired by Robin van den Akker and Sjoerd van Tuinen 18h00 Reception Please consult http://www.caponline.org/debt-and-gift-conflict- patronage-and-recognition-end-economy for speaker’s biographies, abstracts and program updates. PRACTICAL Because of the limited number of seats, please register by e-mail with Monique Goense – 323450mg@student.eur.nl – if you want to participate. Address: Erasmus University College Nieuwemarkt 1A Rotterdam

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Date:
28 March 2015
Time:
13:00 - 18:00
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Venue

Erasmus University College, Nieuwemarkt 1A, 3011 HP Rotterdam, Netherlands
Nieuwemarkt 1A, 3011 HP Rotterdam, Netherlands
Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland 3011 HP Netherlands

Organizer

Monique Goense
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Email:
323450mg@student.eur.nl
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DEBT AND GIFT: CONFLICT, PATRONAGE AND RECOGNITION AT THE END OF THE
ECONOMY

A symposium organized by the Centre for Art and Philosophy, Erasmus
University College and the Erasmus Institute for Public Knowledge

Saturday 28 March 2015
Erasmus University College (
http://www.eur.nl/euc/visit_euc/contact_and_route/ )

PROGRAM

13h00 Philip Goodchild – Marketplace or Sacred Temple? The nature of the
economy in banking and finance

Followed by a dialogue with Liesbeth Noordegraaf-Eelens

14h15 Coffee

14h30 Marcel Hénaff – Rethinking Reciprocity and Recognition: Rethinking
reciprocity and recognition: Beyond Mauss and Gift Economy

Followed by a dialogue with Marc Schuilenburg

15h45 Coffee

16h00 Henk Oosterling – Interest and Interesse. When Enough is Enough

Followed by a dialogue with René ten Bos

17h15 Plenary discussion chaired by Robin van den Akker and Sjoerd van
Tuinen

18h00 Reception

Please consult http://www.caponline.org/debt-and-gift-conflict-
patronage-and-recognition-end-economy for speaker’s biographies,
abstracts and program updates.

PRACTICAL

Because of the limited number of seats, please register by e-mail with
Monique Goense – 323450mg@student.eur.nl – if you want to participate.

Address:
Erasmus University College
Nieuwemarkt 1A Rotterdam

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