Sean Sayers
Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Kent

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  • Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Kent
  • Associate Professor of Political Theory, Department of Politics and International Relations, Canterbury Christ Church University
  • Visiting Professor of Philosophy, School of Marxism, Peking University
Email s.p.sayers@kent.ac.uk
Date of Birth 27th November, 1942
Nationality British

AREAS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

Marx; Hegel; moral and social philosophy; epistemology and metaphysics; history of modern philosophy

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

1986 PhD (Kent)
1969 MA (cantab)
1968‑9 Associate student, Tavistock Clinic, London, NW3
1966 BA (cantab) in Moral Sciences: Class 2.1, 1
1966‑9 Postgraduate studies, University College, Oxford
1962‑6 Trinity Hall, Cambridge (Natural Sciences, Moral Sciences)

EMPLOYMENT

2016- Associate Professor of Political Theory, Department of Politics and International Relations, Canterbury Christ Church University
2016- Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Peking University
2014 (Autumn) Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Renmin University of China, Beijing
2014-17 Senior Research Fellow (Political and Social Thought), Centre for Critical Thought, University of Kent
2011 (Autumn) Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan
2009- Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Kent
2008 (Summer) Distinguished Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Fudan University, Shanghai
2007 (Fall) Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Mount Holyoke College, Mass.
2005 (Summer) Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Bogazici University, Istanbul
2004 (Fall) Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Mount Holyoke College, Mass.
2002-9 Professor of Philosophy, University of Kent
1993-2002 Reader in Philosophy, University of Kent
1991 British Council Visiting Scholar, Institute of Philosophy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing (April-May)
1989‑93 Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Kent
1985 Visiting Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Sydney, Australia
1973‑4, 1979-80 Visiting Professor of Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder
1969‑89 Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Kent
1967‑8 Supervisor, Moral Sciences Faculty, Cambridge University

 

GRANTS AND AWARDS

2007 British Academy Overseas Conference Grant (Jilin)
2006 British Academy Overseas Conference Grant (Adelaide)
2006 Conference grant, Flinders University
2004 Lipman-Miliband Trust, grant for Marx and Philosophy Society
2000 Distinguished Book Award, American Sociological Association (Marxist sociology section) for Marxism and Human Nature
1994 Utrecht University, travel and conference grant
1992 British Academy Overseas Conference Grant (Ischia)
1991 British Council Travel Award (Hong Kong, China)
1990 Colyer-Fergusson Award (Germany, Czechoslovakia)
1988 British Academy Overseas Conference Grant (Paris)
1979‑80 Fullbright Scholarship (USA)
1966‑9 State Studentship
1965‑6 Foundation Scholarship and College Prize, Trinity Hall
1963‑4 Exhibition in Moral Sciences and College Prize, Trinity Hall
1962‑6 State Scholarship

 

TEACHING (incomplete list)

Teaching at all levels. 11 Research Students supervised to completion.

University of Kent

Part I Introduction to Philosophy: Knowledge and Metaphysics

Knowledge and the Humanities

Self and Society

Philosophy for Social Sciences

Fundamental Problems in Philosophy

Existentialism

Topics Science and Religion

Freedom and Authority

The Mind: Normal and Abnormal

Studies in the Existentialist Tradition

Part II Epistemology

Moral Philosophy

Social Philosophy

Philosophy of Mind

Philosophy and Psychoanalysis

Dialectical Materialism

Hegel’s Phenomenology of Mind

Sociology of Industrial Society

Theory and Practice of Communism

Work and Human Nature

History of Ethics

Twentieth Century Theory of Knowledge

Graduate Philosophy and Modernity I: Problems of Knowledge

Socialist Studies Seminar

Social Work Course: Philosophy option

Political Thought Seminar (with D McLellan)

The Enlightenment and its Legacy

Philosophy Graduate Seminar

Individual supervision of MA, MPhil and PhD dissertations

Continuing Education Philosophy and Society (Denver, CO)

Philosophy and Revolution (SCE, University of Kent)

Supervision of Research Students

2011-12 Lee Chunghan, MPhil (not completed)
2009-14 Matthew Whittingham, PhD (awarded 2014)
2009-10 Edward Brown, MA (pt, not completed)
2008-13 David Marjoribanks, MPhil/PhD (upgraded 2009, awarded 2013)
2005-10 Kathy Butterworth, MPhil/PhD (upgraded 2008, awarded 2010)
2005-9 Uli Muhe, MPhil/PhD (upgraded 2007, awarded 2009)
2005-8 Anne Gunn, PhD (not completed)
2001-4 Joel Rickard, MA (by research, awarded 2004: “Hegel’s concept of history”)
2000-3 Philip Janaway, MPhil/PhD (“Heidegger’s Politics” not completed)
1999-2003 Yildiz Silier, MPhil/PhD, PhD awarded 2003 (“Negative and Positive Conceptions of Freedom”)
1998-2002 Ruth Arundell, PhD (“The concept of human nature” not completed)
1996-2003 Mitsugu Kurata, PhD awarded 2003 (“The Concept of Dialectic”)
1995-2001 Peter Cheyne, MPhil awarded 2002 (“Instincts and Human Nature”)
1994-5 Elizabeth Mitchell, MPhil/PhD (“Existentialism”, transferred to Simon Glendinning 1995, transferred to Warwick)
1987-1996 Derek Mitchell, PhD (“Existential Theories of the Self”, awarded May 1997)
1986-8 Lee Smith, MPhil/PhD (“Hegel’s Social Philosophy”, not completed)
1983-5 Simon Williams, MA (“Kant’s Epistemology”, awarded 1985)
1976-1982 Demetrius Teigas, PhD (“Habermas and Gadamer”, transferred to John Bousfield 1982, doctorate awarded 1991)

University of Colorado (1973‑4, 1979‑80)

  • Phil.102 Ethics
  • Phil.104 Philosophy and Society
  • Phil.221 Modern Social Theories?
  • Phil.301 History of Modern Philosophy
  • Phil.425 Marxism
  • Phil.594 Freud

University of Sydney (1985)

  • Critique of Social Theory
  • Marxism and Epistemology

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

Service on numerous university committees.

