The Royal Institute of Philosophy Human Sciences Seminar Series 2019/20 Announced


The Royal Institute of Philosophy

Human Sciences Seminar

Programme Autumn/Spring 2019/20

Time: 17.00-19.00 (unless otherwise stated)

Room: GM 230 (unless otherwise stated)

Geoffrey Manton Building

Rosamond St. West

M15 6LL

3rd October: Dr. Sacha Golob (King’s College London):

‘Phenomenological Innocence’

24th October: Dr. Bill Ross (Independent Scholar):

‘Two Pyramids and a Measuring Rod: The Lorentz Transformations and Some Reflections on Michel Serres’ Principle of Scaling’

14th November: Prof.John Ó Maoilearca (Kingston University)

‘Philosophical Time-Travellers’

Time and Location: 70 Oxford Road, Annexe room G09, 18.30

28th November: Prof. Jeffrey Bell (Southeastern Louisiana University)

‘Making Sense of Politics’

Christmas Break

28th February: Prof. Tina Chanter(Kingston University)

‘To lose one’s bearings: Levinas on solitude, art and confinement’

NOTE day change to Friday

19th March: Dr. Kamini Vellodi (University of Edinburgh)

‘What is a Philosophical Art History?’

26th March: Dr. Lucie Mercier(UoC, Berkeley and Paris 8)

‘Reflections on Race in the History and Historiography of Philosophy: Fanon’s case’. 


For further information, please contact:

Dr. Christopher Thomas

Department of History, Politics and Philosophy,

Manchester Metropolitan University

Geoffrey Manton Building

Manchester, M15 6LL


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