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Laruelle and LGS at Cerisy La Salle, France

Posted: Monday 27 Jan 2014
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Laruelle and LGS at Cerisy La Salle, France

The Centre Culturel International de Cerisy and the London Graduate School are happy to announce a forthcoming colloquium dedicated to the work of François Laruelle. Entitled ‘La Philosophie non-standard de François Laruelle’, the colloquium will take place 3-10 September 2014.

The colloquia held at Cerisy La Salle are amongst the most important events held in philosophy. Since 1952 they have played host to ground-breaking occasions when, for example, the contemporary reception of Nietzsche, Heidegger, Barthes, Levinas, or Derrida have reached critical turning points. It is in reflection of the mounting importance of Laruelle’s thought (both in France and abroad) that his work is being discussed at Cerisy La Salle in 2014.

Details of the programme are here:



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