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3rd Annual Graduate Student Conference in Philosophy at the University of Ottawa

The editorial staff of De Philosophia and the Graduate Student Association in Philosophy at the University of Ottawa are proud to announce the

3rd Annual Graduate Student Conference in Philosophy at the University of Ottawa

Keynote Address:
Constantin Boundas
(Trent University, Emeritus)
“Questions of Freedom and Destiny in Deleuze’s Ontology and Ethics”

March 23-24, 2006
The conference is open to the public.

SCHEDULE:
March 23, 2007

14h00-16h00 Session 1 Arts Building, Room 509
Chair: Devin Zane Shaw
Eric Hochstein, University of Waterloo, “On the Possibility of Extended Emotions”
Cameron Woloshyn, University of Ottawa “Plato’s Two Critiques of Poetry in the Republic”

March 24, 2007

09h30-10h00 Arts Building, Room 215, Coffee and Refreshments
10h00-12h00 Session 2 Arts Building, Room 215
Chair: Shawn Moi
Rachel Elliott, University of Toronto, “Mediating Antagonistic Discourses: Between Discourse Theory and Radical Pluralism”
Mike Hinds, McMaster University, “Immoralism in Art: A Defense”
12h00-13h00 Lunch
13h00-14h00 Keynote Address by CONSTANTIN BOUNDAS
Simard Hall, Room 129
14h15-17h15 Session 3 Arts Building, Room 215
Chair: Jon Charles Miller and Jean-Luc Filion
Andreas Elpidorou, Boston University, “Evil is Not: Spinoza, Deleuze and The Ethics of Affirmation”
Aaron O’Brian, Memorial University, “Pure Difference as a Transcendent Concept in the Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze”
Andréane Sabourin Laflamme, Université de Montréal, “Analyse comparative de la critique de la curiosité dans les Confessions d’Augustin et chez Kierkegaard”
19h00 Dinner, location TBA

For additional information, please contact dephilosophia@gmail.com

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