further update to spring schedule

one further update to the HOPR spring schedule — a schedule-swap: this Friday May 25 we will now be hosting our very own Lucy Allais (UCSD/Wits), and only next Friday (June 1) will we host Suzanne Obdrzalek (Claremont McKenna) for both a HOPR and a colloquium.

updates to spring hopr schedule

some additional HOPR events now scheduled for the remainder of the Spring term:

May 11 [11am-1230pm in dept seminar room] — Amy Wendling (Creighton) on Marxism, time, and labor — co-sponsored with the International Institute workshop on Capitalism and its Alternatives; Amy Wendling will also be giving a talk on Marx and human suffering on Thurs May 10 4-6pm
May 25 — Suzanne Obdrzalek (Claremont McKenna College)
June 1 — Lucy Allais (UCSD)
June 9 — Sean Greenberg (UC Irvine)

updated winter 2018 schedule

we’ve added a new HOPR-sponsored event on Friday March 16, in conjunction with an ancient philosophy conference that UCSD will be hosting that weekend (organized by Monte Johnson) — the remainder of the quarter’s schedule is now as follows:

March 2 — Matias Slavov (UCLA), ‘The Intelligibility of Universal Gravitation – What is Hume’s Position?’
March 9 — Andrew Cooper (University College, London), ‘Kant on natural history’
March 16 — Katerina Ierodiakonou (Geneva/Athens), on Aristotle on color

2018 winter quarter HOPR schedule

the 2018 winter schedule for HOPR is taking shape:

January 19 *9:30am* — Christopher Yeomans (Purdue), on Hegel on space and time
January 23 (Tues) *10am* — Eric Schliesser (Amsterdam), on Newton and Spinoza
February 9 — Marcela Garcia (Morelia/UNAM), on Schelling’s reception of Aristotle
March 2 — Matias Slavov (UCLA), ‘The Intelligibility of Universal Gravitation – What is Hume’s Position?’
March 9 — Andrew Cooper (University College, London), ‘Kant on natural history’

looking forward to a great term!

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