Past MSCP Courses

Every course taught at the MSCP since 2003

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2021
Evening Sem 2
Heidegger on Technology and Dwelling
Lecturer: Andrew Benjamin
2021
Evening Sem 2
Aristotelian Antics – An Introduction to the Stagirite and his Islamic and Christian heirs
Lecturer: Jon Rubin
2021
Evening Sem 2
The Philosophy of Angels
Lecturer: Nina Power
2021
Evening Sem 2
Preparatory Fundamental Analysis of Dasein
Lecturer: Mammad Aidani
2021
Evening Sem 2
Schelling’s Philosophy of Mythology
Lecturer: Christian Kerslake
2021
Evening Sem 2
Plato’s Theory of Forms
Lecturer: Bernard Lewin
2021
Winter School
Classic Films for Teenage Girls: A Deleuzean Approach to the “Woman’s Film” of the 1940s
Lecturer: Mairead Phillips
2021
Winter School
Primitive communism: The genealogy of an idea
Lecturers: Miri Davidson, Simon Barber, Christina Chalmers and Cooper Francis
2021
Winter School
Towards a Genealogy of Peace: Ambrogio Lorenzetti and Pico della Mirandola
Lecturers: Francesco Borghesi and Andrew Benjamin
2021
Winter School
Anarchy as a Way of Life
Lecturer: Valery Vinogradovs
2021
Winter School
Living Grounds: Emergence, Complexity, and Narrative in the early 20th Century
Lecturer: Ben Woodard
2021
Winter School
Philosophy under condition: how art “thinks” in Alain Badiou’s L'immanence des vérités
Lecturer: Caitlyn Lesiuk
2021
Winter School
Locating the Posthumanities
Lecturer: Elese Dowden
2021
Winter School
Figure, sensation, colour: Deleuze’s Francis Bacon
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2021
Winter School
Luce Irigaray’s Speculum of the Other Woman
Lecturer: Eva Birch
2021
Winter School
‘Who is Frantz Fanon?’ ‘Oh, my body, always make me a man who questions’
Lecturer: Steven Corcoran
2021
Winter School
The New Receptions of Jacques Derrida
Lecturer: Peter Gratton
2021
Winter School
The Freudian Subject: A Radical Reappraisal
Lecturer: Jen Izaakson
2021
Winter School
Subterranean Passages: The Gothic and Philosophy
Lecturer: Gregory Marks
2021
Winter School
The Thought of Georges Bataille
Lecturer: Nina Power
2021
Evening Sem 1
Henri Bergson: Tendency and Time
Lecturer: Tano Posteraro
2021
Evening Sem 1
Key Philosophical Attitudes
Lecturer: Valery Vinogradovs
2021
Evening Sem 1
From the Market of Information to the Pharmacology of the Gift: Extensions of Stieglerian Neganthropology
Lecturer: Daniel Ross
2021
Evening Sem 1
The Fold: Deleuze and Leibniz
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2021
Summer School
Chaosmos Refracted: The Schizophrenic Ecologies of Félix Guattari
Lecturer: Timothy Deane-Freeman
2021
Summer School
Grown Wrong: Biophilosophy after Darwin
Lecturer: Ben Woodard
2021
Summer School
Ethico-political engagement and the self-constituting subject in Foucault
Lecturer: Lenka Ucnik
2021
Summer School
Deleuze's Foucault
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2021
Summer School
Bakhtin’s Voices and Official Culture
Lecturer: Valery Vinogradovs
2021
Summer School
Shoshana Zuboff’s ‘The Age of Surveillance Capitalism’
Lecturer: Elise Addlem
2021
Summer School
The Three Conversions of Bernard Stiegler: An Overview
Lecturer: Daniel Ross
2021
Summer School
Political Keywords of Emancipatory Politics
Lecturer: Steven Corcoran
2021
Summer School
Stoicism as a Social Philosophy
Lecturer: Will Johncock
2021
Summer School
Possibility and Contradiction: An Introduction to Hegel’s Doctrine of Essence
Lecturer: Nahum Brown
2021
Summer School
Emmanuel Levinas: Reimagining Subjectivity and Ethics
Lecturer: Tiffany Plotzza
2021
Summer School
German Romanticism: Literature as Life
Lecturer: Nanda Jarosz
2021
Summer School
Luce Irigaray: The philosophy of sexual difference and women in film
Lecturer: Mara Antic
2021
Summer School
The World Does Not Exist: What this means and why it matters
Lecturer: Austin Hayden Smidt
2020
Evening Sem 2
Deleuze and Guattari’s What is Philosophy? A retrospective
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2020
Evening Sem 2
