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Early Modern Western Philosophy
June 7 @ 7:20 pm – 9:45 pm UTC+8
This lecture is a part of the Global Open Courses initiative, launched by Tsinghua University). Unlike the Fall 2021 edition where every lecture of the eight courses will be made available, the Spring 2022 edition will only be making 1-2 lectures openly available to the public (this is mainly because of the misaligned academic calendars across universities globally).
This lecture is a part of the course, “Early Modern Western Philosophy“. In this course, we will carefully read and discuss some key philosophers in the Early Modern period of Western philosophy. The central topics will be in metaphysics and epistemology. This is an upper-level undergraduate course. Prior training in philosophy will likely be helpful, but is not strictly required.
Time: June 7th, 19:20-21:45, Beijing time (GMT+8)
Link for live stream (and replay): https://www.xuetangx.com/live/QQGKK20220310/QQGKK20220310/11794710/22401683
Hao Tang is a Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Tsinghua University. His research interests include Wittgenstein, Philosophy of Language, Philosophy of Mind, and Philosophy of Action.