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Philiminality is a Cambridge platform for cross-cultural and interdisciplinary philosophy. We discuss philosophical ideas, thinkers, and approaches which are frequently marginalised in both Anglo-American and “continental” academic circles. We engage with broader horizons of what it means to do philosophy by discussing intersectional perspectives on brands of thought from across the world. We also recognise the value of exploring how philosophical issues interrelate with other disciplines, such as politics, theology, sociology, classics, history, psychology, and experimental science. Our events are all open to everyone, whether you are interested in the basic day-to-day relevance of philosophical questions, through to the conditions for a more global approach to philosophy.

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Human (and) Nature from Latin America to the Middle East: Panel Discussion

UserDr Charles Pigott, Dr Hilary Marlow, Dr Timothy Winter.

HouseAssembly Room, Howard Building, Downing College.

ClockWednesday 01 March 2017, 17:30-19:30

Essence and Existence from Antiquity to Modernity: Panel Discussion

UserDr Daniel De Haan, Prof. John Marenbon, Dr Dragos Calma, Dr Martin Crowley.

HouseAssembly Room, Howard Building, Downing College.

ClockWednesday 22 February 2017, 17:30-19:30

Being and Becoming in Ancient Philosophy: Panel Discussion

UserDr Barua, Dr Hedley, Prof. Betegh, Prof. Sterckx.

HouseAlison Richard Building, SG1.

ClockFriday 25 November 2016, 19:00-21:00

Perspectives on Existentialism: Panel Discussion

UserDr Ruth Jackson, Dr Andy Martin, Josh Platzky Miller, Yung In Chae.

HouseThe Blythe Room, Clare Colony.

ClockFriday 21 October 2016, 19:00-20:30

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