The political philosophy of Julian Assange

DPS meeting
The political philosophy of Julian Assange
Wednesday 16 March from 5-6.30pm in ib3.307 on Deakin's Waurn Ponds campus

This Wednesday 16 March from 5-6.30pm in room ib3.307 on Deakin's Waurn Ponds campus the Deakin Philosophical Society will meet to discuss a short article on the political philosophy of Julian Assange. The article is by Urizenus Sklar (a pseudonym for Professor Peter Ludlow from Northwestern University) and is available through The Huffington Post at http://www.huffingtonpost.com/urizenus-sklar/understanding-conspiracy-_b_793463.html. The article discussed Assange's idea of governments as closed networks, Assange's idea of a conspiracy.

Peter Ludlow also appeared on The Philosopher's Zone to discuss his analysis of Assange's political philosophy. The episode, like most episodes of The Philosopher's Zone, is worth a listen.

Hope to see you there.

Dylan Nickelson,
President, Deakin Philosophical Society.

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