Symposium: Evil in Philosophy, Film and Novel
The Center for Art Studies is organizing a symposium titled “Evil in Philosophy, Film and Novel” on January 24th, 2015. The symposium is the result of the work done by the Philosophy of Evil workshop that took place between march 2012 and February 2014 at the Center for Art Studies.
The symposium will be held under the moderation of Dr. Yaylagul Ceran Karataş and Celil Civan, and Mukadder Gezen, İsmail Kılıçaslan, Betül Tansel, Zeynep Gökgöz and Tuba Deniz will be respective speakers.
The symposium will be held in Zeyrek Hall in BSV at 15.00. The language of the symposium is Turkish and it's free to public.
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