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Sweelinckzaal, Drift 21, Utrecht

February 2018

colloquium: Alan Schrift on Deleuze, Nietzsche, Spinoza

16 February 2018 @ 15:00 - 17:00

"Pluralism = Monism: What Deleuze learns from Nietzsche and Spinoza**"* Prof. dr. *Alan Schrift* F. Wendell Miller Professor of Philosophy Grinnell College /with a response by:/ Prof. dr. *Gregg Lambert* Dean's Professor of the Humanities Syracuse University All are welcome!

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June 2018

Book symposium “Intentions Unbound” (Ulrike Heuer)

22 June 2018 @ 08:00 - 17:00

Book symposium on Ulrike Heuer’s new book manuscript “Intentions Unbound. The Rationality and Morality of Intentions”  Friday  June 22 Utrecht Ulrike Heuer is Reader at the Philosophy Department of University College London. Her work is primarily on theories of practical reasons, in action theory, and in normative ethics. The focus of her current research is on action theory and moral psychology (intentions, responsibility, moral luck). In the book “Intentions Unbound”  she explores what intentions are, how they relate to the…

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February 2020

Workshop: Subject and Object

27 February 2020 - 28 February 2020

Subject and Object, a workshop with Adrian Haddock (Stirling/Leipzig) The Subject and Object workshop, for which Utrecht University’s Unified Pluralism project collaborates with Leipzig’s FAGI (Research Center for Analytic German Idealism), is concerned with a book manuscript by Adrian Haddock, entitled “Subject and Object”, subtitled “How the I of Apperception Finds Itself in the World” (full abstract below). This book is concerned with an insight that runs through the history of philosophy, and comes to perhaps its most explicit expression…

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September 2022

Utrecht Philosophy Lecture series – 26 Sept, 16:00, prof. Cécile Laborde (Oxford University)

26 September 2022 @ 16:00

We are happy to announce that the first lecture in the Utrecht Philosophy Lecture series 2022-2023 will take place on the 26th of September, at 16:00h, in Sweelinckzaal (Drift 21), Utrecht University. Our speaker for this session is prof. Cécile Laborde from the University of Oxford with the talk Who Can Claim Indirect Discrimination? (please find the abstract below). Everyone is also cordially invited to join the small reception afterwards. We look forward to seeing many of you there! Sincerely,…

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