Human Sciences Seminars, 28th Feb – 26th Mar


The next speaker in the Royal Institute of Philosophy ‘Human Sciences Seminar’ at Manchester Metropolitan University will be Dr Deborah Casewell (Liverpool Hope University).

Dr Casewell will give a paper entitled: ‘Ascetism and Ethics’ (abstract)

The event is free and open to all. Details below.

Date: 23/01/2020
Time: 17.00-19.00
Location: Room Geoffrey Manton 230

The Human Sciences Seminar will continue throughout the Spring Term with a fantastic line-up. All of the talks are free and open to all.

28th February: Prof. Tina Chanter (Newcastle University)
‘To Lose One’s Bearings: Levinas on solitude, art and confinement’
NOTE day change to Friday

19th March: Dr. Lucie Mercier (UoC, Berkeley and Paris 8)
‘Reflections on Race in the History and Historiography of Philosophy: Fanon’s case’.

26th March: Dr. Kamini Vellodi (University of Edinburgh)
‘What is a Philosophical Art History?’

The Human Sciences Seminar is generously supported by the Royal Institute of Philosophy.
For further enquiries please contact Dr Christopher Thomas (


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