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Why the World does not Exist - Lecture flyer
Why the World does not Exist - Lecture

Tuesday 28 October, 20h00 • Aula, Minderbroedersberg 4-6 • Prof. Markus Gabriel, Professor in Epistemology, Modern, and Contemporary Philosophy, University of Bonn

Hardly any assumption looks more natural and obvious than the idea that there is an all-encompassing entity or doma...

25 Years After the Fall of the Wall: Is Europe's Past its Future? - Lecture flyer
25 Years After the Fall of the Wall: Is Europe's Past its Future? - Lecture

Monday 10 November, 20h00 • Aula, Minderbroedersberg 4-6 • Prof. A. Gerrits, Professor of Russian History and Politics, Leiden University

1989 was an annus mirabilis. Within the span of less than a year, all the Communist regimes in Europe fell. Only th...

The Italian Mafia: The Idealtypical Form of Organized Crime? - Lecture flyer
The Italian Mafia: The Idealtypical Form of Organized Crime? - Lecture

Monday 24 November, 8h00 pm • Aula, Minderbroedersberg 4-6 • Prof. Letizia Paoli, Professor of Criminology, University of Leuven

In this lecture Prof. Letizia Paoli focuses on the three main mafia-type criminal organizations active in Italy: ...

Trends and impacts of inequality in Europe - Lecture flyer
Trends and impacts of inequality in Europe - Lecture

Monday 01 December, 8h00 pm • Aula, Minderbroedersberg 4-6 • Prof. W. Salverda, Professor of Labour Market and Inequality, Un. of Amsterdam

After a short introduction to the fierce societal debate on inequality, Salverda will show how income inequality ha...

Human Rights Crisis in Europe - Lecture flyer
Human Rights Crisis in Europe - Lecture

Monday 08 December, 8h00 pm • Aula, Minderbroedersberg 4-6 • Thomas Hammarberg, diplomat and human rights defender

Although there is a perception in many European countries that human rights are by and large respected on our conti...