Speculative Non-Buddhism

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Philosophical Concepts for Thinking

Posted by Glenn Wallis on March 13, 2017

Time to Register!seminar

Our next seminar begins April 5.

Philosophical Concepts for Thinking

Hannah Arendt famously condemned Adolf Eichmann not for being an inhuman monster who methodically arranged Nazi death camp logistics. No, she condemned him for being all-too-human in his refusal or inability to think. Are we thinking today? This seminar is a kind of smorgasbord of concepts from western philosophy that are aimed at enhancing our capacity for incisive and expansive thought. We will read extracts from, for example, Hannah Arendt, Gilles Deleuze, Georg Hegel, François Laruelle, Jacques Lacan, Alenka Zupančič, and Peter Sloterdijk.

Our lively discussions are serious yet relaxed, challenging yet fun.

If you are in the Philadelphia area, please consider joining us! And please help spread the word.

Time: Wednesdays, 6pm-8:30pm
Dates: April 5-May 3 (five sessions)
Location: CultureWorks, 1315 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Cost: $195
Instructor: Glenn Wallis

Go here to register

Two reduced rate scholarships are available. See FAQs.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions at inciteseminars@mail.com

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