Short Lectures

The Trade Fair Palace – Auditorium

Taking Animals Seriously: What Does It Change for Ethics and Politics?
Who: Corine Pelluchon
When: 7 PM
Language: English

Joint attention as the key to the difference between man and other animals ?
Who: Petr Urban
When: 7:30 PM
Language: Czech

Is Life Superficial? The Evolution of the External Aspect of Organisms 
Who: Karel Kleisner
When: 8 PM
Language: Czech

Embodiment and Forms of Political Emancipation
Who: Ádám Takács
When: 10:15 PM
Language: English

From Defense to Tolerance and Beyond: A History and Analysis of Political Patterns in Immunology
Who: Arnaud François
When: 10:45 PM
Language: English

Society As an Organism: the Power of a Theoretical Metaphor
Who: Jan Maršálek
When: 11:15 PM
Language: Czech

Is There Life after Work? A Brief Enquiry into Postcapitalist Imaginaries
Who: Jan Sowa
When: 11:45 PM
Language: English

Journey Into the Wonderland
Who: Silvia Gáliková
When: 0:30 AM
Language: English

 

Faculty of Arts – Aula

What’s a Cliché? Meditation on How We Appropriate Scientific Discourses
Who: Carole Widmaier
When: 0:15 AM
Language: French with simultaneous Czech translation

Power or Powerlessness of Images? (Deleuze, Rancière)
Who: Pierre Montebello
When: 0:45 AM
Language: French with simultaneous Czech translation

Image as an Effect of Superimpression
Who: Miroslav Marcelli
When: 1:15 AM
Language: Slovak

Figures and Variations of Sublime (Louis Marin)
Who: Veronika Darida
When: 1:45 AM
Language: English

The Artist’s Blindness. The Power of Art: Derrida against Lyotard and Henry
Who: Monika Murawska
When: 2:15 AM
Language: English

Faculty of Arts – room 104

From Environmentalism to Ecology
Who: Fabrice Flipo
When: 8:15 PM
Language: English

Nature and Environment: New Political Trends and New Imaginaries
Who: Amy Dahan
When: 8:45 PM
Language: English

Faculty of Arts – room 200

Human Enhancement: A Deadly Ambition
Who: Jean-Michel Besnier
When: 7 PM
Language: French with simultaneous Czech translation

Humanism, Post-Humanism, Trans-Humanism
Who: Emil Višňovský
When: 7:30 PM
Language: Slovak

The Improved Body
Who: Claire Marin
When: 8 PM
Language: French with simultaneous Czech translation

Language Otherwise: Deafness as a Philosophical Problem
Who: Josef Fulka
When: 8:30 PM
Language: Czech

The End of the Human World: Paving the Post-Anthropocentric Discourse
Who: Pierre Montebello
When: 9:15 PM
Language: French with simultaneous translation in Czech

The End of the World Today
Who: Michael Foessel
When: 9:45 PM
Language: French with simultaneous translation in Czech

The Human Existence in the 21st Century
Who: Csaba Olay
When: 10:15 PM
Language: English

Man Beyond Mankind: The Myth of the Mutant in Contemporary Philosophies
Who: Benedetta Zaccarello
When: 10:45 PM
Language: English

On Walter Benjamin’s Sentence: “There Is No Time to Fall”
Who: Andrzej Leder
When: 11:15 PM
Language: English

Faculty of Arts – room 217

Performing Race. On the Representation and Under-Representation of Minorities
Who: Éric Fassin
When: 7 PM
Language: English

The Ends of Multiculturalism
Who: Pavel Barša
When: 7:30 PM
Language: Czech

In Search for Ethics in Times of Crises. The Attitudes towards Others and Selves
Who: Monika Rogowska-Stangret
When: 8 PM
Language: English

The Refugee and the Bare Life
Who: Jan Bierhanzl
When: 8:30 PM
Language: Czech

Bio-Politics and Class Politics
Who: Tamás Gáspár Miklós
When: 9 PM
Language: English

Theory Outside Practice: Czech Avant-Guard and Political Caricatures
Who: Tomáš Winter
When: 9:45 PM
Language: Czech

The Foreigner As a Need
Who: Petr Kouba
When: 10:15 PM
Language: Czech

Eternal Nations
Who: Michał Łuczewski
When: 10:45 PM
Language: English

Faculty of Arts – room 300

Biologization and Naturalization of “Threats”
Who: Judith Revel
When: 7 PM
Language: English

Live to Let Die: from Multitude to Pogrom Crowd in Capitalist Post-Modernization
Who: Michał Kozłowski
When: 8 PM
Language: English

Security and/or Rights and Liberties?
Who: Ivan Buraj
When: 8:30 PM
Language: Slovak

Ethical Counseling. Solving Ethical Problems in Everyday Medecine
Who: Jaromír Matějek
When: 10:45 PM
Language: Czech

 



Cite this blog post
Clara Royer (2016, April 3). Short Lectures. Night of Philosophy. Retrieved June 18, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/sul5