A Sceptical Style: Wit and Laughter
Lecturer: Valery Vinogradovs
2020
Evening Sem 2
Heidegger’s Letter on Humanism
Lecturer: Andrew Benjamin
2020
Evening Sem 2
Simone de Beauvoir: Philosophy and Feminism
Lecturer: Sameema Zahra
2020
Winter School
Lifeforms
Lecturer: Ben Woodard
2020
Winter School
A Human Geometry: The Films of Hal Hartley
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2020
Winter School
Nancy Fraser: neoliberalism, identity politics, feminism and class struggle
Lecturer: Elise Addlem
2020
Winter School
Frantz Fanon and Achille Mbembe: The Legacies of Colonialism
Lecturer: Peter Gratton
2020
Winter School
Heidegger’s Identity and Difference
Lecturer: Andrew Benjamin
2020
Winter School
Philosophy and Protest
Lecturer: Margarita Varava
2020
Winter School
Proust Among the Philosophers
Lecturer: Louis Klee
2020
Winter School
Forms of Rationalism and its Adversaries: Bridging The Gap between Continental and Analytic Philosophy
Lecturer: Andrea Giuseppe Ragno
2020
Winter School
An Introduction to Hegel’s Science of Logic
Lecturer: Nahum Brown
2020
Winter School
A Genealogy of Citizenship
Lecturer: Irene Dal Poz
2020
Winter School
The Last Days of the Dialectic: An Historical and Philosophical Introduction to the Early Badiou’s Politics
Lecturers: Robert Boncardo and Bryan Cooke
2020
Evening Sem 1
Gilles Deleuze: From Philosophy to Cinema
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2020
Evening Sem 1
Deleuze and Guattari's A Thousand Plateaus
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2020
Evening Sem 1
A Sceptical Style: Montaigne's Impressionism
Lecturer: Valery Vinogradovs
2020
Summer School
“A Thought from Outside:” the unthought in Blanchot, Foucault and Deleuze
Lecturer: Tim Deane-Freeman
2020
Summer School
Madmen
Lecturer: Valery Vinogradovs
2020
Summer School
Castoriadis: a militant philosopher? Poiesis, Power and Historicity
Lecturer: Sean McMorrow
2020
Summer School
Plato and the Philosophy of the Unsayable: Discovering the radical Plato that Analytic Philosophy can never know
Lecturer: Bernard Lewin
2020
Summer School
Mythos and Logos: An Introduction to Philosophical Approaches to Myth
Lecturer: James Kent
2020
Summer School
Sartre’s Critique: The Dialectical Logic of Existential Marxism
Lecturer: Austin Hayden Smidt
2020
Summer School
The Ambiguous Ethics and Politics of Simone de Beauvoir
Lecturer: Sameema Zahra
2020
Summer School
A philosopher, a painter and a poet walked into a pub... Part 2: Further conversations in thinking poetically
Lecturer: Rachel Joy
2020
Summer School
Deleuze and Guattari’s Anti-Oedipus
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2019
Evening Sem 2
Elements of a Continental Philosophy of Economics
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2019
Evening Sem 2
Civilisation and its unease revisited
Lecturer: Lachlan Ross
2019
Winter School
Invaders from the Future: The CCRU's Writings and Their Legacy
Lecturer: Vincent Le
2019
Winter School
Tarkovsky’s Philosophical Portrait
Lecturer: Valery Vinogradovs
2019
Winter School
A philosopher, a painter and a poet walked into a pub... Conversations in thinking poetically
Lecturer: Rachel Joy
2019
Winter School
Introduction to Philosophical Hermeneutics
Lecturer: Mammad Aidani
2019
Winter School
Enlightenment: Its Brief History
Lecturer: Martin Black
2019
Winter School
The Communist Hypothesis: The Politics of Alain Badiou
Lecturer: Robert Boncardo
2019
Winter School
The Ecology of Latour: His metaphysics, theory of modernity, and environmental thought
Lecturer: Peter Gratton
2019
Winter School
Deleuze's Logic of Sense
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2019
Winter School
From Maths to Madness, the work and thought of Ian Hacking
Lecturer: Jon Rubin
2019
Evening Sem 1
Ancient Aesthetics
Lecturer: Valery Vinogradovs
2019
Evening Sem 1
Alienation and Estrangement in European Radical Philosophy
Lecturer: Daniel Lopez
2019
Summer School
The Postmodern: Looking to the past or going back to the future?