2008-9 Chief Examiner, Philosophy
2006-7 RAE coordinator, Philosophy
2005-7 Chief Examiner, Philosophy
2003-5 Director of Research, SECL
2002-5 SECL Research and Postgraduate Committee (Chair 2003-5)
2002-5 Philosophy Library representative
1991-2011 Director of Graduate Studies, Philosophy
1997-2007 Director of Research, Philosophy
1995-99 Chair, Faculty Computing Committee
1993-5 ex officio member, Humanities Faculty Board
1990-99 University Computer Executive Committee
1989‑99 University Computer Committee
1989‑99 Humanities Faculty Equipment Committee
1989-99 Chair, Humanities Faculty Computer Policy Committee
1989 Chair, Humanities Faculty Equipment Working Party
1987‑90 Information Technology Faculty Board (Humanities Faculty representative)
1986‑90 Senate Standing Committee for the History and Philosophy of Science
1984‑95 University Computer Users’ Committee
1984‑6 Chair, Humanities Faculty Computer Users’ Committee
1984‑6 Chair, Philosophy Board of Studies
1982‑3 Secretary, Philosophy Board of Studies
1976‑7 Chair, ASTMS academic and postgraduate group
1974‑6, 81‑3, 89‑91 University Senate
1972‑9 Humanities Faculty Bookshop Liason Committee
1972‑9, 82‑3 Humanities Faculty Library Committee
1972‑4, 84‑6, 87‑92 Elected member, Humanities Faculty Board

Internal examining

At all levels, including J. Rickard PhD in Philosophy, C. Tangchoaren PhD in Politics 2000; A. Edgley PhD in Politics, 2000; P. Johnson, PhD in Philosophy 1987; R. Kelly, PhD in Philosophy 1992, R. Ganiari, PhD in Politics 1996.

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Editorial Work

Founder and editor of Marx and Philosophy Review of Books (February 2010- )

I played a leading and central role in founding, organizing, editing and producing the journal Radical Philosophy, and in running the associated Radical Philosophy movement. In connection with these activities, I have done extensive editorial and administrative work, and I have given numerous papers and talks (see below).

I have been invited to act as an editorial reader/advisor for:

Publishers: Bloomsbury (2017); Palgrave-Macmillan (2017); University of Chicago Press (2016); Cambridge University Press (2016); Palgrave-Macmillan (2016); Cambridge University Press (2015); Palgrave-Macmillan (2015), Sage (2014), Brill (2014), Palgrave-Macmillan (2014), Bloomsbury (2014), Wiley-Blackwell (2013); Lexington Books (2013), Routledge USA (2012), Acumen (2010, 2011), University of Wales Press (2010, 2012), Continuum (2009), Palgrave-Macmillan (2007, 2008, 2012, 2012, 2013), Acumen (2005, 2011), Edinburgh University Press (2001), Ashgate (1999, 2000-), Blackwell (1987, 2000, 2003, 2005), Oxford University Press (1987, 2001), Routledge (1990, 1995, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2008), Manchester University Press (1990, 2009), Cambridge University Press (1991, 2004, 2005, 2012, 2013), Chatto & Windus (1993), Free Association Books (1987), Harvester Press.

Journals: International Critical Thought (2018), International Critical Thought (2017), Philosophical Quarterly (2017); Historical Materialism (2017); Bulletin of the Hegel Society of Great Britain (2017); Historical Materialism (2016); Green Letters (2015), International Critical Thought (2015), Res Philosophica (2015); Social Theory and Practice (2015); European Journal of Political Theory (2015); Science & Society (2015); Journal of European Studies (2015), Historical Materialism (2015, 2015), History of European Ideas (2014); Political Studies (2013); Social Theory and Practice (2013), British Journal for the History of Philosophy (2012), European Journal of Political Theory (2012), Capital and Class (2012), Review of Political Economy (2012), International Critical Thought (2013, 2013, 2012), Socialist Studies / Études socialistes (2011), Capitalism Nature Socialism (2010), History of the Human Sciences (2010, 2009), Political Studies (2007, 2008) Journal of European Studies (2005), The European Legacy (2004), Culture, Theory and Critique (2004), Yeditepe’de Felsefe Istanbul (2004), Historical Materialism (2004, 2003), Political Studies (2001), Thesis Eleven (1985), Critical Sociology and New Ideas in Psychology (1986).

I co-edited and corrected the translation of L. Althusser, The Future Lasts a Long Time (London: Chatto & Windus, 1993; refused credit).

Editorial boards:

  • Editorial Board, Palgrave Communications (2013-5)
  • Editorial Board, International Critical Thought (2010- )
  • Editorial Board, Contemporary Aristotelian Studies (2010- )
  • Editorial Advisory Board, Current Research in Western Marxism book series, Renmin Publishing House, Beijing (2006- )
  • Consulting Editor, Episteme (2002- )
  • Editorial Advisory Board, SECL book series, Cambridge Scholars Press (2006-8)
  • Editorial Board, New Critical Thinking in Philosophy series, Ashgate Publishers (1999-2006)
  • Editorial Advisory Board, Cultural Logic: an electronic journal of Marxist theory and practice (http://www.brigadoon.com/~clogic; ISSN 1097-3057) (1997- )
  • Advisory Editorial Board, Historical Materialism (1997- )
  • Editorial advisory panel for R. Scruton, A Dictionary of Political Thought (London: Macmillan and Pan Books, 1st edn 1982, 2nd revised edn 1996)

