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15 January - ? June 2014, Significance of Phenomenology Graduate Seminar and Lecture Series

Date: 15 January - ? June 2014
Location: University of Amsterdam
Costs: None

Significance of Phenomenology

Winter/Spring 2014

The UvA department of philosophy lecture series The Significance of Phenomenology, and NICA graduate seminar will recommence in January 2014. The aim of the lecture series and seminar is to explore how phenomenological ideas are of continuing inspiration in many different fields of research both inside and outside of philosophy.

Programme:

15 January Arianna Betti (Amsterdam)
16.00-18.00 C0.23, Oudemanhuispoort

27 February Peter Reynaert (Antwerp)
17.00-19.00 C2.23, Oudemanhuispoort.
(Please note later time for this lecture.)

19 March Joseph Schear (Oxford)
16.00-18.00 E0.02, Oost Indisch Huis (VOC-Zaal)

9 April Dorothée Legrand (Paris)
16.00-18.00 C2.23, Oudemanhuispoort.

24 April Hans-Peter Krüger (Potsdam)
16.00-18.00 C2.23, Oudemanhuispoort.

14 May Tim Crane (Cambridge)
16.00-18.00 Doelenzaal, Universiteit Bibliotheek

+ Symposium on Crane's The Objects of Thought (Oxford University Press, 2013)
>09.00-15.00 Belle van Zuylenzaal, Universiteit Bibliotheek

28 May Sonja Rinofner-Kreidl (Graz)
16.00-18.00 Venue tbc.

June (TBC) Thomas Fuchs (Heidelberg)

A graduate seminar will run alongside the lecture series which students from the master of Logic are welcome to take. The aim of the seminar is to provide some background to the topics to be discussed by our invite speakers and their connection to phenomenology. Meetings will take place once a month. The seminar can be studied for credit (6EC). Please contact for more information.

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