World Bioethics Day (19th October, 2016)

There will be a one-day symposium on Irish Bioethics on the above date from 10.00-16.15 in the Seminar Room 203 (the original Moore Institute seminar room), NUI Galway.   To register (free, but limited numbers), or for further information, please go to: www. unescobioethicsireland.eu or contact oliver.feeney@nuigalway.ie

Culture Within Dialogue East-West

11th November, 2016 will see an International Conference on Cross-Cultural Philosophy coming to NUIGalway on 11 November, 2016.    Venue:  The Hardiman Building, Moore Institute Seminar Room, G011.    Further information can be got at  "International Research Group for Culture and Dialogue"  www.irccd.org 

 

Seminar on Poetry and Philosophy

You are cordially invited to above Seminar on Wednesday 25th May 2016 from 2-4 pm in Hardiman Building G011, NUIGalway.

Speakers:   Prof. William Desmond (KU Leuven):  "Poetic Porosity and Astonished Prayer:   On the Poetics of Sean O'Riordain"  and   Prof. Felix O Murchadha (NUIG)  "Gerald Manley Hopkins: Nature and Emotion".   All Welcome

Symposium

 Paul Crowther

We are pleased to invite participation in a one day symposium on Paul Crowther's Aesthetics - to be held at the National University of Ireland, Galway; May 12, 2016.

There is no fee to attend this sympsoium and all are welcome.   To register your interest or with any queries please email crowthersymposium 16@gmail.com

This programme and further details about the symposium can be found at https://crowtherspymposium16.wordpress.com/

Research Seminar

The Moore Institute and the Discipline of Philosophy are pleased to invite you to the following Research Seminar:

"Idea, Multiplicity, Reflection, Merleau-Ponty's Radical Concepts"

By Prof. Dorothea Olkowski, University of Colorado

Date:   Tuesday, 12th April, 2016:       Time:    4pm:        Venue:   The Hardiman Research Building, G011 Seminar Room.

PUBLIC LECTURE

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The discipline of Philosophy is delighted to welcome Professor Jonathan Wolff to NUI, Galway as part of the President of Ireland's Ethics Initiative. He will deliver a public lecture on 'Social Equality and Poverty' to which you are warmly invited. 

Date:  Friday 10th October, 2014

Time:  4pm

Venue:  Aula Maxima Lower

 

Nietzsche Symposium at NUI, Galway

NietzscheThe Galway Nietzsche Symposium is a one-day event that brings together academics and advanced graduate students working on Nietzsche from John Cabot University Rome, NUI Galway and University College Cork.

Date:   30th October, 2015

Time:   10-30-5.00

Venue:   THB-G011 Seminar Room, James Hardiman Building

Please see the following link for further information:

 Symposium:   29th February at 12.30 - 5.30pm. in G011 Hardiman Research Building on the Phenomenology of Theatre and Film.   All Welcome.

Previous International Workshop: Kant and Nietzsche: Religion, 19th March 2014 at following link.

 Conceptions of Causality and Freedom in the History of Metaphysics‌ - Graduate Workshop - 2nd April, 2014

 

 Philosophy Seminar Series 2015/2016

Ronan Powell will present a paper on "Pierre Hadot's Philosophy as a Way of Life: A Critique" on Monday 18th January, 2016 in Tom Duddy Seminar Room Philosophy Building, 19 Distillery Road at 3pm.   All Welcome.

Lucy Elvis will present a paper 'On "Good" Buildings, the question of Architecture and Ethos' on Monday 1st February, 2016 at 3pm in Tom Duddy Seminar Room, Philosophy Building, 19 Distillery Road at 3pm.  All Welcome.

Annie McKeown O'Donovan will present a paper on 'Acts, omissions and assisted suicide: some reflections on the Marie Fleming case' on Monday 15th February, 2016 at 3pm in Tom Duddy Seminar Room, Philosophy Building, 19 Distillery Road at 3pm.   ALL WELCOME

Michael Hardiman will present a paper on "Hannah Arendt and the banality of human evil" on Thursday 3rd March 2016 at 2pm in Tom Duddy Seminar Room, Philosophy Buidling, 19 Distillery Road.   All Welcome

Donna Maguire will present a paper on Deliberation: A Vehicle for Progress? on Monday March 7th at 3pm in Tom Duddy Seminar Room, Philosophy Building, 19 Distillery Road, Galway.    All Welcome

Kathy Rooney will present a paper on 'Epistemic Injustice: An Analysis' on Monday March 14th, 2016 at 3pm in Tom Duddy Seminar Room, Philosophy Building, 19 Distillery Road, Galway.   All Welcome

Aideen Clayton will present a paper on 'Are we distracted from leading a virtuous life? Reflections on the works of Gabriel Marcel' on Monday 4th April, 2016 at 3pm in the Tom Duddy Seminar Room , Philosophy Building, 19 Distillery Road, Galway.   All Welcome.

Greg Crowley will present a paper on Derrida and Husserl "The Impossibility of a Naked Thought" on Monday 11th April, in the Tom Duddy Seminar Room, Philosophy Building,19 Distillery Road, at 3pm.   All Welcome.