I'am a freelance writer living at the moment in Sydney.I believe that each limit hides a new creation, therefore I am hunting the limits. I am interested in finance and economics, monetary reform and the psychology of society.
From January 30 to March 1, 2012, the Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy is proud to present the 2012 Summer School Curriculum. The Summer School offers ten ten-hour courses in two different formats. Six of the courses will be taught during the day over five consecutive days; Monday to Friday.
Four of the courses will be taught during the evening over five weeks.
The courses offered are:
-The Early Wittgenstein – Mysticism and the Limits of Philosophy: This course gives an account of the culmination, writing and reception of the Tractatus through the lens of Wittgenstein's early life.
-The 'Singular Universal': Jean-Paul Sartre's 'Existential Biographies': This course gives an introduction to Sartre's existential biographies with a focus on Sartre's methodology.
-Changing Images of Knowledge in Modernity: The course will examine the dominant images of science in European thought.
-Hitchcock and Theory: The French Connection: This critical introduces the groundbreaking work of French film theorists and critics and their appreciation for the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
-History of Mathematics:[/B ]From the Greek concept of number to the Modern world.
-[B]Introduction to Freud
-Mallarmé and the Philosophers
-Philosophy in Ancient Greek Theatre
-The Inhuman Condition : Nihilism / Information / Art: This course explores the related themes of nihilism, information and art in the thought of French philosopher Jean-François Lyotard.
-Foucault's Critique of Neoliberalism.
Please visit here for more information of these courses, as well as fee information and registation information.