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What philosophers believe, Mon 20 May, 4-5.30pm, ic1.108, @Deakin Waurn Ponds campus

What philosophers believe Monday 20 May from 4-5.30pm in ic1.108 on the WP campus Okay, Monday’s meeting, 4-5.30pm in ic1.108 on the Waurn Ponds campus, at it we’ll discuss what (professional) philosophers believe. Those of you who mix in philosophy … Continue reading

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Fmr Dep PM John Anderson, ‘Faith & Duty’, Mon 29 Apr, 7-8.30pm, Peter Thwaites Lecture Theatre

Former Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson speaks at Deakin University on ‘Faith & Duty’, Monday 29 April from 7-8.30pm in the Peter Thwaites Lecture Theatre on the Waurn Ponds campus. The event is hosted by the Deakin University Christian Union. … Continue reading

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Fmr Dep PM John Anderson on ‘The decline of the West’, Wed 1 May, 5-7.30pm @Deakin

Former Deputy Prime Minister John Anderson speaks at Deakin University on ‘The Decline of the West’, Wednesday 1 May from 5-7.30pm in the function room above the KD Stewart Center on the Waurn Ponds campus. The event is hosted by … Continue reading

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Apr24 #Philosophy @BarkingDogPako Leesa Davis, Buddhist eccentrics: philosophical underpinnings of crazy wisdom

April Philosophy CaféDr Leesa S Davis, Lecturer in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Deakin University presents: ‘Buddhist eccentrics: philosophical underpinnings of crazy wisdom’ Wednesday 24 April from 7-9pm at The Barking Dog hotel, 126 Pakington Street, Geelong West. … Continue reading

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[10 April] Dr Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli and co-founders of PolyVic present ‘Polyamory’. #polyamory #philosophy

Deakin Philosophical Society special event Polyamory: a presentation and discussion with Dr Maria Pallotta-Chiarolli, Peter Haydon and Anne Hunter Wednesday 10 April from 5-6.30pm in ib3.307 on the Waurn Ponds campus This Wednesday, 10 April, from 5-6.30pm in ib3.307 on … Continue reading

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DPS meeting: Can you love more than one person at a time? #polyamory

Deakin Philosophical Society meeting Can you love more than one person at a time? Monday 8 April from 4-5.30pm in ic1.108 on the Waurn Ponds campus From 4-5.30pm on Monday 8 April, the Deakin Philosophical Society will meet to discuss … Continue reading

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Deakin Philosophy Society meetings over for 2012. Merry Festivus.

Deakin Philosophical Society Meetings finished for 2012 Deakin Philosophy Society meetings have wrapped up for the year, so there is no meeting tonight. We’ll reconvene in the new year. Nevertheless, if have a solution to the world’s problems, feel free … Continue reading

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[1 Aug] MSCP evening school: Philosophy as a Way of Life from The Stoics to Nietzsche

Philosophy as a Way of Life from The Stoics to Nietzsche Lecturer: Dr Matthew Sharpe Wednesdays 6.30pm-8.30pm, 10 weeks: Aug 01, 08, 15, 29, Sept 12, 26, Oct 10, 24, Nov 07, 21 Room GM17, Law Building, University of Melbourne … Continue reading

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[17 July] DU Phil Seminar: Marguerite La Caze, ‘Vengefulness and impossible reciprocity in Beauvoir’

Deakin University seminar Marguerite La Caze (University of Queensland) presents ‘A taste of ashes: vengefulness and impossible reciprocity in Beauvoir’ Tuesday 17 July from 3.30-5pm in C2.05 on Deakin University’s Burwood campus ABSTRACT Written just after the liberation of France … Continue reading

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[27 July] Philosophy Cafe: Petra Brown, ‘Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Carl Schmitt and the “state of exception”‘

July Philosophy Café Petra Brown (Deakin) presents ‘Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Carl Schmitt and the “state of exception”’ Wednesday 25 July from 7-9pm at The Barking Dog hotel ABSTRACT A look at two individuals: a lawyer who chose National Socialism and a … Continue reading

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