Celebrating the World Philosophy Day, G-160, 9:30-5:40 PM, November 19 (EN)

Celebrating the World Philosophy Day

You are warmly invited to a day-long workshop, annually organized by the Philosophy Department to celebrate the UNESCO World Philosophy Day.

The event will take place on November 19, 2015 in G-160. The program will be as follows:

09:30 Opening Remarks

09:40 Patrick Fessenbecker “Sympathy, Vocation, and Moral Deliberation in George Eliot”

10:40 Sandrine Berges “Cannibalism, Rape and Liberty in Margaret Cavendish’s Fantasy and Science Fiction”

11:40 William Coker “New Mythology: the Poet as Philosopher”

Lunch Break

14:40 Ayşe Çelikkol “Dickens and Organic Form”

15:40 Bill Wringe “Inconsistent Stories, Shady Characters and Fictional Realism”

16:40 Saniye Vatansever “The Cognitive Basis of Aesthetic Pleasure in Kant”

Light refreshments will be provided.

Hope to see you there!