Philosophy Forum 26/04/2018 Orner and Galpin: A Theory Of Relational Iterative Materiality: An Account Of The Evolution Of Consciousness

Dear All

this week the forum is fortunate enough to be looking at a paper written by some of its own attendees (Roderick Orner and Janet Galpin) concerning the evolution of consciousness.

The meeting will be in UL102 14:15-15:45 and the reading is available here.

With best wishes

Graham

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Philosophy Forum 19/4/2018: The Deleuzian Fold

Dear All

as a kind of preamble to looking at Deleuze’s Leibniz book (imminently though not the following week) I thought we could look at couple of writings about it to try to get a flavour. To this end I propose Simon O’Sullivan’s short paper here and this blog post here (Graham here is not me).

The meeting is back in its usual UL102 14:15-15:45.

best

Graham

Forum this week 12/4/18

Dear All

this week the forum will meet at the St Martins Gallery in Lincoln to view and discuss the work of Geoff Matthews and Colin Davis who currently have an exhibition there.

To this end we will meet around the normal time (14:15) at the gallery. There will hopefully be a drink or two in the Cardinals Hat afterwards (around 16:00).

Hope to see you there.

Graham

No forum this week

Dear All

just to let you know that there will be no forum on the week of 05/04. The following week however will be a meeting up at St Martins Gallery to view Geoff Matthews’ and Colin Davis’ exhibition followed hopefully by a small libation. More details of organization will follower closer to the time.

best

Grahanm

Philosophy Forum 29/03/2018 -Nietzsche: The Free Spirit

Dear All

this week the reading will be the second section of Beyond Good and Evil entitled  ‘The Free Spirit’. Yes I know we had it already, but there were many who missed it and I’ve been busy and haven’t had time to faff up something different and…, look who sets the reading for this thing anyway? Yes that’s right I do. It’s here.

The meeting will be UL102 14:15-15:45

Happy Ostara

Best

Graham

Orgone Accumulator

Dear All

the forum’s sister organisation, the Centre for Experimental Ontology (in collaboration with UoL architecture) has just installed an Orgone Accumulator into the University of Lincoln Library.

Staff, students and members of the public are welcome to come and see it and have a go if they like.

best

Graham