Events around Erasmus Paviljoen

EFR study trip - Malaysia

EFR study trip - Malaysia

Saturday 12:00 (28 April)
EFR study association Erasmus School of Economics, Rotterdam

Rottebokaalfeest: binnenkant paal met de Rottebokaal

Rottebokaalfeest: binnenkant paal met de Rottebokaal

Saturday 22:30 (12 May)
Excelsior R. - Sportpark Woudestein, Rotterdam

Kizomba Lounge Hemelvaart Editie!

Kizomba Lounge Hemelvaart Editie!

Wednesday 22:00 (09 May)
Excelsior Rotterdam, Rotterdam

Zondagwandeling 29 april: Japanse esdoorns

Zondagwandeling 29 april: Japanse esdoorns

Sunday 14:00 (29 April)
Trompenburg Tuinen & Arboretum, Rotterdam

Hollywood PubQuiz

Hollywood PubQuiz

Thursday 19:30 (17 May)
Hollywood Café, Rotterdam De Kuip, Rotterdam

Voorlichtingsbijeenkomst voor naasten

Voorlichtingsbijeenkomst voor naasten

Tuesday 19:30 (11 September)
Stichting JIJ, Rotterdam

Voorlichtingsbijeenkomst voor naasten

Voorlichtingsbijeenkomst voor naasten

Tuesday 19:30 (20 November)
Stichting JIJ, Rotterdam

Feyenoord Foundation FunRun 2018

Feyenoord Foundation FunRun 2018

Wednesday 14:00 (23 May)
Feyenoord Rotterdam, Rotterdam


Love according to Plato | Lecture

Love according to Plato | Lecture


When?

Start time: Tuesday 16:00 (17 April)
End time: Tuesday 17:30 (17 April)

Where?

Erasmus Paviljoen
Burgemeester Oudlaan 350, Rotterdam

About

Steamy passion, everlasting friendship or deep solidarity: although love is universal, we all experience and think of it differently. Not to mention the complexity to come closer to what we ‘want’. What can philosophy teach us about the desirable idea called love?

Swiping left or right, unfriending on Facebook or feeling an almost religious compassion for the victims of the terror in Syria; in our times the concept of love seems more complicated and complex than ever. What does love mean in modern life? How can great thinkers, like Plato or Nietzsche, help us improve our love lives in the various ways it is expressed? And is love something we should strive for, or is it a play of nature?

From Eros to the metaphysics of love and from Amor Fati to compassion; also in philosophy love has known many forms. The different ways philosophers have written about love throughout history, can help us understand our diverse current approaches. Heleen Pott will guide us through the philosophy of love.

Professor Heleen Pott is Socrates Professor of Arts & Culture at the department of Arts and Culture Studies and the department of Philosophy at the Erasmus University. Her research mainly focuses on the philosophy of emotions, and how emotions relate to cognition and embodiment.

This lecture is given in English. Entrance is free, registration is recommended.

Date: Tuesday 17 April 2018
Time: 16.00 - 17.30 hours
Location: Erasmus Paviljoen
Entrance: Free

Organized by Studium Generale

http://bit.ly/LovePlato