Thu 30 May 2019 | 8:00 pm - 11:55 pm
Book Worm - Ma'azeh 7, Tel Aviv,

A Night of Philosophy” takes place in various cities around the world, and in Tel Aviv it is an unprecedented success and an influx of audiences into the halls, cafés and special spaces. The event is being initiated by the French Institute in Israel, in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut Israel, the Cervantes Institute, the Polish Institute, the Austrian Cultural Forum in Tel Aviv, the European Union and the Tel Aviv-Jaffa Municipality.
A night of philosophy is a rich and fascinating philosophical journey, in a variety of subjects throughout the night, in various places around the French Institute on Rothschild Boulevard.

The Bauhaus and Austrian Philosophy
Anne Siegetsleitner

20: 00-20: 50 Panel in Hebrew , to speak Heidegger in Hebrew – Eran Dorfman, Shaul Seter, Rachel Peretz, Hagit Aldema, Haim Du’el Lusky, Moderator: Ronit Peleg

21:45-22:25 – Walter Benjamin’s sentence: “there are no epochs of decline”, Andrzej Leder

22:30-23:10 – The Idea of Honor in Politics and Ethics, Anne Siegetsleitner

23:15-23:55 – End of the principle of hope? Utopia, memory and the libidinal, Andrzej Leder

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