Seminars

  • Marxism Reading Group, University of Kent (2017-  with Stephen Perkins)
    • Gramsci, Selections from the Prison Notebooks (2017-8)
  • Philosophy Reading Group, University of Kent (1999- )
    • Hegel, Lectures on the Philosophy of World History, Introduction (2017-8)
    • Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil (2017)
    • Kant, Metaphysics of Ethics (2017)
    • Aristotle, Ethics (2017)
    • Mark Okrent, Rational Animals (2016)
    • Terry Pinkard, Hegel’s Naturalism: Mind, Nature, and the Final Ends of Life
    • Paul Redding, Analytical Philosophy and the Return of Hegelian Thought
    • Donald Davidson, Action, Reasons and Causes
    • Susan Hurley, Animal Action in the Space of Reasons
    • Wilfrid Sellars. Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind; ‘Philosophy and the Scientific Image of Man’
    • Mark Okrent, “The biological roots of normativity” (2016)
    • Sean Sayers, Reality and Reason; “Making room for the mental” (2016)
    • Rouse, Articulating the World (2016)
    • John McDowell, Mind and World (2015)
    • Dreyfus, McDowell, Joseph Rouse, Gardner, Pippin, C Taylor et al. In J. K. Schear ed. Mind, Reason, and Being-in-the-World: The McDowell-Dreyfus Debate (2015)
    • Kant, Prolegomena to any Future Metaphysics (2015)
    • Hegel, Introduction to Lectures on the History of Philosophy (2015)
    • R G Collingwood, An Autobiography (2015)
    • John Passmore, `The Idea of a History of Philosophy’ (2015)
    • Quentin Skinner, Rorty, Alasdair MacIntyre, L Kruger et al, in Philosophy in History : Essays on the Historiography of Philosophy. Eds. Richard Rorty, J. B. Schneewind and Quentin Skinner. (2015)
  • Brandom, Articulating Reasons (2014-5)
  • Hegel, Philosophy of Mind (2014)
    • Marx and Engels, The German Ideology, Part I; Marx and Engels, Engels, letters on historical materialism. Marx, 1859 Preface, Introduction to Grundrisse, Theses on Feuerbach. L. Althusser `Contradiction and Overdetermination’. Marx `Estranged Labour’.
    • Heidegger, Being and Time, Div. I (2013)
    • Heidegger, `What is metaphysics’, “Modern Science, Metaphysics and Mathematics.” Basic Writings; E Cassirer on the history of science and knowledge (2013)
    • F.H. Bradley, B. Russell and G.E. Moore, B. Blanshard, B. Aune, William James on internal relations (2013)
    • H.H. Joachim, The Nature of Truth (2013)
    • Hegel, Encyclopaedia Logic (2012)
    • Leibniz, Monadology (2012)
    • R.G. Collingwood, Essay on Metaphysics (2012)
    • Aristotle, Metaphysics (2011-12)
    • Spinoza, Ethics (2011)
    • Hegel, Philosophy of Right (2010-11)
    • Hegel, Phenomenology of Spirit (2009-10)
    • Levinas, Totality and Infinity (2009)
    • Schiller, On the Aesthetic Education of Man (2009)
    • Wisdom, `Gods’ (2009)
    • Wittgenstein, Lectures on Aesthetics, Psychology and Religious Belief (2008)
    • Badiou, Manifesto for Philosophy (2008)
    • Derrida, Of Grammatology (2007)
    • Hegel, Aesthetics, vol. II (2006-7)
    • Benjamin, Illuminations (2006)
    • Adorno, Aesthetic Theory (2006)
    • Heidegger, `Letter on Humanism’; Schopenhauer, World as Will and Representation; Nietzsche, Birth of Tragedy; Nietzsche, Genealogy of Morality (2005)
    • Heidegger, `On the origin of the work of art’ and other essays, Basic Writings (2004)
    • Kant, Critique of Pure Reason (2003-4)
    • Kant Critique of Judgement (2002)
    • Kant, Critique of Practical Reason, (2001)
    • Hegel’s Aesthetics (2000-1)
    • Hegel Phenomenology (1999-2000)
  • Marx and Philosophy Society, Work in Progress Seminars (June 2008, February 2009, August 2009)
  • Aesthetics reading group (Nehamas), Mount Holyoke College (2007)
  • Propositional Attitudes Task Force, Smith College, Northampton MA (2007)
  • Propositional Attitudes Task Force, Smith College, Northampton MA (2004)
  • Lentils seminars, Canterbury (1999- with David McLellan)

External Examining

2004-7 External Examiner, BA in Philosophy, University of Essex
2002 External Subject Expert, Periodic Programme Review, BA in Philosophy and History of Ideas, University of Wales Cardiff
1997-2001 BA in Philosophy and History of Ideas, University of Wales Cardiff
1987-92 MA in Social and Political Thought, University of Sussex
1987-8 MA in Philosophy, University of Sussex.

External examiner for theses and dissertations at Cambridge University PhD (2015), Macquarrie University PhD (2015), Essex University PhD (2014), Arhus University (PhD 2011), Lancaster University (PhD 2007), Kings College, London (MPhil 2004, PhD 2013), Manchester University (MA 1983), Sussex University (D.Phil 1983, 1986, 1988), Essex University (PhD 1986), University of Adelaide (PhD 1990), University College London (PhD 1993, MPhil 2000), University of Wales, Cardiff (PhD 1995, 1996, 1999), Brighton University (PhD 1995), Nottingham Trent University (PhD 2000).

Membership of Outside Bodies

2018- World Association of Marxism, member of General Assembly
2018- Academic and strategic consultative committee, College of Xi Jinping Socialist Thought of New Era, Peking University
2010- Centre for Contemporary Aristotelian Studies in Ethics & Politics, London Metropolitan University, member
1994- Philosophy Summer School in China (ex Sino‑British Summer School in Philosophy), Committee of Management
1987‑94 Sino‑British Summer School in Philosophy, Committee of Management
1987‑8 Standing Conference for the Arts and Social Sciences in Universities (SCASSU), member of Steering Committee
1988-2000 Internationale Gesellschaft für dialektische Philosophie
2000- Internationale Gessellschaft Hegel-Marx für dialektische Denken
1976- Hegel Society of Great Britain
2003 Programme organiser, Hegel Society of Great Britain annual conference “Hegel and Social Theory”
2004- Marx and Philosophy Society, co-founder and organising committee
2005 Programme organiser, Marx and Philosophy Society, inaugural conference, seminar series.

Consultancy

2015- Member, Research Project on Contemporary Capitalism, Institute of Marxism, CASS, Beijing.
2015, 2016 Assessor of research funding application: Swiss National Science Foundation
2013-14 Assessor of Research Funding Application for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
2013 Assessor for Foundation for Polish Science (Alexander von Humboldt Polish Research Fellowship), declined
2012 Reviewer of research funding applications and Panel Member, Romanian National Research Council, Bucharest, September-October 2012
2012 Report on Bulletin of Hegel Society of Great Britain for Cambridge University Press
2006-11 Member, AHRC Peer Review College (subjects: Political Philosophy, History of Philosophy: Hegel, Marx, Marxism)
2006 External assessor for fellowship nomination, Academy of Social Sciences in Australia
2000 Expert referee for the Leverhulme Trust (2000).

