Lecture in London: Kierkegaard for the 21st Century

for a bit of annoying self promotion…

I’ll be giving a talk at the Roehampton University, London (hosted by the Royal Institute for Philosophy) on March 23rd at 6pm. The title of the talk is Kierkegaard for the 21st Century, and during it I’ll be sketching out what I see as the main problems with the way Kierkegaard was read/used during the 20th century, and outline a new reading of him which puts him in dialogue with what I see as the currents that will shape philosophy in the first part of the 21st century.

If you’re in London and interested, come check it out. Details here.

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2 thoughts on “Lecture in London: Kierkegaard for the 21st Century

  1. Alex Zane says:

    Sounds like an essential talk – please try to arrange its recording.
    -Alex (in remote San Francisco)

  2. Lee Braver says:

    Hi,

    Is there any way I could get a copy of this paper? I’m working on a project now that also positions Kierkegaard as very important to continental philosophy, and would be interested in seeing your take.

    Thanks,
    Lee

    braverlj at hiram.edu

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