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Event 

Title:
2013 GHCS: Cave dwellers or Labyrinth diggers?
When:
23.05.2013 19.00 h
Where:
Kelvin Club - Melbourne
Category:
Education

Description

By contrasting the views of an ancient Greek philosopher (Plato) and a modern Greek thinker (Castoriadis) we'll explore some fundamental aspects of history, politics, and religion that continue to inform our global reality.


Bio

George Vassilacopoulos teaches philosophy at Latrobe University. His most recent books, The Disjunctive Logic of the World (co-authored with Toula Nicolacopoulos) and Monumental Fragments, are forthcoming with re.press. He is also co-author of From Foreigner to Citizen: Greek Communities and Social Change in White Australia (1897-2000), Eothinon, 2004.

Dr George Vassilacopoulos is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Politics Philosophy and Legal Studies at La Trobe University.

Since completing his PhD on Hegel's philosophical system, George Vassilacopoulos has developed research interests addressing the continuities and divergences in the thought of European philosophers including Hegel, Heidegger, Derrida, Husserl, Levinas and Castoriadis.

The focus of this research is on the meaning and practice of communal gathering, history and otherness.

George has also been working on the links between these thinkers and the history of Greek and Christian thought as well as on the role and nature of philosophical thinking in the 21st century.

George also collaborates on research in the areas of critical race and whiteness theory and the history of Greek-Australian political activism, multiculturalism and foreigner discourses.

By contrasting the views of an ancient Greek philosopher (Plato) and a modern Greek thinker (Castoriadis) we'll explore some fundamental aspects of history, politics, and religion that continue to inform our global reality.

George Vassilacopoulos teaches philosophy at Latrobe University. His most recent books, The Disjunctive Logic of the World (co-authored with Toula Nicolacopoulos) and Monumental Fragments, are forthcoming with re.press. He is also co-author of From Foreigner to Citizen: Greek Communities and Social Change in White Australia (1897-2000), Eothinon, 2004.

Dr George Vassilacopoulos
Senior Lecturer
Department of Politics Philosophy and Legal Studies
La Trobe University 3086

Venue

Venue:
Kelvin Club   -   Website
Street:
Melbourne Place
Postcode:
3000
Suburb:
Melbourne
State:
VIC
Country:
Country: au

The Kelvin Club, with a history dating back to 1865, is a private member's club located in the heart of Melbourne.  Membership is drawn from the academic, corporate, legal, medical, arts, public service and private business communities.  The Club is inclusive, with both men and women forming a stimulating and diverse community.  

The inclusive environment, fine dining and comfortable facilities are ideal for members who enjoy participating in a broad range of club activities.    Members can invite friends and guests to to join then in all The Kelvin Club functions. Friends and guests can become members themselves and enjoy the full range of club benefits. 

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