In this presentation, Dr Victor Fan, Senior Lecturer for Film Studies at King’s College, first expounds how Buddhist philosophy can help scholars re-evaluate what cinema and media are and what exactly they are constituting and mediating.
Professor Rob Canton, De Montfort University and author of ‘Why Punish? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Punishment’ speaks about some of the key themes explored in his recent book.
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Join us for the first Ingenuity breakfast event of 2018 when Dr Jonathan Tallant returns to our breakfast programme – this time to explore the theme of trust.
This lecture offers an interpretation of Taylor Swift’s music through the theme of ‘repetition’, and using Swift’s work to introduce Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy of repetition and difference. Part of the Popular Culture Lecture Series.
University of Nottingham Associate Professor Dr Max Biddulph aims to audit Foucault’s interest in BDSM, his involvement in the gay men’s leather scene in San Francisco in the early 1970s and assess its contribution to his ‘forensic understanding’ of both the artefacts and conduits of power.