Rhetoric: Rethinking the Impact of the Liberal Arts


Rhetoric is the liberal art which is most clearly connected to social and political developments. The idea and the practice of republicanism and democracy depend not only on the freedom but also on...

Miloš Ćipranić Painter and the Pledge of Silence


The aim of the lecture is to reflect on the question whether painting can be considered a form of social engagement. Jean-Paul Sartre, Emmanuel Levinas and Maurice Merleau-Ponty provided the reasons...

Seminar Emotions and Social Theory


Without a doubt, emotions are one of the basic factors in our social reality. They coordinate the way that we relate to each other, and also the situation that we are part of, on various,...

Round Table The Role of Philosophy in Education


The round table will take place on 6 October 2018 at 10AM at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory (Kraljice Natalije 45, 4th floor). The ongoing education reform forsees gradual...

Lev Kreft: Aristotle doing a Bradbury


Chapter 6 »Aristotle' Pentathlete« of Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 2010 Special Issue by Heather L. Reid opens with Steven Bradbury surprise victory in the 1.000-metre short track speed skating at...