Lecturer: Graham Jones
2019
Summer School
Unknown Lands: Introduction to Nick Land's Accelerationist Philosophy
Lecturer: Vincent Le
2019
Summer School
From the Stellar Void to the Space of Reasons: how to read Ray Brassier
Lecturer: Emma Black
2019
Summer School
Approaches to Marx's Capital Volume II
Lecturer: Rory Dufficy
2019
Summer School
Early Modern Rationalism
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2019
Summer School
Understanding Jean-François Lyotard’s Economic Philosophy
Lecturer: Sharon Jane Mee
2019
Summer School
Heidegger’s Alternative History of Time
Lecturers: Emily Hughes and Marilyn Stendera
2019
Summer School
Nihilism and Platonism
Lecturer: Martin Black
2019
Summer School
Kant's Aesthetics: The Beautiful, the Sublime, and the Aesthetic Ideas
Lecturer: Nanda Jarosz
2018
Evening Sem 2
The Works of Gilles Deleuze, part 2 (1972-1994)
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2018
Evening Sem 2
On the real and the imaginary
Lecturer: Lachlan Ross
2018
Winter School
Poetry and Philosophy: From Plato and Homer to Heidegger and Celan
Lecturer: Desmonda Lawrence
2018
Winter School
Dostoevsky and Roberto Mangabeira Unger: An Approach to Time
Lecturer: Millicent Vladiv-Glover
2018
Winter School
An Introduction to Philosophical Hermeneutics
Lecturer: Mammad Aidani
2018
Winter School
Bataille, Aesthetics, Erotics, and the Real
Lecturer: Tim Themi
2018
Winter School
A Show About Nothingness: Episodes From Jean-Paul Sartre’s Being and Nothingness
Lecturers: Robert Boncardo and Steven Churchill
2018
Winter School
The Limits to Scientific Reason – Habermas, Foucault, and Modernity
Lecturer: John McIntyre
2018
Winter School
Exilic Alliance: Diasporic Philosophy with Judith Butler
Lecturer: Louis Klee
2018
Winter School
Noise on the line: cybernetics, structuralism and beyond
Lecturer: Graham Jones
2018
Evening Sem 1
Deleuze Seminar 8: Influences and Themes 1
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2018
Evening Sem 1
Jacques Lacan: From the divided subject to the encounter with the real
Lecturer: Russell Grigg
2018
Evening Sem 1
The Works of Gilles Deleuze
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2018
Evening Sem 1
Fredric Jameson: An Examination of his Critical Theory
Lecturer: Liam O'Donnell
2018
Summer School
Friedrich Schelling and "Philosophical Psychology"
Lecturer: Gord Barentsen
2018
Summer School
Introduction to the Philosophy of Raymond Ruyer
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2018
Summer School
Approaches to Marx's Capital Volume 1
Lecturer: Rory Dufficy
2018
Summer School
The Philosophy of Simone de Beauvoir
Lecturer: Emma McNicol
2018
Summer School
'Street-Fighters and Philosophers': Ecofeminism in the Anthropocene
Lecturer: Lara Stevens
2018
Summer School
Georges Bataille and the Intoxication of Destruction
Lecturer: Erin K Stapleton
2018
Summer School
Fernando Pessoa: Three Poets and an Existentialist Bookkeeper
Lecturer: Desmonda Lawrence
2017
Evening Sem 2
Bernard Stiegler: An Introduction
Lecturer: Daniel Ross
2017
Evening Sem 2
Modern Poetry II
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2017
Evening Sem 2
Wittgenstein's Philosophies
Lecturer: David Rathbone
2017
Winter School
Hannah Arendt's contemplative turn and The Life of the Mind
Lecturer: Lenka Ucnik
2017
Winter School
A Russian Nietzsche and a Russian Dostoevsky
Lecturer: Valery Vinogradovs
2017
Winter School
Heidegger, The Fundamental Concepts of Metaphysics
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2017
Winter School
Introduction to the Continental Philosophy of Music
Lecturer: Rhonda Siu
2017
Winter School
Marie José Mondzain: Image, Icon, Economy: the Byzantine Origins of the Contemporary Imaginary
Lecturer: Robyn Adler
2017
Winter School
Deleuze and Guattari's Political Philosophy
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2017
Evening Sem 1
Marx, Nietzsche, Freud: on the (im)possible dream of freedom
Lecturer: Lachlan Ross
2017
Evening Sem 1
Reading Martin Heidegger's Being and Time Hermeneutics
Lecturer: Mammad Aidani
2017
Evening Sem 1
Spinoza and Politics
Lecturers: Jon Rubin and Janice Richardson
2017
Summer School
Ecstasis, memory, otherness - Phenomenologies of Time
Lecturer: Marilyn Stendera
2017
Summer School
Modern Poetry: a philosophical introduction
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2017
Summer School
Strange Educations: Loyola, Rousseau, de Sade & Fourier
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2017
Summer School
Shame: A Philosophical Exploration
Lecturer: Sergio Mariscal
2017
Summer School
Themes from Heidegger's Introduction to Metaphysics
Lecturer: Emily Hughes
2017
Summer School
Philosophies of Self-Formation: Technologies of Self for the 21st Century
Lecturer: Matthew Dennis
2017
Summer School
Potentialities and Virtualities: Meillassoux on Mathematics, Literature, and Justice
Lecturer: Christian R. Gelder
2017
Summer School
Phenomenology and the Visual Arts
Lecturer: Graham Jones
2016
Evening Sem 2
Anti-Platonism
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2016
Evening Sem 2
Nietzsche as Educator
Lecturer: David Rathbone
2016
Evening Sem 2
Problems and Concepts. Deleuze and ressentiment.
