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NEXT EVENT: Monday May 24 2021
12:30 p.m.-3 p.m.

The School of Materialist Research (SMR) is an informal graduate and post-doc level program that offers seminars and workshops that address the materialisms running through contemporary science, philosophy, art, mathematics, design, architecture and politics. SMR is an international platform, founded by the Center for Philosophical Technologies at Arizona State University and the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities, Skopje that functions as a global online school combining education, research and mentorship to advance academic study at the intersection the Social Sciences and Humanities and the STEM sciences. Two more institutions from Europe are expected to join the platform in the upcoming months. The Spring and Summer Sessions are offered for free and open to the public serving as promotional events that illustrate the programmatic commitment and style of work offered by the School for Materialist Research.

Instructors Include: Paul Cockshott, Greg Michaelson, Ray Brassier, Anne-Françoise Schmid, John Ó Maoilearca, Guiseppe Longo, Agon Hamza, Adam Nocek, Katerina Kolozova, Vera Bühlmann, Iris van der Tuin, Laura Cull and others…

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First three clusters of seminars

Cluster 1 May 21-22, 2021: 
Computing, Mathematics and 
Capital
18:30 CET/12:30 EST

Paul Cockshott, “Materialism, Turing and Math”  
Greg Michaelson, “Mesolithic Capitalism: Language Games, Meaning and State Machines​”  
RSVP at: May 18, 2021

Cluster 2 May 24-27, 2021: Materialism in Philosophy and Non-philosophy: Marxian, Scientific and Artistic Perspectives
18:30 CET/12:30 EST  

John Ó Maoilearca: “Matter, the Meta-spiritual, and the Forgotten Bergson” (24th)
Anne-Françoise Schmid  "Is there a field for philosophy?" (26th)
Ray Brassier, “The Antinomies of Progress: Adorno and Marcuse” (27th)  
RSVP at: May 20, 2021  

Cluster 3 May 28-29, 2021: Hegel and Materialism 
18:30 CET/12:30 EST    

Agon Hamza "Reading Hegel" (28th)
Katerina Kolozova "Marx vs. Hegel" (29th)
RSVP at: May 25, 2021    

For more information please contact:
Adam Nocek
School of Arts, Media and Engineering
cpt.asu@gmail.com
+1 206-434-7637
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