Visiting Researchers

  • Mr Yi Jiale, School of Marxism, Peking University (2017-18) [CCCU]
  • Prof Mo Fan, School of Marxism, Yangzhou University (2017-18) [CCCU]
  • Prof Huang Qihong, Dept of Philosophy, Southwest University, Chongching (2017)
  • Prof Jiang Zhihong, Dept of Philosophy, Southwest University, Chongching (2016-17)
  • Dr Fengdan Li, School of Marxism, East China Jiaotong University, Nanchang (2015-16)
  • Dr Chen Huiping, School of Marxism, CASS, Beijing, China (2014-15)
  • Miss Qu Xuan, Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China (2014-6)
  • Dr Pan Huixiang, School of Marxism Studies, Zhejiang Gongshang University, Hangzhou, China (2013-14)
  • Mr Huang Dongbo, Department of Philosophy, Beijing University, Beijing, China (2013-14)
  • Professor Xu Changfu, Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China (2013)
  • Bao Huajie, Department of Philosophy, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan (2012)
  • Nathalia Botura de Paula Ferreira, Universidade Estadual Paulista “Júlio de Mesquita Filho”, UNESP, Brazil (2011)
  • Professor Lin Jinping, South China Normal University, Guangzhou (2010-11)
  • Ms Ju Yiya, South West University of Political Science and Law, Chongqing (2010)
  • Professor Chen Zhong, Soochow University, Suzhou (2009)
  • Professor Liu Lupeng, Shandong University, Jinan, China (2009)
  • Ms Gao Baoli, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China (2008-9)
  • Professor Johann Kim, Chonbuk National University, South Korea (2007-8)

PAPERS AND TALKS

 

