Grupos de investigación

Actividades complementarias de Doctorado

CURSO 2017/2018


1. Seminario Internacional fin de proyecto: "La era de la técnica ante la cuestión de la Humanitas"

19 y 20 de marzo; Salón de Grados; Facultad de Filosofía UCM.

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CURSO 2016/2017


1. Nathan Widder (University of London):

The Micropolitics of the Drives (La micropolítica de las pulsiones a partir de Nietzsche, Lacan, Foucault y Deleuze)

Fecha: 3.11.2016, 17h; Seminario 217, Facultad de Filosofía UCM.

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2. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: "The meaning of Violence"

Fecha: 8-9 de Marzo; Universidad Carlos III, Campus de Puerta de Toledo, Salón de Grados.

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CURSO 2015/2016


1. Dr. Gavin Rae (Conex Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Fellow, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid):

Thinking Difference

Fecha: 25. 11. 2015, 11:00-13:00, Facultad de Filosofía, S25.

Abstract: Ever since Parmenides and Heraclitus debated whether being becomes, this question has been a central, if often implicit, one in the history of philosophy. While philosophy generally followed a Parmenidean lineage to the extent that it searched for a fixed foundation or universal truth from and to which all must be returned, a number of 20th century thinkers turned to the long-forgotten Heraclitean heritage to affirm the notion of becoming and, by extension, difference. The purpose of this lecture is to explore the ways in which the question of difference defined 20th Century philosophy by examining three of the most influential analyses: Martin Heidegger’s, Jacques Derrida’s, and Gilles Deleuze’s. Through overviews of each thinker’s projects, the following arguments will be developed: first, Heidegger’s thinking on the ontological difference is the foundation that brings forth the question of the relationship between being and difference. Second, Heidegger, Derrida, and Deleuze develop different conceptualisations and, by extension, conclusions regarding the relationship between being and difference with Heidegger thinking being through difference, Derrida thinking being from difference, and Deleuze thinking being as difference. And third, it is Deleuze’s conception that most strongly develops the relationship between being and difference. Engaging with the question of difference in this way will show that the history of philosophy continues to inform contemporary thinking, demonstrate how 20th century philosophers challenged the dominant historical privileging of identity, and, by identifying three ways in which contemporary thinking has understood the being-difference relationship, stimulate further discussion on the topic.

2. Jornadas Internacionales "Foucault y la cuestión del derecho"

Fecha: 3 y 4 de Diciembre de 2015

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3. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE: "Subjectivity and the Political 2016"

Fecha: 9 y 10 de marzo de 2016

Lugar: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Campus Puerta de Toledo, Salón de Grados

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