The Non-Utilitarian Foundations of General Social Theory – International Symposium of Cerisy, May 2015
Frederic Vandenberghe, visiting researcher at CSH, together with Alain Caillé, Philippe Chanial and Stéphane Dufoix is organising a prestigious international symposium on the non-utilitarian foundations of general social theory. The symposium will take place from the 16th to the 23rd of May 2015 at the Centre Culturel international de Cérisy-la-Salle, in Normandy, France.
The venue of the event’s reputation – the castle of Cérisy-la-Salle- is well-known for the epochal debates it has historically hosted around the work of Heidegger, Barthes, Habermas, Derrida among others (see http://www.ccic-cerisy.asso.fr.) We are confident that this event will be exciting, significant, and pleasurable.
We recommend all the participants to stay at Cérisy for the whole week. This will enhance the quality of the debate and the conviviality among the participants.
The flyer can be downloaded from the following address:
The full programme with abstracts can be found here:
The working languages of the conferences are French and English. People who would like to attend the conference will find the necessary information on the flyer. Please circulate this announcement to your lists.