Blog Posts - Aesthetics Course



The Free Will Defence to the Problem of Evil - an animation by Cognitive

This animation was made by Cognitive from a script by Nigel Warburton. More on the Problem of Evil here: Listen to a Philosophy Bites interview with Stephen Law on Evil...
by Virtual Philosopher on Nov 11, 2014

An Introduction to the Philosophy of Art: evening course, Central London

An Introduction to the Philosophy of Art A 5-session introductory course led by Nigel Warburton Venue: Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL (a short walk from Holborn tube station) Maximum class size 35 Teaching style: a mixture...
by Virtual Philosopher on Nov 11, 2014

Playing With Meaning - A Tate Modern Course - Oct - Nov. 2013

Playing with Meaning Tate Modern, East Room Mondays 21 October – 25 November 2013, 18.45–20.15 £140, concessions available Book now Led by Nigel Warburton author of The Art Question and A Little History of Philosophy. Works of art have meanings,...
by Virtual Philosopher on Jul 20, 2013

Aesthetics Courses at Tate Modern 2010 - Booking Open

Details of the 3 Aesthetics courses I'm teaching at Tate Modern are available here. Booking is open. Tickets usually go very quickly.
by Virtual Philosopher on Dec 16, 2009

Aesthetics at Tate Modern - booking open

You can now book by telephone on 0207 887 8888 for my 7 Ways of Thinking About Art course on Monday evenings at Tate Modern 19th October to 30th November 2009 (7 sessions). If you need information about the sorts...
by Virtual Philosopher on Aug 27, 2009


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