full spring 2019 schedule now up

after a great start to spring on the very first day of the term (April 1) with Don Rutherford (UCSD) on Montaigne, Spinoza, and others, we are now getting ready to kick off the rest of the term’s schedule next week (May 3) with Nick Riggle (USD) on Schiller, followed by Clinton Tolley (UCSD) on Vasconcelos, Clerk Shaw (Tennessee) on the Epicureans, Marko Malink (NYU) tbd, and Michael Hardimon (UCSD) on Hegel — dates/info here.

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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