Chris Skowroński (Opole University/Berlin Practical Philosophy International Forum) talks to Sarin Marchetti (University of Sapienza, Rome, Italy) on the occasion of the Berlin Forum’s international conference they both co-organize at the Finnland Institut in Berlin (July 10-13, 2017). Professor Marchetti talks about his contribution to the Pragmatist Kant conference in Berlin. The title of his […]
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A photographer loses his memory and he falls in love with his sister. It is the beginning of his destruction – this is what the official info tells you about Photographer, His Lover, His Sister, and Her Lover (2016). What’s this in my view? A sort of mysterious postmodern combination of narratives within 12 minutes […]
Chris Skowroński (Opole University/Berlin Practical Philosophy International Forum) talks to Sami Pihlström (Faculty of Theology, University of Helsinki) on the occasion of the Berlin Forum’s international conference they both co-organize at the Finnland Institut in Berlin (July 10-13, 2017). The general title of the conference is “Pragmatist Kant” and its main idea is to discuss […]
BERLIN PRACTICAL PHILOSOPHY INTERNATIONAL FORUM e.V. is pleased to announce an international conference within American and European Values-Berlin Edition series of conferences 5th International Conference on Santayana: The Life of Reason in the Age of Terrorism Berlin, Germany, July 12-14, 2016 (Preceded by A Student Seminars Day on July 11) We are grateful to Vanderbilt […]
Chris Skowroński, Opole University, Poland/Berlin Forum, Germany There have always been controversies over the practicality of philosophy even when given authors claimed in their books and lectures that philosophy and ethics are vitally important for the members of the public. Yet not always have they been convincing in their claims. For some audiences, academic philosophers […]
Below is a letter from John Lachs, our “Schirmherrschaft,” to the members of Berlin Forum: John Lachs, Philosophy Department at Vanderbilt University Nashville, February 21, 2016 To Members of the Berlin Practical Philosophy International Forum e.V,: When philosophy moved into the modern knowledge-factory, it lost its way. Instead of offering visions of the […]