[SydPhil] Philosophy @ Western Sydney seminar
J.Hadley at westernsydney.edu.au
Mon Jul 29 10:24:03 AEST 2019
Andrew Benjamin (UTS) - Potentially, Relationality and the Problem of Actualisation
This lecture forms part of a project to rethink the concerns of political theology. The lecture seeks to integrate that thinking into the development of a philosophy of life in which life is defined in relation to the law. A defining element of the position advanced is that there has always been a tradition within both the history of philosophy and theology that has maintained the centrality of the political by retaining the primacy of law whilst not differentiating law and life. The important question is: can there be a thinking of the political that is not a concomitant thinking of the law?
Andrew Benjamin is currently Distinguished Professor of Architectural Theory at the University of Technology, Sydney and Anniversary Professor of Philosophy and the Humanities at Kingston University London. His recent publications include: Towards a Relational Ontology. Philosophy's Other Possibility. SUNY Press. (2015). Art's Philosophical Work. Rowman and Littlefield. (2015) and Virtue in Being. SUNY Press. (2016). He has published over 35 authored and edited volumes and has written over 200 book chapters and academic articles. He is Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
Date/Time: Wednesday August 7th 2019, 3.30pm-5pm
Western Sydney University, Bankstown Campus, Room 3.G.54 [How to get to Bankstown Campus]<https://protect-au.mimecast.com/s/PhUdCE8kz9tz9MnmCNLwp3?domain=westernsydney.edu.au>
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the SydPhil