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Professor Andrew Gibson's 'Intermittency: The Concept of Historical Reason in Recent French Philosophy' published

Posted on 19/12/2011

Andrew Gibson’s Intermittency: The Concept of Historical Reason in Recent French Philosophy was published by Edinburgh University Press in December 2011.

He continues with his work as a member of the Conseil Scientifique of the Collège International de Philosophie in Paris. He has just been appointed adviser to the Research Council for Culture and Society of the National Academy of Finland.

In the first half of 2012 he will be giving the following plenary and invited lectures:

2 February, James Joyce Centre, Dublin: `Joyce, Exiles, Suffragism and the Summer of 1912’ (James Joyce Birthday Lecture)

16 March, University of Tokyo: `Badiou, Schopenhauer, Wagner’

28 March, University of Hong Kong: `Joyce and the Irish University Question: A Portrait of the Artist Chapter 5’

27 June, University of Freiburg: `Swift, Beckett and Irish Loathing’

11 July, International HERMES Seminar, University of Amsterdam: `Some Contemporary Misanthropies’

13 July, University College Dublin, Beckett and the State of Ireland conference: `Beckett and Irish Misanthropic Tradition’

17 July, Trinity College Dublin, Samuel Beckett Summer School: `Franco-Irish Beckett: Mercier et/and Camier in 1945-6’



   
 
 
 

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