Gioia Laura Iannilli, “‘Experience Design’ and Creativity: Starting from John Dewey’s Conception of Substance and Form”

The American Institute of Philosophical and Cultural Thought is pleased to announce the second annual William S. Minor Lecture. Dr. Gioia Laura Iannilli, recipient of the 2019 William S. Minor Dissertation Fellowship, will present her research under the title “‘Experience Design’ and Creativity: Starting from John Dewey’s Conception of Substance…

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Kenneth W. Stikkers presents the 5th Lewis Hahn Lecture, July 27, 2019, 7 PM: “Rethinking Economics as Moral Philosophy”

7:00 PM: Kenneth W. Stikkers, “Rethinking Economics as Moral Philosophy.” Professor Stikkers presents the fifth Lewis Hahn Memorial Lecture at AIPCT in Murphysboro on July 27, 2019, at 7:00 PM. The lecture is sponsored by the Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity and its affiliated Societies for the Philosophy of…

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“Common Ideals of Eastern Orthodoxy and Erich Fromm’s Humanism,” by Diana Prokofyeva, April 8, 2019, 7 PM

“Common Ideals shared by Eastern Orthodoxy and Erich Fromm’s Humanism” The American Institute of Philosophical and Cultural Thought is pleased to announce a public seminar on Eastern Orthodox religion and humanistic psychology. The seminar will be April 8, 2019, at the AIPCT, 411 N. 9th Street, Murphysboro, IL. The event…

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Roberta Dreon, “Looking at Human Sensibility by Pragmatist Means,” April 1, 2019, at 7:00 PM

The seminar can be viewed on our YouTube channel here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmeyj42EbHQ&t=28s The AIPCT is pleased to announce a seminar by Roberta Dreon, “Looking at Human Sensibility by Pragmatist Means: In Search of a Rounded Portrait,” free and open to the public. The date is April 1, 2019, at 7 PM…

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“Bilateral Logic and the Pragmatic Maxim,” by Dave Beisecker, Monday, March 18, 2019, 7 PM

The Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity is pleased to announce the Keynote Address and AIPCT Residency Lecture of Dave Beisecker, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Nevada Las Vegas. Monday, March 18, 2019, 7:00 PM. Professor Beisecker has been in residence at the American Institute of Philosophical and Cultural…

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Seminar on “Vladimir Nabokov and the Fictions of Memory,” Tuesday evening, February 19, at 7 PM, by Irena Księżopolska

Irena Księżopolska of Vistula University (Warsaw, Poland), will present a seminar on “Vladimir Nabokov and the Fictions of Memory.” While the Russian-born American writer Nabokov is best known as the author of Lolita, perhaps there is no other writer as obsessed with memory. From his very early poems to the…

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