Posthumanist Conversations with Johannes Klabbers
How can theory inform our being-in-the-world, and our everyday lives and work? Let’s talk about it.
Posthumanist Conversations is a series of ten group meetings for those interested in how a posthumanist praxis might evolve in everyday life (with the possibility of follow up one-to-one conversations for interested participants). Klabbers explains: “The conversation is open and accessible to the widest possible range of people, including those who know nothing about philosophy or critical theory, let alone posthumanism. It is not intended to be an extension of academic study of these theories, but will focus on how these theories might be applied in daily life.”
Posthumanist Conversations will take place on the last Sunday of the month, dovetailing with the Terra Critica ReadingRoom gatherings, which are also co-hosted by Casco and will recommence in 2018. “Like ReadingRoom, we will practice forms of conversation, collective thinking and engagement in an affirmative manner and environment. Our conversations will focus on praxis, giving form to theory in daily life, and considering whether and how theory is useful/helpful in everyday life. What can it do? How can it make a difference?”
Read more about the gatherings and how to register here.