Lecturer: Jon Rubin
2016
Winter School
Maurice Blanchot, The Infinite Conversation
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2016
Winter School
An Introduction to Philosophical Hermeneutics
Lecturer: Mammad Aidani
2016
Winter School
Modern Aesthetics: The fate of the beautiful and the autonomy of art
Lecturer: Sergio Mariscal
2016
Winter School
After Foucault: Power, Politics and Resistance
Lecturer: James Muldoon
2016
Winter School
The Later Sartre
Lecturer: Robert Boncardo
2016
Winter School
Bernard Stiegler: from Technics and Time to The Automatic Society
Lecturer: Amélie Berger Soraruff
2016
Winter School
György Lukács: aesthetics, politics, philosophy
Lecturer: Daniel Fairfax
2016
Winter School
Lyotard, Discourse, figure: desire, art and politics
Lecturer: Graham Jones
2016
Evening Sem 1
Towards a New Dialectical Materialism: Politics and Dialectics in the Early Work of Alain Badiou
Lecturers: Robert Boncardo and Bryan Cooke
2016
Evening Sem 1
Nietzsche's Philosophy: An Opera in Five Acts / A Course in Twelve Weeks
Lecturer: David Rathbone
2016
Evening Sem 1
John Milton's Paradise Lost (1667, 1674)
Lecturers: Marion Campbell and Justin Clemens
2016
Evening Sem 1
The Rhetorical Tradition: An Introduction
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2016
Summer School
Ethics, riots and the real: Badiou's 'politics'
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2016
Summer School
Selves and others: Phenomenological, psychological and neuroscientific perspectives
Lecturer: Anya Daly
2016
Summer School
The relational Forms of the Everyday I: Strangers and Friends
Lecturer: Sergio Mariscal
2016
Summer School
Cinema's Naturalisms
Lecturer: Mairead Phillips
2016
Summer School
Hölderlin – Poetry and Modernity
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2016
Summer School
Post-secular Nietzsche
Lecturer: John Mandalios
2016
Summer School
Catherine Malabou: Philosopher of Mutable, Resistant and Explosive Form
Lecturer: Bryan Cooke
2016
Summer School
Thinking with Sex
Lecturer: Peter Banki
2016
Summer School
Art, Wisdom, Madness: "lost in the shadows of man"
Lecturer: Jon Rubin
2016
Summer School
The Philosopher of Consciousness Meets the Antiphilosopher of the Unconscious: Sartre and Lacan
Lecturer: Robert Boncardo
2015
Evening Sem 2
Alain Badiou's Big Books Part 3: Logics of Worlds
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2015
Evening Sem 2
Art / Philosophy
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2015
Winter School
Sartre: There Are Only Singular Absolutes
Lecturer: Robert Boncardo
2015
Winter School
Kant's Metaphysics
Lecturer: Sherah Bloor
2015
Winter School
Althusser's Legacy
Lecturer: Daniel Fairfax
2015
Winter School
Spinoza and Spinozisms
Lecturer: Jon Rubin
2015
Winter School
Sound and Vision: The Cinema of Jean-Luc Godard
Lecturer: Lauren Bliss
2015
Winter School
Kant's Philosophy of Education
Lecturer: Valery Vinogradovs
2015
Winter School
Education: Plato's Body of Truth
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2015
Evening Sem 1
Alain Badiou's Big Books Part 2: Being and Event
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2015
Evening Sem 1
Marcus Tullius Cicero: Philosopher, Statesman, Orator
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2015
Evening Sem 1
Alain Badiou's Interlocutors (Part 2)
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2015
Summer School
Unpacking Walter Benjamin's Library
Lecturer: Heather Contant
2015
Summer School
Georges Bataille: Economics and Eroticism
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2015
Summer School
Badiou and the Materialism of the Idea
Lecturer: Steven Corcoran
2015
Summer School
A Guess at the Riddle – An Introduction to the Philosophy of C.S.Peirce
Lecturer: Maurita Harney
2015
Summer School
The Later Derrida
Lecturer: Peter Banki
2015
Summer School
Mathematics and the Infinite: An Introduction
Lecturer: Arran Stewart
2015
Summer School
Appropriation and Authority in Maurice Blanchot
Lecturer: Emily Finlay
2015
Summer School
St. Paul
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2015
Summer School
Philosophies of the Everyday: from Aesthetic Emancipations to Ethical Life
Lecturer: Sergio Mariscal
2015
Summer School
The Concepts of Activity Theory
Lecturer: Andy Blunden
2014
Evening Sem 2
The Works of Gilles Deleuze (Deleuze Seminar VII Part 2)
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2014
Evening Sem 2
Alain Badiou's Interlocutors (Part 1)
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2014
Evening Sem 2
So, what was the enlightenment?