  • On Karl Marx’s Two-hundredth Anniversary, School of Marxism, Peking University, Beijing (October 2018)
  • Marx’s concept of progress, Department of Philosophy, Renmin University, Beijing (October 2018)
  • On Karl Marx’s Two-hundredth Anniversary, Department of Philosophy, Beijing Normal University (October 2018)
  • On Karl Marx’s Two-hundredth Anniversary, Conference on Marx’s 200th Anniversary, Department of Philosophy, Wuhan University (October 2018)
  • Marx’s concept of progress, Department of Philosophy, Wuhan University (October 2018)
  • Marx’s concept of progress, Department of Philosophy, Fudan University, Shanghai (October 2018)
  • On Karl Marx’s Two-hundredth Anniversary, Marx-XXI International Forum, Moscow State University (May 2018)
  • Roundtable on `What is living and what is dead in Marxism’, Marx-XXI International Forum, Moscow State University (May 2018)
  • On Karl Marx’s Two-hundredth Anniversary, Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou (May 2018)
  • Interview about my life and work with Ling Feixia, Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou (May 2018)
  • On Karl Marx’s Two-hundredth Anniversary, Central Translation Bureau, Beijing (May 2018)
  • On Karl Marx’s Two-hundredth Anniversary, Second World Congress on Marxism, Peking University (May 2018)
  • Work and Human Nature in Hegel and Marx, Symposium on Work, Ethics, and Democracy, Political Theory Research Group, Queen’s University, Belfast (December 2017)
  • Luigi Galleani: `The most dangerous anarchist in America’, Historical Association, Canterbury (December 2017)
  • Marx on Justice, Legal Theory Seminar, Glasgow University (November 2017)
  • Reflections on the Centenary of the Russian Revolution, Workshop on October 1917 and After: Reflections on the Russian Revolution, Canterbury Christ Church University, Canterbury (November 2017)
  • Reflections on the Centenary of the Russian Revolution, Lentils Seminar, Canterbury (November 2017)
  • Marx and Teleology: does history have an end? China Central Translation Bureau, Beijing (October 2017)
  • Marx and Teleology: does history have an end? School of Marxism, Peking University, Beijing (October 2017)
  • Reflections on the Centenary of the Russian Revolution, School of Marxism, Peking University, Beijing (October 2017)
  • Reflections on the Centenary of the Russian Revolution, International Symposium on the History, Reality and Future of Socialism, Peking University, Beijing (October 2017)
  • Marx and Teleology: Does history have a goal? Marxism 2017, London (July 2017)
  • Luigi Galleani: `The most dangerous anarchist in America’, Rutherford College Grassroots / Former Staff Association Lecture, University of Kent (March 2017)
  • Key issues in current British politics: seminar with delegation from CASS, Business School, Westminster University London (December 2016)
  • Prospects for Marxism in the Twenty-first Century, Forum on Marxism in the Twenty-first Century, Institute of Marxist Philosophy and Chinese Modernization, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou (October 2016)
  • The concept of progress, Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou (October 2016)
  • The concept of progress, School of Marxism, Capital Normal University, Beijing (October 2016)
  • The Idea of Communism, Central Compilation and Translation Bureau, Beijing (October 2016)
  • Marx and modern China, International Symposium on China’s path towards poverty eradication and comprehensive well-off society, Peking University, Beijing (October 2016)
  • Four lectures on Marx’s Theory of History (Marx, Hegel and the philosophy of history;Marx’s materialism; The concept of progress; The idea of communism), School of Marxism, Peking University, Beijing (October 2016)
  • Why work? Marxism and Human Nature, Herne Bay Philosophy Discussion Group (July 2016)
  • Marx and Progress, Marxism 2016, London (July 2016)
  • “L’anarchico più pericoloso d’America”. Una storia di Luigi Galleani, trans. Antonio Senta, Modo Infoshop, via Mascarella 24b, Bologna (April 2016)
  • Marxism in China: a Western Perspective, Forum and Book Launch: China Insight Series, London Book Fair (April 2016)
  • Luigi Galleani, my grandfather: “The most dangerous anarchist in America”. Friends of Italian at Kent, University of Kent (January 2016)
  • The Idea of Communism, Marx Research Seminar, Lincoln University (December 2015)
  • The Concept of Alienation and the Development of Marx’s Thought, Marxism, Religion and Ideology: Themes from David McLellan, Book Launch, University of Kent (November 2015)
  • Alienation as an Economic Concept (short version), 12th Annual Historical Materialism Conference, SOAS, London (November 2015)
  • Alienation as an Economic Concept (short version), School of Marxism, Renmin University, Beijing (October 2015)
  • Alienation as an Economic Concept, School of Marxism, Peking University, Beijing (October 2015)
  • Alienation as an Economic Concept, School of Marxism, Beijing Normal University, Beijing (October 2015)
  • Alienation as a Critical Concept, Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou (October 2015)
  • Alienation as an Economic Concept (short version), International Conference on “Marx and Engels and Contemporary Socialism: the 120th Anniversary of the Death of Friedrich Engels”, Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing (October 2015)
  • Why Work? Graduate Seminar, Philosophy Department, Peking University (October 2015)
  • Alienation as a Critical Concept, 1st World Congress of Marxism, Peking University, Beijing (October 2015)
  • The Idea of Communism, Marxism Festival 2015, London (July 2015)
  • General election post-mortem, Lentils Seminar, Canterbury (May 2015)
  • Luigi Galleani, Circolo Anarchico Berneri, Bologna (with Antonio Senta, May 2015)
  • Marx as a Critic of Liberalism, Philosophy Society, Durham University (January 2015)
  • Alienation as a Historical Concept, China University of Law and Politics, Beijing (October 2014)
  • Marx as a Critic of Liberalism, Beijing Union University, Beijing (October 2014)
  • Marx as a Critic of Liberalism, Philosophy Department, Peking University, Beijing (October 2014)
  • Private Property and Communism, Central China Translation Bureau, Beijing (October 2014)
  • Marx as a Critic of Liberalism, Institute of Marxism, CASS, Beijing (October 2014)
  • Marx as a Critic of Liberalism, Institute of Philosophy, CASS, Beijing (October 2014)
  • Marx as a Critic of Liberalism, Philosophy Department, Beijing Normal University, Beijing (October 2014)
  • Marx, Hegel and History (6 lectures), Department of Philosophy, Renmin University, Beijing (October 2014)
  • History and Teleology in Marx and Hegel, Marx and Philosophy Society work in progress seminar, London (August 2014)
  • The Concept of Alienation in Marx, Marxism Festival, London (July 2014)
  • History and Teleology in Marx and Hegel, Centre for Critical Thought seminar, University of Kent (March 2014)
  • The Idea of Communism, Library Lecture, St Edmond’s School, Canterbury (January 2014)
  • Marx as a Critic of Liberalism, Philosophy Department, Dundee University (October 2013)
  • Marxism and Ethics: a debate with Paul Blackledge, Marxism Festival, London (video) (July 2013)
  • Marx as a Critic of Liberalism, Marx and Philosophy Society 10th Annual Conference, Institute of Education, London (June 2013)
  • Symposium on Paul Blackledge, Marxism and Ethics, Historical Materialism, 9th Annual Conference, SOAS, University of London (November 2012)
  • Alienation as a Critical Concept, Historical Materialism, 9th Annual Conference, SOAS, University of London (November 2012)
  • Symposium on Marx and Alienation: Reply to my critics, MANCEPT Workshops in Political Theory 2012, Manchester University (September 2012)
  • Marx and Alienation: Book Launch, University of Kent (May 2012)
  • Marx’s concept of alienation in the light of Hegel’s philosophy, Historical Materialism Annual Conference, York University, Toronto (May 2012)
  • Response to papers: Symposium on Marxism and the Doctrine of Internal Relations, York University, Toronto (May 2012)
  • Marxism and the Doctrine of Internal Relations, Symposium on Marxism and the Doctrine of Internal Relations, York University, Toronto (May 2012)
  • Ethics as Immanent Critique in Marx, Philosophy Work in Progress Seminar, University of Kent (March 2012)
  • Marx and Alienation, Marx and Philosophy Society book seminar, London (February 2012)
  • Marx and Ethics, Social and Political Thought seminar series, University of Sussex (February 2012)
  • Marx and Alienation, Political and Social Thought Beacon Lecture, University of Kent, Canterbury (January 2012)
  • Marx’s Concept of Communism, Department of Philosophy, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Wuhan (October 2011)
  • Marx and Ethics, Department of Philosophy, Zhongnan University of Economics and Law, Wuhan (October 2011)
  • Marx’s Concept of Communism, Roundtable on Communism, University of Kent (May 2011)
  • Community and the Cash Nexus, AHRC Workshop on Freedom and Community in Hegel and Marx, Sussex University (April 2011)
  • Community and the Cash Nexus, Left Forum, Pace University, New York (March 2011)
  • Marx’s Idea of Communism, Social and Political Thought seminar, University of Kent (November 2010)
  • Marx’s Idea of Communism, Philosophy Seminar, Middlesex University (November 2010)
  • Private Property and Communism, Work in Progress Seminar, Marx and Philosophy Society, London (September 2010)
  • MacIntyre, Modernity and the REF, Philosophy of Education Research Seminar, Institute of Education, University of London (June 2010)
  • Luigi Galleani: “the most dangerous anarchist in America”, Vermont Historical Society Annual Lecture, Barre VT (April 2010)
  • Marxism and the Crisis of Capitalism, Stoa Philosophy Club, Faversham (April 2010)
  • Why Work? Marx and Human Nature, Annual Marx Memorial Lecture, Marx Memorial Library, London (March 2010)
  • Marxism and the Crisis of Capitalism, Political Theory Society, Nottingham Trent University (February 2010)
  • The Division of Labour and its Overcoming, Research Seminar, Philosophy Department, University of Kent (February 2010)
  • The Division of Labour and its Overcoming, Work in Progress Seminar, Marx and Philosophy Society, London (August 2009)
  • Marxism and the Crisis of Capitalism, SECL Research Seminar, University of Kent (May 2009)
  • Marxism and Aesthetics: William Morris, Philosophy Society, University of Kent (March 2009)
  • Marxism and the Crisis of Capitalism, Socialist Student Society, University of Kent (February 2009)
  • Marxism and Aesthetics, SECL Postgraduate Lecture Series, University of Kent (February 2009)
  • Marxism and the Crisis of Capitalism, Lentils Seminar, Canterbury (January 2009)
