Peter J E Kail讲座:“尼采中的自我”与“学在牛津”


Lecture series
“The Self in Nietzsche” and “Studying at Oxford”

Peter J E Kail, University of Oxford
M.Phil Ph.D. Clare College, Cambridge
British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Faculty of Philosophy, Cambridge
University Lecturer in the History of Modern Philosophy and Official Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy, St. Peter’s College, Oxford

1 概述和冲动的本性 (9月17日周四晚上 19:00-21:00点)
2 冲动的秩序和安排 (9月18日周五晚上 19:00-21:00点)
3 自我 (9月24日周四晚上 19:00-21:00点)
4 学在牛津 (9月25日周五晚上 19:00-21:00点)
Lecture One: Overview and the Nature of Drives (17 Sept Thursday 19:00-21:00)

In this lecture I shall outline the main claims of the lecture series, and begin by looking at the nature of drives in Nietzsche’s philosophy since it is drives in a certain arrangement that constitute a self. However, it might be thought that Nietzsche treats drives as homunculi or self-like and so that cannot be appealed to in explaining the phenomenon of selfhood. This lecture will show that this is not the case

Lecture Two: The Order and Arrangement of Drives (18 Sept Friday 19:00-21:00)

In this lecture I shall discuss the different ways in which drives relate to each other and some of the problems inherent in understanding such arrangements

Lecture Three: Selves (24 Sept Thursday 19:00-21:00)

In this lecture we shall be looking at the arrangement of drives that constitute a self, threats to such a constitution and objections to the account.

Lecture Four: Studying at Oxford (25 Sept Friday 19:00-21:00)

Location: Room 113,Tongxin Building,100 Wudong Rd

All are welcome. For the relevant information, please go to the website of College of Humanities.

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