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2014
Evening Sem 2
Alain Badiou's Big Books Part 1: Theory of the Subject
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2014
Winter School
Georges Bataille on Religion and the Sacred
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2014
Winter School
Education: The Rational Kernel of the Platonic Dialogues
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2014
Winter School
Plato's Symposium: Philosophy versus science, poetry, and politics
Lecturer: Martin Black
2014
Winter School
Lyotard's Aesthetics (2 part course)
Lecturer: Ashley Woodward
2014
Winter School
Militant readings: politics and literature in 20th century French philosophy from Sartre to Rancière, Blanchot to Badiou.
Lecturer: Robert Boncardo
2014
Winter School
Introduction to Hegelian Aesthetics
Lecturer: Daniel Fairfax
2014
Evening Sem 1
The Works of Gilles Deleuze (Deleuze Seminar VII Part 1)
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2014
Evening Sem 1
Adorno's Aesthetic Theory: "Plenipotentiary for the In-Itself that Does not Yet Exist"
Lecturer: Bryan Cooke
2014
Evening Sem 1
Giorgio Agamben's The Kingdom and the Glory
Lecturer: Nicholas Heron
2014
Summer School
Merleau-Ponty: Aesthetics and Primordial Percipience
Lecturer: Anya Daly
2014
Summer School
Introduction to Jacques Rancière (2 part course)
Lecturers: Robert Boncardo, Gene Flenady, James Muldoon and David Sweeney
2014
Summer School
Education: Four Discourses
Lecturer: A.J. Bartlett
2014
Summer School
Jean-Paul Sartre's Critique of Dialectical Reason, Volume 1: Theory of Practical Ensembles
Lecturer: Robert Boncardo
2014
Summer School
Deleuze's Bergsonism
Lecturer: Craig Lundy
2014
Summer School
The Phaedrus: Plato's teaching on philosophy, love, poetry, and writing
Lecturer: Martin Black
2014
Summer School
Deleuze's Empiricism and Subjectivity
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2014
Summer School
Women: Between Faith and Reason
Lecturer: Petra Brown
2014
Summer School
Castoriadis, Lefort, Abensour: Another Imaginary in French political thought
Lecturer: Sergio Mariscal
2013
Evening Sem 2
Art and Politics: The Aesthetic Revolutions of Modernity
Lecturers: James Muldoon, Sam Cuff Snow, Conall Cash, David Blencowe and Gene Flenady
2013
Evening Sem 2
Levinas and Blanchot on Image and Art
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2013
Evening Sem 2
Deleuze Seminar V: The Fold
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2013
Evening Sem 2
Albert Camus: Philosopher, Resistant, and Litterateur
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2013
Winter School
Spinoza: Passion, Politics and the Power of Reason
Lecturer: Bryan Cooke
2013
Winter School
Several Matters of Life and Death: The Crux between Classical and Modern Philosophy (Happiness, Death, Nobility, Science, and Poetry)
Lecturer: Martin Black
2013
Winter School
Later Heidegger
Lecturer: Mark Wrathall
2013
Winter School
Introduction to Abstract Market Theory
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2013
Winter School
What do we know? Aristotle and Bacon on the Nature of Knowing
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2013
Winter School
Philosophies of Cinematic Presence
Lecturer: Daniel Fairfax
2013
Winter School
Anarchist Views on the Nation-State
Lecturer: Sagar Sanyal
2013
Winter School
An Introduction to Philosophical Hermeneutics
Lecturer: Mammad Aidani
2013
Evening Sem 1
An Introduction to Deleuze's Film-Philosophy: The Movement Image
Lecturer: Mairead Phillips
2013
Evening Sem 1
After Foucault: Maurizio Lazzarato and Contemporary Critiques of Capitalism
Lecturer: James Muldoon
2013
Evening Sem 1
Deleuze Seminar IV: What is Philosophy?
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2013
Summer School
The Literary Remains of René Descartes
Lecturer: Marc Hiatt
2013
Summer School
In the Light of Speed: The Thought of Paul Virilio
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2013
Summer School
Philosophy, Biology and the Imagination
Lecturer: Undine Sellbach
2013
Summer School
Biosemiotics – A Philosophical Introduction
Lecturer: Maurita Harney
2013
Summer School
Aristotle's Aporetic Ontology
Lecturer: Tim Johannessen
2013
Summer School
Philosophy and Development: Who speaks for the poor?