  • Marxism and the Crisis of Capitalism, International Conference on `The Critique of Capitalism in the Era of Globalization’, Department of Philosophy, Soochow University, Suzhou (January 2009) keynote speaker
  • Why Work? Marxism and Human Nature, Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou (January 2009)
  • Marxism and the Crisis of Capitalism, Department of Philosophy, South China Normal University, Guangzhou (January 2009)
  • Marxism and the Crisis of Capitalism, Historical Materialism Annual Conference, SOAS, London (November 2008)
  • Alienation as a Critical Concept, Manchester Workshops in Political Theory, Manchester Metropolitan University (September 2008)
  • Alienation as a Critical Concept, Work in Progress Seminar, Marx and Philosophy Society, London (August 2008)
  • Division of Labour and its Overcoming, Central Compilation and Translation Bureau, Beijing (May 2008)
  • Division of Labour and its Overcoming, Institute of Marxism, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing (May 2008)
  • Marx’s Concept of Alienation in the 1844 Manuscripts, Conference on Western Marxism and Contemporary China, Department of Philosophy, Fudan University, Shanghai (May 2008)
  • The Division of Labour and its Overcoming, Distinguished Visiting Lecture, School of Political Science and Public Management, SW University, Chongqing (May 2008)
  • Marx’s Concept of Alienation in the 1844 Manuscripts, Department of Governance and International Relations, London Metropolitan University (April 2008)
  • MacIntyre and Modernity, Centre for Reasoning Research Seminar, University of Kent (March 2008)
  • Marx’s Critique of Capitalism, Research Seminar, Law Department, Birkbeck College, London University (March 2008)
  • Is Marx Still Relevant in the Twenty-first Century? Socialist Students Society, Canterbury (February 2008)
  • Is Marx Still Relevant in the Twenty-first Century? Lentils Seminar, Canterbury (February 2008)
  • The Fall of Man? Hegel on Man’s Relation to Nature, Forum for European Philosophy, Institut Français, London (January 2008)
  • Ethics and the Modern World: A Critique of Alasdair MacIntyre, Philosophy Department, Mount Holyoke College (October 2007)
  • Marx’s Critique of Capitalism, Marxist Theory Colloquium, NYU, New York (September 2007)
  • Marxism And Morality, International Conference on `Philosophy: its basic theory and contemporary problems’, Center for Fundamentals of Philosophy, Jilin University, Changchun, July 2007 (keynote speaker)
  • Marxism And Morality, Institute of Marxism, CASS, Beijing, July 2007
  • Marxism And Morality, Institute of Philosophy, CASS, Beijing, July 2007
  • Marxism And Morality, Central Compilation and Translation Bureau, Beijing, July 2007
  • MacIntyre and Modernity, `Alasdair MacIntyre’s Revolutionary Aristotelianism’ Conference, London Metropolitan University, July 2007 (keynote speaker)
  • Labour in Post-industrial Society, Historical Materialism Annual Conference, London, December 2006
  • Recent Developments in Marxist Philosophy, Centre for Contemporary Marxism Abroad, School of Philosophy, Fudan University, Shanghai, November 2006
  • Labour in Modern Industrial Society, `Studies of Modern Capitalism’ International Conference, Center for Studies of Marxist Social Theory, Nanjing University, Changshu, November 2006
  • Religion and Politics in the Modern World, Political Science Faculty, Southwest University of Political Science and Law, Chongqing, September 2006
  • Recent Developments in Marxist Philosophy, Political Science Faculty, Southwest University of Political Science and Law, Chongqing, September 2006
  • Religion and Politics in the Modern World, Philosophy Department, Jiaotong University, Beijing, September 2006
  • Recent Developments in Marxist Philosophy, Institute of Marxism, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, September 2006
  • Religion and Politics in the Modern World, Australian Society for Continental Philosophy Conference 2006, Deakin University, Geelong, July 2006
  • Religion and Politics in the Modern World (Keynote address), Symposium on Marxist Philosophy: Chinese and Western Perspectives, Flinders University, Adelaide, July 2006
  • The Concept of Labour: Marx and his Critics, Philosophy Work in Progress Seminar, University of Kent, January 2006
  • Marx’s Concept of Labour, Historical Materialism Annual Conference, London, November 2005
  • Marx’s Concept of Labour, Philosophy Department, Bogazici University, Istanbul, July 2005
  • Individual and Society in Marx and Hegel, Hegel-Marx Seminar, LSE, London, June 2005
  • Marx’s Concept of Labour, Marx and Philosophy Society Seminar, LSE, London, May 2005
  • Individual and Society in Marx and Hegel, Philosophy Society, University of Wales, Lampeter, March 2005
  • Why Work? Marxism and Human Nature, `Work and Idleness’, Conference of Forum for European Philosophy, LSE, London, March 2005
  • Why Work? Marxism and Human Nature, Critical Social Theory Colloquium, Mount Holyoke College, S Hadley MA, November 2004
  • Ideology and the Role of Religion in the Modern World, Political Science Department Seminar Series, University of Toronto, November 2004
  • Individual and Society in Marx and Hegel, Philosophy Department Seminar, University of Toronto, November 2004
  • Ideology and the Role of Religion in the Modern World, Radical Philosophy Association National Conference, Howard University, Washington DC, November 2004
  • Individual and Society in Marx and Hegel, Political Theory Seminar Series, Political Science Department, NYU, New York, October 2004
  • Ideology and the Role of Religion in the Modern World, Philosophy Department Colloquium, Mount Holyoke College, S Hadley MA, October 2004
  • Humanities and the Function of the University, Literature and Humanities Colloquium, School of English, University of Kent, June 2004
  • Why Work? Marxism and Human Nature, Research Seminar, Working Lives Research Institute, London Metropolitan University, May 2004
  • Individual and Society in Marx and Hegel, Philosophy Work in Progress Seminar, University of Kent, May 2004
  • Individual and Society in Marx and Hegel, Philosophy Research Seminar Series, Lancaster University, April 2004
  • Marxism and Religious Fundamentalism, `Lentils’ Seminar, Canterbury, January 2004
  • Why Work? Marx and Human Nature, Professorial Inaugural Lecture, University of Kent, January 2004
  • Why Work? BBC Radio Kent Interview, January 2004
  • The Concept of Alienation: Hegelian Themes in Modern Social Thought, Philosophy Work in Progress Seminar, University of Kent, November 2003
  • The Concept of Alienation: Hegelian Themes in Modern Social Thought, Hegel Society of Great Britain annual conference, St Edmund Hall, Oxford, September 2003
  • Ideology and the Role of Intellectual Criticism (keynote address), conference on `Marxism, Intellectuals and Politics’, Canterbury Christchurch University College, April 2003
  • Marxism and Religion, Cambridge University Humanist Association, Queen’s College, Cambridge, November 2002
  • Freedom and the `Realm of Necessity’, `European Culture in a Changing World’, ISSEI VIII International Conference, Aberystwyth, July 2002
  • Hegel and Marx on Creative Activity and Alienation, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, February 2002
  • Hegel and Marx on Work and Alienation, Social and Political Thought Seminar, University of Sussex, January, 2002
  • Hegel and Marx on Work and Alienation, Philosophy Society, Brighton University, May 2001
  • Author meets critics (re Marxism and Human Nature), Annual Conference, American Sociological Association, Washington DC, August 2000
  • The Concept of Authenticity, V.J. Magill Memorial Lecture, Department of Philosophy, San Francisco State University, USA, April 2000
  • Marxism and Human Nature, Philosophy Department Seminar, San Francisco State University, USA, April 2000
  • The Concept of Authenticity, Philosophy Society, University of Reading, November 1999
  • The Prospects for Socialism in the Twenty-first Century, Lentils Seminar, Canterbury, October 1999
  • The Concept of Authenticity, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, March 1999
  • Plato on the Quarrel between Philosophy and Poetry, Philosophy Research Seminar, University of Kent, December 1998
  • The Concept of Authenticity, Philosophy Society, Brighton University, November 1998
  • The Need to Work, Philosophy Society Symposium, University of Kent, March 1998
  • Is there a Fallacy in Plato’s Republic?, Philosophy Research Seminar, University of Kent, February 1998
  • Identity and Community, Royal Institute of Philosophy, Cardiff Branch, February 1997
  • Emergent Materialism, Philosophy Research Seminar, University of Kent, December 1996
  • Making Room for the Mental, University of Wales Staff-student Colloquium, Gregynog, November 1996
  • Making Room for the Mental, Philosophy Staff-Graduate Seminar, Keele University, January 1996
  • Identity and Community, Human Sciences Seminar, Manchester Metropolitan University, November 1995
  • The Concept of Community, Conference on The Future of Socialism, Department of Politics, Sheffield University, September 1995
  • Identity and Community, University Seminar in the Human Sciences, George Washington University, Washington DC, September 1995
  • Materialism, Philosophy Research Seminar, University of Kent, June 1995
  • Identity and Community, Social and Political Thought Seminar, University of Sussex, March 1995
  • Identity and Community, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, February 1995
  • Identity and Community, Philosophy Society, Wolverhampton University, February 1995
  • Communitarianism and Moral Realism, International Seminar on The Problematic Reality of Values, Utrecht University, December 1994
  • Progress and Social Criticism, Fourth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas (ISSEI), Karl-Franzens-Universität, Graz, Austria, August 1994
  • The Self and Community, Philosophy Society, University of Leeds, May 1994
  • The Value of Community, Philosophy Society, University of Warwick, May 1994
  • What is True and What is False in Communitarianism, Philosophy-Politics Graduate Seminar, University of Kent, April 1994
  • What is True and What is False in Communitarianism, Philosophy Research Seminar, University of Kent, March 1994
  • Moral Values and Progress, Philosophy Society, University of Southampton, February 1994
  • Moral Values and Progress, Philosophy-Politics Graduate Seminar, University of Kent, April 1993
  • Moral Values and Progress, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, February 1993
  • Psychoanalysis and Human Rationality, Social and Political Thought Seminar, University of Sussex, May 1992
  • Dialectic and Social Criticism, Internationale Gesellschaft für dialektische Philosophie – Societas Hegeliana, Conference, Ischia, May 1992
  • The Future of Marxism, Political Studies Association Conference, Manchester University, September 1991

