Hello, everyone! Welcome back to UEA Philosophy Society’s Spring Semester programme. We have an exciting array of events planned for you this semester – and our timetable is subjected to dynamic updates with all the latest information, so please check it out!
Before the Semester starts next week, the first of UEA Philosophy’s Philosophers at the Cinema events is taking place at Cinema City this Sunday afternoon. This series is on the subject of fear and begins with Henri-Georges Clouzot’s classic ‘The Wages of Fear’. More information can be found here.
Next week, we have our first two timetabled events of the Semester: our reading group on ‘Myth’ on Wednesday and our first guest speaker: Karyn Walker, who’ll be speaking to us about ‘Why Plato’s Republic would be just’ on Friday.
Additionally, on Tuesday – UEA Philosophy are hosting the first in their public lecture series on Apocalypses Now? – Where one should find hope in the face of a deteriorating climate.
All of our events are open to all – so please don’t hesitate to get involved. We hope to see you all very soon!
To commemorate the end of the Autumn Semester, please join us in the Red Bar this evening at 5pm. We’ll share some pizzas and a drink or two to mark the start of a well-earned Christmas break.
It’s been a pleasure to discuss so many interesting topics with you this semester – but don’t forget: PhilSoc will be back next term with a brand new array of sessions. We have reading groups, lectures, cafe conversations and many more exciting events.
We hope to see you refreshed and reinvigorated to begin to Spring Semester in January.
All are welcome to attend the Philosophy Christmas Soirée this evening at 7pm in Cafe Central.
UEA Philosophy Society will be providing food and drink, with alcoholic beverages provided by the Philosophy Faculty. Rumour has it that we’ll also have a few party games – so it promises to be a joyful evening.
Cafe Central is between the new accommodation (Hickling and Barton House) towards the east end of campus, behind Blackdale School. You will be required to bring your campus card to access the building. The venue is upstairs.
Unfortunately, due a breakdown in communication, the second open mic of the semester has been cancelled.
The Philosophy Christmas Soirée is still going ahead this Friday at 7pm.
Unfortunately our speaker for Wednesday 29th, Lewis Martin, has been forced to cancel for medical reasons. We are sorry to report that as such our session on Wednesday will no longer cover this topic and shall instead be a film viewing introduced by Salah Hamed.
As we move into the final quarter of the semester, there are several philosophy society events to watch out for.
This week we have a presentation on The Nuclear Taboo and a discussion group on phenomenology delivered by our president and secretary.
We also have our open mic event coming up on the sixth of December – so if you’re interested please drop us a line and let us know what you’d like to talk about!
In addition to our other events, we’ll be announcing the arrangements for the Philosophy Christmas Soirée over the next week, so please watch this space for further details!
We hope that you’ll join us!
Due to several conflicting commitments, Philosophy Society has had to make several amendments to its timetable of events. Updates have been posted on our calendar – though more changes may be yet to come.
If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to get in contact. Our information is on the ‘Contact Us’ page, available on the navigation bar.
Hello everyone! We hope you all had a fantastic first week at UEA. It was our absolute pleasure to see so many of you, faces both new and familiar, at the Societies’ Fayre on Tuesday and we’re really excited to be able to welcome so many of you as society members.
Now that Fresher’s Week fever has passed us by, Philosophy Society commences our programme of events in the next few days. Week 2 brings with it two presentations, each of which followed by a discussion. On Wednesday, our president (Eleesha Kyriazis) will be presenting on Warrior Ethics, and on Friday one of our homegrown PhD students (Karyn Walker) shall discuss some of her cutting edge research into Plato. More details can be found within our events calendar.
Also, please feel free to find us on Facebook (UEA Philosophy Society) or Twitter (@UEAPhilosophy).
-Ben (Academic Officer)
Welcome to the brand new Philosophy Society website! I’m Lorna, the web developer for the site (and ex president of Philosophy Society). We really hope you enjoy our new site. If you have any suggestions, requests, or feedback on the content or functionality of the website, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We want the website to function as a space for those of you not using Facebook to receive updates on our events and plans for the society so please let us know what we can do to make this website work for you!