Event – Philosophy and the Environment program – commences 29 April
The Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy (MSCP) is pleased to announce its first Evening School programme, centring on the topic of philosophy and the environment. The programme will look at climate change from four points of view – historical/ethical, scientific, economic and political – with each seminar series focusing on one of the four perspectives.
Each series will run for 12 consecutive weeks. “Images of Nature: An Introduction to an Environmental Ethics”, to be presented by Cameron Shingleton (MSCP) and “Global Warming: The Science and Its Implications”, to be presented by Philip Sutton (Greenleap Strategic Institute) using Climate ‘Code Red’ as the core text, will begin on 29 and 30 April.
Full details including enrolment forms and course outlines are available via the MSCP website or the following link: http://www.mscp.org.au/es08.html