Lecturers: David Sweeney and Laura Griffin
2013
Summer School
Hitchcock and Theory: The French Connection
Lecturer: Mairead Phillips
2013
Summer School
Hegel and Politics: Dialectics of the Will
Lecturer: James Muldoon
2013
Summer School
Georges Bataille
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2012
Evening Sem 2
Deleuze Seminar III: Difference and Repetition and A Thousand Plateaus
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2012
Evening Sem 2
Philosophy as a Way of Life from The Stoics to Nietzsche
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2012
Winter School
Freedom, Knowledge and the Philosophy of the Young Rudolf Steiner
Lecturer: David John Sweeney
2012
Winter School
The Antichrist Saints: Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Sartre
Lecturer: Ross Barham
2012
Winter School
Philosophising Cinematic Montage
Lecturer: Daniel Fairfax
2012
Winter School
Poetry, Philosophy, Politics: Julia Kristeva's Revolution in Poetic Language
Lecturer: Robert Boncardo
2012
Winter School
The Foundations of Modernity: Readings in Early Modern Philosophy
Lecturer: Martin Black
2012
Winter School
Plato on the Soul, Being and eros: A Discussion of the Parmenides, Symposium, and Phaedo
Lecturer: Martin Black
2012
Evening Sem 1
Contingency, Irony, and Trust: An Introduction to Rorty and Brandom
Lecturer: Gilles Bouche
2012
Evening Sem 1
Hegel: Philosopher of the Modern - A reading of Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit
Lecturer: Bryan Cooke
2012
Evening Sem 1
Occupolitics: Political Theory and Practice in the 21st Century
Lecturer: James Muldoon
2012
Summer School
The Early Wittgenstein: Mysticism and the Limits of Philosophy
Lecturer: Paul Daniels
2012
Summer School
The ‘Singular Universal': Jean-Paul Sartre's ‘Existential Biographies'
Lecturer: Robert Boncardo
2012
Summer School
Changing Images of Knowledge in Modernity
Lecturers: Matthew Sharpe and Kristian Camilleri
2012
Summer School
Introduction to Freud
Lecturer: Jason Freddi
2012
Summer School
History of Mathematics: Stories Retold, Stories Forgotten
Lecturer: David Sweeney
2012
Summer School
Mallarmé and the Philosophers
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2012
Summer School
Philosophy in Ancient Greek Theatre
Lecturer: Steven Churchill
2012
Summer School
The Inhuman Condition: Nihilism / Information / Art
Lecturer: Ashley Woodward
2012
Summer School
Foucault's Critique of Neoliberalism
Lecturer: James Muldoon
2011
Evening Sem 2
Early Derrida: An Introductory Course
Lecturer: Andrea Leon
2011
Evening Sem 2
Kant's Transcendental Idealism: The Critique of Pure Reason read through Dreams of a Spirit-Seer
Lecturer: Sherah Bloor
2011
Evening Sem 2
Deleuze Seminar II
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2011
Winter School
Nietzsche and The Birth of Tragedy: The Dionysiac Critique of Modernity
Lecturer: Paul Daniels
2011
Winter School
What is Phenomenology?
Lecturer: David Rathbone
2011
Winter School
A Reading of Nietzsche's Beyond Good and Evil
Lecturer: Martin Black
2011
Winter School
An Introduction to Aristotle
Lecturer: Martin Black
2011
Winter School
Heidegger's Being and Time
Lecturer: James Garrett
2011
Winter School
Sartre and Sexuality
Lecturer: Steven Churchill
2011
Winter School
Marcel Gauchet: Religion and Modernity
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2011
Winter School
Alfred Hitchcock and the Unstable Image
Lecturer: Mairead Phillips
2011
Evening Sem 1
Deleuze Seminar
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2011
Evening Sem 1
Objective Mind in Hegel
Lecturer: David Rathbone
2011
Summer School
Aesthetics: A Philosophical Introduction
Lecturer: Cameron Shingleton
2011
Summer School
Introduction to Jacques Lacan
Lecturer: Bryan Cooke
2011
Summer School
Phenomenology meets the Neurosciences
Lecturer: Maurita Harney
2011
Summer School
Deleuze and Cinema
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2011
Summer School
Brandom's Linguistic Rationalism
Lecturer: Gilles Bouche
2011
Summer School
Jacob Klein: Greek Mathematical Thought and the Origin of Algebra
Lecturer: David Sweeney
2011
Summer School
European Philosophy and The Law (2 Part Course)
Lecturers: Andrea Leon, Cameron Shingleton, Bryan Cooke, Connal Parsley and Ed Mussawir
2011
Summer School
The Philosophy of Alain Badiou (2 Part Course)
Lecturers: Jon Roffe, Justin Clemens and A.J. Bartlett
2010
Winter School
Lévinas and Derrida: another time at the anarche of subjectivity
Lecturer: Andrea Leon
2010
Winter School
Maurice Blanchot: literature and the ambiguity of the negative
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2010
Winter School
Heidegger's Aristotle
Lecturer: James Garrett
2010
Winter School
History of Philosophy II: Plato
Lecturer: Martin Black
2010
Winter School
Spinoza's Ethics
