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Philosophical Screens: The Passion of Anna

Posted: Wednesday 10 Oct 2012
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Masquerading as the story of emotionally damaged sculptor Andreas and his love for grieving widow Anna, Bergman’s intense psychological drama weaves cinematographic, narrative and, indeed, criminal enigmas, ones that involve violence done to both humans and to animals.

This is the third edition of Philosophical Screens, a series exploring dialogue between philosophy and film, presented with the London Graduate School and the Collège International de Philosophie. Celine Surprenant, author of Freud: A Guide for the Perplexed, will introduce the screening, and afterwards will present a short lecture, which will be followed by an extended discussion.

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What Can We Do With Non-Philosophy? Listen here

Thursday 12 Nov 2015
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10 November 2015, Swedenborg Hall, Bloomsbury Way, London   What Can We Do With Non-Philosophy? A Discussion with Alexander Galloway, Ian...

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