2014 Colloquia

First semester

  1. Motsamai Molefe (UFH), “A Repudiation of the Twin-towers of African Moral Philosophy: Humanism and Welfare”, 21 February, Alice
  2. Motsamai Molefe (UFH), “A Rejection of Metz’s Theory of Moral Status”, 27 February, East London 
  3. Dr Chris Allsobrook (UFH), Mr Vuyani Booi (NAHECS + NEHAWU), Dr John Lamola (UP) Prof Pedro Tabensky (Rhodes),: Leadership after Liberation: the Mandela Legacy joint CLEA/philosophy panel, 14 March, Alice
  4. Prof  Bruce Janz (Florida): “Torture, solitary confinement and place”, 20 March, East London
  5. Dr Richard Flockeman (Rhodes): “Explaining Self-Knowledge”, 10 April, East London
  6. Prof Charles Verharen (Howard University): “A GLOBAL ETHICS EMERGING FROM HUMANITY’S AFRICAN HERITAGE”, 17 April, East London
  7. Dr Sam Vice (Rhodes): “Transforming philosophy”, 24 April,  East London
  8. Prof Abraham Olivier (UFH), “Heidegger in the township”, 21st April, East London



Second semester

  1. Dr Filip Maj (UFH), “Foucault and illness”,  Thu 24 July, East London
  2. Ndumiso Dladla (UNISA), “Leadership and Liberation,” Wed. 30 July, East London 
  3. Student colloq,  “Sexuality as transcendence”, Thu 7 Aug, Alice
  4. Prof Janine Jones (North Carolina), “Philosophy of Race”, Wed 13 Aug, East London
  5. Dr Chris Allsobrook (UFH), “Customary Law and Human Rights”, Thu 14 Aug, East London
  6. Prof Michael Cloete (UNISA),  “Topic to be announced”, Thu 11 Sept, East London 
  7. Prof Ward Jones (Rhodes), “Topic to be announced”, Thu 18 Sept, East London
  8. Prof Lewis Gordon (University of Connecticut), “Who is a philosopher?”, Fr Wed 1 Oct East London (Live Video Transmission in Alice)
  9. Prof Herman van Erp (Tilburg/UFH), “Was Marx a philosopher?” Thu 9 Oct, East London (Live Video Transmission in Alice)