|donee||11 Sept 2007||Alice||Tuesday||12:45-13:30||Dr. Pedro Tabensky (Philosophy, Rhodes Univ)||
|done||14 August 2007||Alice||Tuesday||12:45-13:30||Dr. Chandra Kumar (Philosophy, Toronto, Canada)||
"Progress, freedom and human nature"
text: JJ Rousseau's On the origins of inequality
|done||????||Alice||Tuesday||12:45-13:30||Prof Tobie Louw (UFH)||
"Questioning from inside and outside Plato's cave"
text: Plato's "allegory of the cave"
(click to access R.M. Platt translation, MP3-audio of Jowett-translation)
|done||24 July 2007||Alice||Tuesday||12:45-13:30||Dr. Abraham Olivier (UFH)||"The body-mind controversy"|
|done||31 May 2007||Alice||Tuesday||12:45-13:30||Prof Vince Luizzi (USA)||"Being and Pain: reflections of an applied philosopher"|
|done||14 May 2007||Alice||Tuesday||12:45-14:00||Prof Paul Taylor (USA)||"Is racism a philosophical problem?"|
|done||24 April 2007||Alice||Tuesday||12:45-13:30||Dr Derek Ross (UFH)||"Towards a non-sterile, integrationist legal philosophy"|
"Peoples, once accustomed to masters, are not in a condition to do without them. If they attempt to shake off the yoke, they estrange themselves even more from freedom. By mistaking for it an unbridled license to which it is diametrically opposed, they nearly always manage, by their revolutions, to hand themselves over to seducers, who only make their chains heavier than before." (Jean Jacques Rousseau, 1754)
"Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise." (Thomas Gray)