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2010
Winter School
Max Weber - Social Philosopher
Lecturer: Cameron Shingleton
2010
Summer School
Deleuze's Leibniz: The Fold
Lecturer: Sean Bowden
2010
Summer School
Foucault's Archeology Of Knowledge
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2010
Summer School
Nietzsche's Legacy: Existentialism, Post-Structuralism, Transhumanism
Lecturer: Ashley Woodward
2010
Summer School
Phenomenology Meets The Neurosciences
Lecturer: Maurita Harney
2010
Summer School
Problem Of Socrates: Plato, Xenophon And The Limits Of Philosophy
Lecturer: Bryan Cooke
2010
Summer School
History Of Philosophy I: The Presocratics
Lecturer: James Garrett
2010
Summer School
Jacques Lacan And Leo Strauss: A Symposium On The Ancient And The Modern
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2010
Summer School
Emmanuel Levinas: Philosophy Of Radical Alterity
Lecturer: Andrea Leon
2009
Winter School
Meaning and Metaphor in Nietzsche and Wittgenstein
Lecturer: Paul Daniels
2009
Winter School
Gilles Deleuze's Difference and Repetition
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2009
Winter School
Kant's Critical Philosophy (2 Part Course)
Lecturers: Marc Hiatt, Philip Quadrio and Paul Daniels
2009
Winter School
Marx and Marxism
Lecturer: Andy Blunden
2009
Winter School
Recent Continental Rationalism
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2009
Evening Sem 1
Global Warming: Science and Politics in Troubled Times
Lecturer: Cameron Shingleton
2009
Summer School
Foucault and Hadot: Philosophy as a Way of Life
Lecturer: Ashley Woodward
2009
Summer School
History of Philosophy IV: Medieval Philosophy, Part 2 (Late Medieval Era)
Lecturer: Ian Weeks
2009
Summer School
History of Philosophy V: Rationalism
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2009
Summer School
Deleuze's Logic of Sense: A Critical Introduction
Lecturer: James Williams
2009
Summer School
Heidegger's Being and Time
Lecturer: James Garrett
2009
Summer School
On Slavoj Zizek's Political Theory, or: Would You Like A Politics With That?
Lecturers: Matthew Sharpe and Geoff Boucher
2009
Summer School
Dialectics of Enlightenment
Lecturer: Bryan Cooke
2008
Evening Sem 2
Global Warming: An Economic Perspective
Lecturer: Jim Crosthwaite
2008
Winter School
History of Philosophy III: Aristotle: the Practical Philosophy
Lecturers: Matthew Sharpe and James Garrett
2008
Winter School
Intepretations of Nietzsche
Lecturers: Sean Ryan, Jon Roffe, Ashley Woodward, Matthew Sharpe and Mark Tomlinson
2008
Winter School
History of Philosohy IV: Medieval Philosophy I
Lecturer: Ian Weeks
2008
Winter School
Hans Blumenberg's The Legitimacy of the Modern Age
Lecturer: Mark Hewson
2008
Winter School
Mind and Society: Robert Brandom and the Continental Tradition
Lecturers: Andrew Montin and Gilles Bouche
2008
Winter School
And Introduction to Hegel's Logic
Lecturer: Andy Blunden
2008
Evening Sem 1
Images of Nature: A Philosophical Introduction to an Environmental Ethics
Lecturer: Cameron Shingleton
2008
Evening Sem 1
Global Warming: The Science and its Implications
Lecturer: Phillip Sutton
2008
Summer School
History of Philosophy I: The Presocratics
Lecturer: David Rathbone
2008
Summer School
Nietzsche's The Birth of Tragedy: Music, Science and Philosophy
Lecturer: Paul Daniels
2008
Summer School
History of Philosophy II: Plato and his Contemporaries
Lecturers: Matthew Sharpe and James Garrett
2008
Summer School
Women in Dark Times: Arendt and Heller
Lecturers: Matthew Sharpe, Lucy Ward and Sergio Mariscal
2008
Summer School
Emmanual Levinas: Philosopher of Radical Alterity
Lecturer: Andrea Leon
2008
Summer School
Thinking the Analytic/Continental Divide
Lecturers: Jack Reynolds and George Duke
2008
Summer School
The Pleasures: Of Political Philosophy and Other Interruptions
Lecturer: Bryan Cooke
2008
Summer School
Alain Badiou's Being and Event
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2007
Winter School
The Philosophy of GWF Hegel
Lecturer: Andy Blunden
2007
Winter School
Derrida - Writing and Difference
Lecturer: Jack Reynolds
2007
Winter School
20th Century German Philosophy
Lecturers: Matthew Sharpe and Marc Hiatt
2007
Winter School
Deleuze's Difference and Repetition
Lecturers: Graham Jones and Jon Roffe
2007
Winter School
Introduction to the Philosophy of Schopenhauer
Lecturer: Paul Daniels
2007
Summer School
Postmodern Conservatism
Lecturers: Matthew Sharpe and Geoff Boucher
2007
Summer School
Contemporary Cultural Conundrums
Lecturers: Justin Clemens, Marc Hiatt, Bryan Cooke, Cameron Shingleton and Matthew Sharpe
2007
Summer School
French Feminism
Lecturer: Joanne Faulkner
2007
Summer School
Deleuze and Guattari's A Thousand Plateaus
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2007
Summer School
Psychoanalysis - A Philosophy of Mind?