 

  • The Current Situation in China, Soviet and Eastern European Studies Seminar, University of Kent, June 1991
  • The Rethinking of Marxism After 1989, Society for the Study of the Dialectics of Nature, Beijing, May 1991

 

  • The Rethinking of Marxism After 1989, Institute of Philosophy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, May 1991
  • The Rethinking of Marxism After 1989, Department of Philosophy, Beijing University, Beijing, May 1991
  • Knowledge as a Social Phenomenon, Institute of Philosophy, Sichuan Academy of Social Sciences, Chengdu, May 1991
  • Recent Debates in Western Marxism, Department of Philosophy, Sichuan University, Chengdu, May 1991
  • Recent Debates in Western Marxism, Department of Philosophy, People’s University of China, Beijing, May 1991
  • Recent Debates in Western Marxism, Institute of Philosophy, Shaanxi Academy of Social Sciences, Xi’an, April 1991
  • The Development of Radical Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, April 1991
  • Psychoanalysis and Human Rationality, Department of Comparative Literary Studies, Hong Kong University, April 1991
  • The Human Impact of the Market, Department of Philosophy, School of Economics, Prague, March 1991
  • The Human Impact of the Market, Philosophy Faculty, Charles University, Prague, March 1991
  • Bradley and the Concept of Relative Truth, Philosophy Department, Fr. Schiller University, Jena, March 1991
  • Bradley and the Concept of Relative Truth, Alexander Society, Manchester University, March 1991
  • Bradley and the Concept of Relative Truth, Philosophy Society, Southampton University, January 1991
  • Marxism and the Future of Socialism, Hegel Study Group, London, April 1990
  • The Human Impact of the Market, Philosophy Society, Anglia Higher Education College, March 1990
  • Marxism and Method, Critical Legal Studies-Haldane Society Joint Conference, University of Kent, September 1989
  • The Human Impact of the Market, Conference on The Values of the Enterprise Culture, Lancaster University, September 1989
  • Alienation and Economic Development, South Place Ethical Society, London, March 1989
  • Bradley and the Concept of Relative Truth, Oxford University, February 1989
  • On the Centenary of Engels’ Ludwig Feuerbach, Marxist Philosophy Group, London, December 1988
  • Alienation and Progress in the Thought of Marx, Sociology Staff-Graduate Seminar, University of Kent, November 1988
  • Marxism and Morality, Marx Discussion Group, University of Kent, November 1988
  • Epistemology and Relativism, Internationale Gesellschaft für dialektische Philosophie – Societas Hegeliana, Conference, Paris, May 1988
  • Attitudes to Work, Darwin Seminar, University of Kent, March 1988
  • Marxism and Actually Existing Socialism, Social and Political Thought Seminar, University of Sussex, March 1988
  • Marxism and Actually Existing Socialism,Philosophy Graduate Seminar, University of Kent, February 1988

