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Universality and its Glitches Lecture Series Talk - Mladen Dolar "On: Ontology and its Glitches”

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The Categories and Sources of Foundational Concepts

The Charles E. Test, M.D. '37 Lectures featuring Professor James W. Ceaser. James W. Ceaser is the Harry F. Byrd Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, where he has taught since…

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Translating Sanskrit Buddhist Philosophy for the Curriculum- Panel 4

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Translating Sanskrit Buddhist Philosophy for the Curriculum- Panel 3

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Translating Sanskrit Buddhist Philosophy for the Current Philosophy Curriculum

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Foundational Political Concepts in American History/ Charles E. Test, M.D. '37 Distinguished Lectures Series: "Do We Still Have a Foundational Concept? Do We Need One?"

James W. Ceaser is the Harry F. Byrd Professor of Politics at the University of Virginia, where he has taught since 1976. He has written several books on American politics and political thought,…

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Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: A Discussion of the Princeton Class of 2025 Pre-Read

Join us for a discussion of the Princeton Pre-read selection for the Class of 2025, Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: The Ethical Costs of Upward Mobility by philosopher and Princeton Class of 2002…

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2021 President's Pre-Read Assembly

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2021 Undergraduate Alumni Lecture

2021 Undergraduate Alumni Lecture

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Chris van den Berg Lecture - Forecast Eyes: Rhythm, Vision, and Philosophy in Cicero's Orator

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Little Books and Big Ideas in the 17th Century (Princeton Bibliophiles & Collectors)

Jennifer Larson, professor of classics at Kent State University, will discuss the types of books 17th-century printers considered suitable for miniature and small formats and their relationship to…

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Near Eastern Studies Seminar #9

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Tabitha Tuckett Interview

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James Wiley Interview

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Kwame Anthony Appiah and The Lies That Bind

Kwame Anthony Appiah, philosopher, cultural theorist, and novelist, will discuss his recent book, "The Lies That Bind: Rethinking Identity," a Washington Post Notable Book of the Year, and…

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The Enduring Relevance of Humanities Education, Alumni-Faculty Forum, Reunions 2020

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