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Social Screenings: Chomsky–Foucault Debate on Human Nature (1971)

Datum: 
Tuesday, 12 January, 2021 - 19:00 to Wednesday, 13 January, 2021 - 20:45

Film screening and discussion. The event is in English.

A debate between Noam Chomsky and Michel Foucault about the human nature happened in
1971 at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands.

As references to the human nature are frequently used by both defenders and opponents of
various political and economic systems, the question of human nature is still very relevant.
But is there even such thing as an innate human nature, free of external influences?

3rd Toxic Masculinity Group meeting

Datum: 
Friday, 18 December, 2020 - 19:00 to Saturday, 19 December, 2020 - 20:45

This group's aim is to set up a safe space for the (self-)reflexion of masculinity in our society and the consequences in the oppression of woman, man themselves, or anyone. This exercise seeks to highlight toxic behaviour of men, which has been idolized by our patriarchal society through history.

Social Screenings: Ways of Seeing (part 3 & 4) (1972)

Datum: 
Tuesday, 24 November, 2020 - 19:00 to Wednesday, 25 November, 2020 - 21:45

Berger offers a master-class in how to interpret images through a historical materialist lens. Famously, he did so in an extremely accessible, enjoyable way; for Berger, being able to expose the ideologies and the history of class struggles which shape ideology was a practical tool, and one that had to be available to the masses if it is to serve them.

We will watch episodes 1 & 2 which are each 30 minutes long.

Social Screenings: Ways of Seeing (part 1 & 2) (1972)

Datum: 
Tuesday, 17 November, 2020 - 19:00 to Wednesday, 18 November, 2020 - 21:45

Berger offers a master-class in how to interpret images through a historical materialist lens. Famously, he did so in an extremely accessible, enjoyable way; for Berger, being able to expose the ideologies and the history of class struggles which shape ideology was a practical tool, and one that had to be available to the masses if it is to serve them.

We will watch episodes 1 & 2 which are each 30 minutes long.