SPRING 2014 APPLIED PHILOSOPHY LYCEUM
New School for Social Research
Gender as Social Temporality: Butler and Marx
Friday, March 28, 2014
College of Education Building
The Story, in Brief...
Since 1992 the Philosophy Department has sponsored an annual lecture series devoted to issues in applied philosophy. Conceived with Aristotle's Lyceum in mind, the Applied Philosophy Lyceum (APL) aims to stimulate private reflection and public reasoning on matters of human praxis, broadly conceived. Topics have ranged from issues in environmental ethics to theories of love and friendship. The list of speakers and topics, past and present, can be found below.
A reception typically follows each lecture.