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Benoît Castelnérac and Mathieu Marion – Arguing for Inconsistency: Dialectical Games in the Academy

January 26, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

The Montreal Interuniversity Workshop in the History of Philosophy presents:

Benoît Castelnérac (UdeS) and Mathieu Marion (UQAM)

“Arguing for Inconsistency: Dialectical Games in the Academy”

Wednesday, 28 January, 6pm-8pm.

The talk will take place in DS-1950 (UQAM)
320 St. Catherine Est (close to the corner with St. Denis, UQAM metro stop)
For further information please contact the organizers:

Daniel Dumouchel (daniel.dumouchel@umontreal.ca)
Carlos Fraenkel (carlos.fraenkel@mcgill.ca)
Sara Magrin (magrin.sara@uqam.ca)
Dario Perinetti (perinetti.dario@uqam.ca)
Justin Smith (justismi@alcor.concordia.ca)

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Le Séminaire interuniversitaire en histoire de la philosophie présente:

Benoît Castelnérac (UdeS) et Mathieu Marion (UQAM)

“Arguing for Inconsistency: Dialectical Games in the Academy”

Mercredi, le 28 janvier, 18h-20h.

La conférence aura lieu dans DS-1950 (UQAM)
320 Sainte-Catherine Est (tout proche de St. Denis, métro UQAM)
Pour tout autre renseignement, veuillez contactez les organisateurs:

Daniel Dumouchel (université de Montréal), daniel.dumouchel@umontreal.ca
Carlos Fraenkel (université McGill), carlos.fraenkel@mcgill.ca
Sara Magrin (UQAM), magrin.sara@uqam.ca
Dario Perinetti (UQAM), perinetti.dario@uqam.ca
Justin Smith (Concordia), justismi@alcor.concordia.ca

Paper: dialecticalgames6

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