I am writing while the chaos of the US presidential elections is peaking, and then shortly after Joe Biden is probably confirmed as president-elect. As I have recently been trying to write something about Jonathan Haidt’s The Righteous Mind, it struck me how much this book – hailed 10 years ago, when it was published, but still now, as an insightful explanation of general political phenomena – has aged.
In a new installment of Centre's blog, Nora Hämäläinen discusses how we are being "held" in our identity by various encounters and relationships with other people. You can read it HERE.
Holding and personhood
*as of the date of publication, the seminar is planned to take place offline. However, because of the ongoing pandemic, it might be moved online.
PhD Seminar, Fall 2020
Tuesdays, 10 am – 12
Room Alpha, Building G, 5th Floor
September 22 The Logic of Question and Answer (Niklas Forsberg)
September 29 Matti Syiem
October 6 Philip Strammer
October 13 Mira T. Reyes
October 19-21 Intensive Seminar with Naomi Scheman
November 3 İrem Güven
A new episode of Centre's "Philosophy Voiced" podcast it online now. The guest is Anna Bergqvist and she is hosted by Niklas Forsberg.
You can listen to it HERE.