Monthly Archives: June 2012

Phil Cafe, 27 June, Adam Brown: ‘”Privileged” Jews, Judgement and the Ethical Dilemmas of the Holocaust’

June Philosophy Café Dr Adam Brown (Deakin) presents ‘Can One Be So Guilty For Having Survived? “Privileged” Jews, Judgement and the Ethical Dilemmas of the Holocaust’ Wednesday 27 June from 7-9pm at The Barking Dog hotel ABSTRACT In 1986, Auschwitz … Continue reading

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Exams and inter-trimester break, so DPS on hiatus until July 11

DPS meetings resume on Wednesday 11 July Exam period is upon us again, which means that the DPS inter-trimester hiatus has begun. The DPS won’t meet until 11 July — the Wednesday of the week in which classes resume for … Continue reading

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[June 5] DU seminar: Prof Stan van Hooft on Sex, Temperance and Virtue

Deakin University seminar Prof. Stan van Hooft (Deakin) presents ‘Sex, Temperance and Virtue’ Tuesday 5 June from 3.30-5pm in C2.05 on Deakin University’s Burwood campus ABSTRACT According to Raja Halwani, ‘The virtue of temperance and the vice of intemperance are … Continue reading

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