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Philosopher Alexander Sekatsky will talk about the metaphysics of the door and the problem of the subject

Philosopher Alexander Sekatsky will talk about the metaphysics of the door and the problem of the subject

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On Wednesday, June 14, the philosopher Alexander Sekatsky will hold a meeting “Metaphysics of the door and the problem of the subject” in the St. Petersburg art space mArs (Polye de Mars, 3). The event will be held as part of the project “Kvartirnik”. The start is at 19:00.

Topics that Alexander Sekatsky will discuss with the guests of Kvartirnik:

  • Characters in the human world: subjects, agents, actors, actants. What is AST (Actor Network Theory)?
  • New approaches to the resistance of things: what does “the total strength of the world” mean? Design as a form of power over the environment.
  • The peculiarity of the modern assembly of the subject against the background of the suppleness of things and the crisis of contact living.

Alexander Sekatsky is a publicist, writer, TV presenter, Candidate of Philosophical Sciences (dissertation “Ontology of Lies”), Associate Professor of the Department of Social Philosophy and Philosophy of History, St. Petersburg State University. He is a member of the Union of Journalists and the Union of Writers of Russia, host of the program Night on the Fifth.

The area of ​​scientific interests of Alexander Sekatsky is the metaphysics of lies, the problem of historical time, philosophical espionage, the philosophy of seduction, the history of sensibility. He is the author of more than 500 publications, was awarded the Second Navigation Prize of the St. Petersburg Philosophical Society in the nomination “For Philosophical Investment in the Cultural Life of St. Petersburg”, which implies an active presence in the media: political articles, interviews, reviews, critical texts about works of fine art ( 2002).

Alexander Sekatsky was also awarded the St. Petersburg State University Prize for Teaching Excellence (2008), the Andrei Bely Prize (2008) and Nikolai Gogol Prize (2009). In 2012, he received an award from the Novy Mir magazine for the article Israeli Notes. Nominated for “National Bestseller” for the book “Two Caskets: Turquoise and Jade” (2008).

You can buy tickets for the event on TimePad or at the box office before the start of the “Kvartirnik”.

    Source: Rosbalt

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