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An exhibition which aims to reveal the preliminary processes – through sharing a range of ways to record, explore, reflect and develop creative work. The Art of Thinking showcases the wide range of ways in which students from across University of the Arts London use sketchbooks to explore and develop their creative work. Co-curated by UAL students, the exhibition reveals the sources of inspiration, the experiments, the trials and the errors, and how they form a vital part of the creative journey.

London School of Philosophy

Are we genuinely capable of non-egoistic, altruistic action? What are our responsibilities to future generations? What claim do starving populations have on us? When, if at all, is torture justified? Is free speech an unconditional right? Is whistleblowing an act of greater corporate loyalty? Is lying worse than other forms of intentional deception? Should euthanasia be legalised in the UK? When is it legitimate, or required, to challenge authority?

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Displayed in The Theobalds Road window, Conway Hall, Kenta Masuyama aka 281 Anti Nuke is a Japanese street artist whose focus is to create intelligent, graphic street art intended to educate people in Japan on issues regarding politics, law, nuclear and other sobering matters. Tagged as the “Japanese Banksy,” he…

20 millisverts per year An exhibition about Fukushima by Lis Fields 2 March – 30 April 2017 Film screening, The Brockway Room, Mon 24 April.  Drinks served from 6pm, screening from 7pm – 9pm.  All welcome Little Voices from Fukushima documentary by Hitomi Kamanaka 119 min, Japanese with English subtitles To coincide…

Tue, 14th Feb, 2017
London School of Philosophy

An interactive reading group. This year we will study Immanuel Kant’s Critique of Judgement.

London School of Philosophy

This is a general Introduction to Philosophy based on the individual course of the same name which is part of the University of London International Programme in Philosophy.

London School of Philosophy

This course, running over two terms, will consider Fichte’s ‘Attempt at a New Presentation of the Wissenschaftslehre’ (1797-1798) and Schelling’s On the World Soul, A Hypothesis of Higher Physics (May 1798).

London School of Philosophy

What ideas about human nature and how best to live, lie under the surface of modern western culture and its multi-cultures? We shall explore a range of ideologies that to a lesser or greater extent make up the ebb and flow of our conversation about these questions including aspects of Enlightenment philosophy, Marxism, evolutionary psychology, existentialism and some of Charles Taylor’s writings.

London School of Philosophy

This course, running over two terms, will consider Fichte’s ‘Attempt at a New Presentation of the Wissenschaftslehre’ (1797-1798) and Schelling’s On the World Soul, A Hypothesis of Higher Physics (May 1798).

Language courses in Spanish, Italian, French, Brazilian-Portuguese and German

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