Public philosophy

To Relish the Sublime? Culture and Self-Realisation in Postmodern Times

Thursday, 20 March 2003|

Kate Soper / Martin Ryle

The Art of Travel

Thursday, 6 February 2003|

Alain de Botton

“What is a Woman?” Philosophy and Feminism in Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex

Tuesday, 29 October 2002|

Sonia Kruks

Immigration and Asylum

Saturday, 26 October 2002|

2-4pm | Wednesday 30 October 2002
Room 1101, Avenue Campus, University of Southampton, Highfield

Seminar Workshops
Issues in Applied Ethics

A series of four Seminar Workshops organised by the Forum’s Research Associate 2002-2003- Graham Stevens.

For further information, contact: Graham Stevens, Department of Philosophy, University of Southampton, gps1@soton.ac.uk

Developing Philosophy of Management-Crossing Frontiers

Wednesday, 26 June 2002|

Tom Donaldson / Ed Freeman / Stephen Linstead

Cosmopolitics

Saturday, 25 May 2002|

Diane Morgan / Howard Caygill / Gary Banham

Cosmopolitics

Wednesday, 23 January 2002|

Gary Banham / Mick Dillon

Postmodernism

Wednesday, 16 January 2002|

Simon Malpas / Mark Robson

Revenge

Wednesday, 5 December 2001|

David Melling / Harry Lesser

Humour

Wednesday, 28 November 2001|

Martin Bell / Simon Critchley

Do companies help themselves by helping others?

Tuesday, 13 November 2001|

Chris Higson

Philosophy Matters

Thursday, 25 October 2001|

Roger Trigg / Anthony O’Hear

The Nature of Sound

Wednesday, 14 June 2000|

6.30-7.45pm | Wednesday 14 June 2000
Hayward Pavilion, Hayward Gallery, South Bank, London

Accompanying an exhibition of ‘sonic art’. The exhibition will explore sound as the carrier of words, music and noise. It will be particularly interested in the physicality of sound and the possibility of ‘forming’ it artistically. The Forum will introduce and investigate the idea of conceiving sound as […]

Humanity and Technology

Wednesday, 1 March 2000|

Panamarenko

Philosophical Discourse and the Formation of the Citizen

Tuesday, 18 January 2000|

Catherine Audard