Check out the Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Network Videos
Unfortunately, the comps process does not lend itself to very consistent updating of a long-form blog. So I apologize for the increasing irregularity of my posts. That being said, I have been anything but un-busy for the past few months. To see one of the projects that has been taking up some of my non-blogging thought and effort, check out the videos from a few of the public lectures that my organization — The Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Network — has released. Topics include: the phenomenology of poverty, the post-anthropocene, and passion. Be sure to stay tuned for two other videos in-process (to be released asap): one on the failure of phenomenological realism, and one on the non-phenomenological side of Merleau-Ponty.
Posted on November 22, 2014, in News, Video and tagged Continental Philosophy, Merleau-Ponty, Passion, Phenomenology, Philosophy, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Network, Post-Anthropocene, Realism. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.