Contemporary Aristotelian Studies Group: 3rd Annual Conference
Keynote Speaker: Tony Lawson (University of Cambridge)
‘Why Bother with Social Ontology?’
Event Date: Tuesday 17 December 2013 from 10.00am - 5.00pm
Location: Board Room, Caerleon Campus, Newport
This one day conference is the 3rd annual event brought to you by the Political Studies Association’s, Contemporary Aristotelian Studies Group.
The last decade has seen a resurgence of interest in Aristotle’s work among political, social and moral theorists – with identifiably Aristotelian themes and positions emerging in debates on issues from well-being to social ontology, and from management theory to the capabilities approach.
Delegate: £25 Postgraduate student: £15
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University of South Wales, Caerleon Campus, Newport, NP18 3QT
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