Lecturers: Joanne Faulkner and Matthew Sharpe
2007
Summer School
History of Philosophy VI: Modern Empiricism
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2006
Winter School
Hegel: The Whole Picture
Lecturer: David Rathbone
2006
Winter School
History of Philosophy V: The Modern Rationalists
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2006
Winter School
Adorno: the defense of Geist
Lecturers: Bryan Cooke and Marc Hiatt
2006
Winter School
Deleuze and Guattari's Anti-Oedipus
Lecturers: Graham Jones and Jon Roffe
2006
Summer School
History of Philosophy IV: Medieval Philosophy (part 2)
Lecturers: Cameron Shingleton and Marion Tapper
2006
Summer School
History of Philosophy III: Aristotle
Lecturers: Craig Barrie and Bryan Cooke
2006
Summer School
Three Centuries of Aphorisms
Lecturer: Cameron Shingleton
2006
Summer School
Democracy, Elites and Violence
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2006
Summer School
Lyotard: The libidinal and the figural
Lecturer: Ashley Woodward
2006
Summer School
Introduction to the Philosophy of Alain Badiou
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2005
Winter School
History of Philosophy IV: Medieval Philosophy (part 1)
Lecturer: David Rathbone
2005
Winter School
Nietzsche, History, Democracy
Lecturer: John Greene
2005
Winter School
The Thought of Martin Heidegger
Lecturers: Sean Ryan, Craig Barrie, David Rathbone and Matthew Sharpe
2005
Summer School
History of Philosophy I: The PreSocratics
Lecturer: David Rathbone
2005
Summer School
History of Philosophy II: Plato and his contemporaries
Lecturer: Fiona Leigh
2005
Summer School
Introduction to Existentialism
Lecturer: Jack Reynolds
2005
Summer School
Introduction to Continental Philosophy
Lecturers: Ashley Woodward, Alex Murray, David Rathbone, Craig Barrie and Matthew Sharpe
2005
Summer School
Leo Strauss and the Neo Cons: Secrets, (Noble) Lies and Politics
Lecturers: Peter Ujvari and Matthew Sharpe
2005
Summer School
Reading Nietzsche's Zarathustra
Lecturer: Paul Daniels
2005
Summer School
The Thought of Michel Foucault
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2004
Winter School
An Introduction to the Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2004
Winter School
Baudrillard, Bataille, Derrida: Marcel Mauss' gift to continental philosophy
Lecturers: Matthew Sharpe, Ashley Woodward and Jon Roffe
2004
Summer School
Jean Baudrillard
Lecturer: Ashley Woodward
2004
Summer School
Phenomenology of Embodiment
Lecturer: Felicity Joseph
2004
Summer School
Kant and Psychoanalysis
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2004
Summer School
Derrida circa 1972
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2004
Summer School
Philosophy as Public Art
Lecturer: Esther Anatolitis
2003
Winter School
Themes from Deleuze and Guattari's A Thousand Plateaus
Lecturer: Jon Roffe
2003
Winter School
Introducing Critical Theory
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2003
Summer School
Hegel's Phenomenology of Mind
Lecturer: David Rathbone
2003
Summer School
Friedrich Nietzsche
Lecturer: Cameron Shingleton
2003
Summer School
Martin Heidegger: an introduction to his 'way' of thinking
Lecturer: Craig Barrie
2003
Summer School
Jean-François Lyotard: the sublime and the differend
Lecturer: Ashley Woodward
2003
Summer School
Ideology and Aesthetics
Lecturer: Matthew Sharpe
2003
Summer School
Capitalism and Schizophrenia
Lecturer: Jon Roffe

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