What is protest art? What are its limits and what are its possibilities? …
Sarah Fine will be chairing a discussion with Sacha Golob, Robert Montgomery and Stephanie Schwartz.
10th December, 1830-2000
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Sacha Golob, Vanessa Brassey and Emma Syea will be leading a series of art/philosophy discussions at Tate Britain over the summer in response to their hugely popular All Too Human show (Bacon, Freud, Rego, Souza and others).
The first event features Amalia Ulman, described by the Telegraph as having created the first ever ‘Instagram masterpiece’, the philosopher Timothy Secret and the Bacon specialist Katharina Guenther:
WHAT MAKES US HUMAN: THE GAZE
12 May 2018
13:00-15:00 and 15:30-17:30
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Prof Maria Rosa Antognazza has just been elected Chair of the British Society of the History of Philosophy, while Sacha Golob has been appointed Associate Editor (with special responsibility for Post-Kantian Philosophy) of the British Journal for the History of Philosophy, the journal of the Society.
The Journal is based at King’s. It continues to be edited by King’s Professor, Michael Beaney.
Michael Beaney, Sacha Golob, Jessica Leech, Taichi Miura and Mark Textor will be representing King’s Philosophy at this year’s Annual Conference of the British Society for the History of Philosophy, due to take place on 6-8 April, at the University of Sheffield.
The Department of Philosophy is one of the leading departments for the study of Kant’s philosophy. John Callanan, Sacha Golob, Jessica Leech and Andrea Sangiovanni are all currently working on various issues in Kant’s theoretical and practical philosophy.
Today in the spotlight, the recent work of Sacha Golob: