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The Heart of Europe Series: Lost in Translation

During the forthcoming academic year the Forum for European Philosophy in collaboration with the European Institute at the LSE will be hosting a public programme of eight special events under the title The Heart of Europe.

The recent upheavals and tensions in the EU and the uncertainty over the EU’s final frontier are posing fundamental questions at the intersection of philosophy, politics, sociology, economics, literature and intellectual history. The idea of a distinctive ‘European identity’ belongs at the heart of the idea of Europe itself. However, in a time when Europe is playing an ever larger role in the lives of European citizens, the idea of a common European identity seems less secure than ever. It is in response to the profoundly uncertain situation of contemporary European life that we seek to engage in a deliberately multidisciplinary way with questions concerning the Heart of Europe.


Maria Fairweather | talks
Choman Hardi | talks
Rachel Bowlby | talks
Dr Catherine Audard | talks | www


Date and Time:

16 November 2006 at 6:30 pm


2 hours



Forum for European Philosophy, LSE
Room J5, European Institute
London School of Economics & Political Science

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This event is free and open to all without registration.

It will take place in the Hong Kong Theatre, LSE, Ground Floor, Clement House, 99 Aldwych, WC2B 4JF London

For further information on the Forum for European Philsophy, visit our website at www.philosophy-forum.org

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