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  • 12 Dec 2017 15:00

Biljetter: ord 90 kr (plus serviceavgift 10 kr), stud/ungdom under 26 år 30 kr, pensionär 70 kr (plus serviceavgift 10 kr)
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PHILOSOPHY TEA 

This autumn, Professor Peter Wallensteen and Lecturer Daniel Ogden will continue their popular Philosophy Tea talks in an expanded series of three talks. The three individuals they will highlight have contributed to global thinking in different ways: through high-level diplomacy, utopian writings and historical studies.

The series starts with diplomat and economist Dag Hammarskjöld (1905-1961), a practitioner with a philosophy as seen through his actions as Secretary-General of the United Nations. He will be followed by the American author Charlotte Perkins Gilman (1860-1935), focusing on her feminist utopian novel, Herland (1915); and then we will discuss the 14th century Arab philosopher, Ibn Khaldun (1332-1406, or 732-808 A.H., i.e. according to the Islamic calendar) from Tunis, best known for his Prolegomena, or ‘Introduction’ which introduces a seven-volume history of the world. All three provide alternatives to dominant Western, realist, masculine, perspectives on international affairs, and thus yield new insights into peace and justice.



Each philosophy tea session lasts one hour, with the final twenty minutes being reserved for an open discussion with the audience. The sessions are run in English. 

Tea and scones will be served. All welcome. 

Philosophy Tea is supported by Uppsala University and both sessions will be disseminated as pod casts.

» Read more about Philosophy Tea since 2014


Listen to the podcast with Peter Wallensteen and Daniel Ogden on Bertha von Suttner at Regina Theatre 8th feb 2017 here:



Podcast Producer: Reginateatern


Podcast Producer: Reginateatern




Podcast Producer: Per Torsner
» Alternative link for Arendt Podcast




Podcast Producer: Per Torsner
» Alternative link for Voltaire Podcast


» Listen to a podcast on Wiliam Wilberforce - Am I Not a Man and a Brother