Registration Open for Unruly Creatures 3

Posted: Thursday 20 Dec 2012
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Unruly Creatures 3 London Graduate School, Kingston University and the Centre for Arts and Humanities Research, Natural History Museum, London April 23 2013 http://fass.kingston.ac.uk/activities/item.php?updatenum=2372 Confirmed speakers: Robert McKay (University of Sheffield) Andrew Dodds Jennifer Parker-Starbuck (University of Roehampton) Giovanni Aloi (Editor of Antennae) This is the third in a series of one-day conferences that analyse […]

You can listen to François Laruelle’s lecture ‘The Degrowth of Philosophy: Towards a Generic Ecology’ here.

Gran Torino at LGS/BFI Philosophical Screens, December 12, 2012 BFI Southbank 6.10pm In the latest in this series exploring the dialogue between philosophy and film, philosopher Pascal Sévérac examines Gran Torino, Clint Eastwood’s complex portrait of the relationship between a widowed Korean war veteran (played by Eastwood himself) and his Hmong American neighbours, which reaches […]

For 2013, LGS and the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy at Kingston, in conjunction with Art and Philosophy at Central Saint Martins, present ten public lectures on philosophy, politics & the arts: 31 January Philosophy and the Black Panthers Howard Caygill (CRMEP) 7 February The Singularity of Literary Cognition Sam Weber (LGS) 21 February A Thought of/from […]

The Notion of Authority, by Alexandre Kojève

Posted: Sunday 02 Dec 2012
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Alexandre Kojève has been an often subterranean influence on twentiethcentury thought. With his profound interpretation of Hegel he became a key reference for such varied thinkers as Jean-Paul Sartre, André Breton, Jacques Lacan, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, and Leo Strauss. He returned to prominence after the collapse of the Soviet Union, as the surprise inspiration […]

The Daily Mail and the Stephen Lawrence Murder by Brian Cathcart

Thursday 02 Nov 2017
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Read Brain Cathcart's article in Political Quarterly here The Daily Mail's coverage of the 1993 race murder of Stephen Lawrence has been held up as...