Who is the Subject of Alienation?

Lecture
Nina Power (UK)
Theory
© Guy Smallman 
Nina
Power

is a senior lecturer in Philosophy at Roehampton University in London. She writes articles about philosophy, art and politics for publications such as Frieze, Cabinet, Radical Philosophy and The Philosophers’ Magazine.

Nina Power (UK)
Thu04. 
Oct
19.00/
TQW Halle G

In English

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Within the scope of Antarctica. A Symposium on Alienation

Can we still talk about alienation today? Outlining theories of post-, trans- and anti-humanism, this talk attempts to defend the usefulness of a concept of alienation, while simultaneously acknowledging the distance between us and Feuerbach and Marx’s nineteenth century use of the term.

Nina
Power

is a senior lecturer in Philosophy at Roehampton University in London. She writes articles about philosophy, art and politics for publications such as Frieze, Cabinet, Radical Philosophy and The Philosophers’ Magazine.

 
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