Georg Morgenstiernes hus (kart)
International research seminar
University of Oslo, Department of Philosophy, Classics, History of Arts and Ideas
This workshop presents work that engage with themes from L.A. Paul's work.
Practical Philosophy Working Group is an umbrella group for research cooperation within four fields: Political and Legal Philosophy, Applied and Normative Ethics, History of Ethics and Political Philosophy, and Metaethics and Moral Psychology.
Ancient Philosophy Conference, University of Oslo, 3-4 November 2017
’Kinds of Knowledge in Ancient Philosophy’
The conference brings together researchers from different fields and theoretical backgrounds who work on figurative language development and related topics.
Welcome to the Design History Society Annual Conference 2017. Call for papers: Deadline for submission of abstracts: 20 January 2017.
International Workshop in Oslo on the Philosophy of Late Antiquity
21.11.2016: The Final Programme is now available. Download it here.
14.11.2016: The Workshop Booklet is now available. Download it here.
12.11.2016: The Abstracts are now posted. You may access them by clicking here.
10.11.2016: The Registration for Attendance is now available online.
International conference on the phenomenological reception of ancient philosophy.
Update (1.12): Due to two unfortunate cancellations, the program is slightly revised.
Mapping the Nordic factions and contributions in postwar CIAM and Team 10.
Workshop at the Univ. of Oslo, December 1st-2nd, 2016.
Keynote speakers: Rachel Mairs, University of Reading; Siobhan McElduff, University of British Columbia; Oliver Taplin, University of Oxford.
Monday 10 Oct: 9.00 - 17.45: Kristine Bonnevies hus, room 2621
Tuesday 11 Oct: 9.00 - 17:00: Kristine Bonnevies hus, room 4424
Munch's paintings have been criticized for being "unfinished". But in the mid-1900s these strategies became a standard. Why were these ideas so important and how do we perceive them today? Open for all, registration is requried.
This workshop is organized jointly by the Munich Centre for Mathematical Philosophy and the research project Plurals, Predicates and Paradox (Oslo).
This workshop is organized jointly by the research projects Models, Modality and Meaning (Arche, St Andrews) and Plurals, Predicates and Paradox (Oslo).