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Intercultural Humanism Conference Series

HUMANITY AND INHUMANITY
Topics, Theories and Discourses on Humankind and Humanism
in
Humanities and Social Sciences

Institute of Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences

National Taiwan University

Taipei, March 8-9, 2012

The history of the humanities and of the social sciences is a vast repertoire of topics, visions, ideas, concepts, figures, theories and discourses related to the cardinal notions of humanity and inhumanity. In connection with the Taiwan launching of the new book series, Reflections on (In)Humanity, published jointly by V&R unipress and National Taiwan University Press, a conference is organized to explore these issues in an intercultural, interdisciplinary way.

Participants are expected to speak for 25-30 minutes, and provide a critical synthesis of their topics, rooted in both the literature on the subject and in each participant’s reflection and self-reflection based on intellectual, academic, and existential experience. Starting from the proceedings of the conference, a collective book is planned for our book series.

 

Descarca pliantul Humanity and Inhumanity, Taipei 8-9 March 2012

Data actualizarii: 29th March 2018