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Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy Summer School 2012

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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.

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Why? Philosophy Summer School
When: January 30 - March 1, 2012.
Where: Law Building, University of Melbourne.
Cost: Course fees begin at $80
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