 

  • Attitudes to Work, Marx Discussion Group, University of Kent, November 1987
  • Work and Human Nature, Symposium on Work, Sociology Staff-Graduate Seminar, University of Kent, February 1987
  • The Need to Work, Philosophy Society, Cambridge College of Art and Technology, January 1987
  • Work, Leisure and Human Needs, “Philosophies of Leisure” Conference, Warwick University, December 1986
  • Work and Human Nature, Radical Philosopher Conference, London, November 1986
  • The Need to Work, Department of Anthropology Seminar, SOAS, University of London, November 1986

 

  • Work and Human Nature, “Ethics and Employment” Colloquium, Leeds, November 1986
  • Work, Leisure and Human Needs, Philosophy Department, University of Western Australia, Perth, November 1985
  • Truth and Progress, Philosophy Department, University of Western Australia, Perth, November 1985
  • Theory and Practice in Epistemology, History and Philosophy of Science Seminar, University of Western Australia, Perth, November 1985
  • The Need to Work, School of Industrial Administration, Griffiths University, Brisbane, November 1985
  • The Need to Work, Philosophy Department, University of Western Australia, Perth, November 1985
  • The Need to Work, Political thought seminar, NSW Institute of Technology, Sydney, October 1985
  • The Need to Work, Philosophy Department, Flinders University, Adelaide, October 1985
  • Truth and Progress, Philosophy Department, Flinders University, Adelaide, October 1985
  • Truth and Progress, Philosophy Department, Australian National University, Canberra, September 1985
  • Theory and Practice in Epistemology, Department of Traditional and Modern Philosophy, Sydney University, September 1985
  • The Need to Work, Department of General Philosophy, Sydney University, July 1985
  • The Need to Work, Philosophy Society, Southampton University, March 1985
  • The Need to Work, Graduate Seminar, University of Kent, February 1985
  • Freud and the Theory of Knowledge, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, October 1984
  • The Actual and the Rational, Political Studies Association, Annual Conference, Southampton, April 1984
  • The Actual and the Rational, Philosophy Weekend school, London, April 1984
  • Being, Nothing and Becoming, Hegel Seminar, University of Kent, January 1984
  • Marxism and Human Nature, Socialist Society Lecture Series, London, December 1983
  • Higher and Lower Pleasures, Alexander Society, Manchester University, November 1983
  • Relativism, Progress and Truth, Symposium, London, July 1983
  • The Revival of Hegel and Marx, Day School, University of Kent, November 1982
  • Marxism and Linguistic Philosophy, Hegel Seminar, London, November 1982
  • Higher and Lower Pleasures, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, October 1982
  • Materialism, Realism and the Reflection Theory, Radical Philosophy Day School, London, June 1982
  • Psychiatry and Society, Day Conference, ICA, London, July 1981
  • Contradiction and Dialectic in the Development of Science, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, October 1980
  • Contradiction and Dialectic in the Development of Science, “Dialectics and Nature” seminar, New York, August 1980
  • Contradiction and Dialectic in the Development of Science, History and Philosophy of Science Seminar Series, University of Colorado, March 1980
  • On the Materialist Dialectic, Philosophy Colloquium, University of Colorado, March 1980
  • Forces of Production and Relations of Production, Radical Philosophy Group, North London Polytechnic, March 1979
  • The Cultural Revolution: Towards a Re‑assessment, China Workshop, Sheffield University, March 1979

 

  • Forces of Production and Relations of Production, Humanities Faculty Lecture, Thames Polytechnic, February 1979
  • Dialectic and the Unity of Opposites, Radical Philosophy Conference, London, February 1979
  • Can there be Contradictions in Things?, Philosophy Society, Nottingham University, November 1978
  • Forces of Production and Relations of Production, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, November 1977
  • Dialectic and the Law of Contradiction, Communist University of London, July 1977
  • On the Materialist Dialectic, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, March 1976
  • On the Materialist Dialectic, Radical Philosophy Conference, Oxford, January 1976
  • Szasz on Mental Illness, Radical Philosophy Conference, Oxford, January 1976
  • China Today, Overseas Students Association, University of Kent, November 1975
  • Philosophy in Modern China, Philosophy Society, Kings College, London, March 1975
  • Philosophy in Modern China, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, January 1975
  • China Today, Sociology Society, University of Kent, November 1974
  • Radical Philosophy (broadcast discussion), Nightline, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, October 1974
  • Radical Philosophy in the United States and in Britain, Philosophy Colloquium, University of Colorado, November 1973
  • Mental Illness as a Moral Concept, Philosophy Colloquium, University of Colorado, Boulder, November 1973
  • Towards a Radical Philosophy, Alexander Society, Manchester University, May 1973
  • Towards a Radical Philosophy, Radical Philosophy Group, University of Kent, October 1972
  • Mental Illness as a Moral Concept, Radical Philosophy Group, Oxford University, May 1972
  • Mental Illness as a Moral Concept, Radical Philosophy Group, London, May 1972
  • Mental Illness as a Moral Concept, Philosophy Society, Leeds University, April 1972
  • Mental Illness as a Moral Concept, Philosophy Society, University of East Anglia, March 1972
  • Mental Illness as a Moral Concept, Radical Philosophy Conference, Cambridge University, March 1972
  • Mundle’s critique of linguistic philosophy, Philosophy Society, University College, London, January 1972
  • Mundle’s critique of linguistic philosophy, Philosophy Society, University of Kent, November 1971
  • Lukács on Art and Objective Truth, Aesthetics Seminar, University of Kent, April 1971
  • Is Psychology Relevant to Philosophy?, Staff‑Graduate Seminar, University of Kent, June 1970

 

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