Arts, Ontology and Politics
Summer School on Philosophy and Society
University of Antwerp
The Antwerp Summer School in Philosophy and Society seeks to address philosophical issues and problems pertaining to recent developments in Western societies. Its specific aim is to reflect on some of the major themes and debates that have recently emerged in the public sphere.
This edition will focus on the presence of Arts, Ontology, and Politics during an six-day intensive programme. With leading international scholars in the fields of philosophy and contemporary social and political philosophy.
If covid-19 won't allow us to organise a live summer school, candidates will be informed of this by 31 May 2021 at the latest. Please visit our website for the latest updates.
Master students in philosophy, but open to advanced Bachelor, Master and PhD students in philosophy or a closely related field. Participants should have at least completed two full years of undergraduate education (Bachelor level). PhD students in the arts can also apply. The number of participants will be limited to 20 students.
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