Must (some) emotions be ‘cognitive’?
Published: Monday 24th October 2016
The School of Philosophy is delighted to be hosting Dr Talia Morag from the University of Western Sydney who will be presenting on the topic of Must (some) emotions be “cognitive”?
ACU staff are invited to join us for what will be the final instalment the ACU Philosophy Seminar Series for 2016.
Date: Friday 28 October 2016
Time: 2.30pm to 4pm (AEDT)
Venue: At the following ACU campus locations via video conference (Polycom ID# 613 3147):
Canberra: SG 1.10
Melbourne: 250 Victoria Pde 4.28
North Sydney: TWH.16.24
About the ACU Philosophy Seminar Series
Every year ACU’s School of Philosophy hosts talks by visiting international academics, professional philosophers from universities from around Australia, ACU staff, and postgraduate students, as part of our Philosophy Seminar Series.
Our seminars place an emphasis on exploration and constructive exchanges to advance the development of ideas.
Philosophy is a discipline with wide application to almost all other areas of academic enquiry, including psychology, linguistics, history, medicine, law, theology, art, and economics – and this creates an opportunity for robust cross-discipline discussion and the exchange of ideas.
Philosophers working in analytic and continental fields are invited to present, with topics chosen from the widest possible range. Topics we explore include: History of Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Phenomenology, Ethics and Political Philosophy, Metaphysics and Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Science, and Logic.
The seminars take place in a friendly and informal atmosphere (and after every presentation there is always ample time for Q&A).