Philosophy Tea at Regina Theatre
- Datum: 08 februari, kl. 15.00–16.00
- Plats: Reginateatern Trädgårdsgatan 6, Uppsala
- Arrangör: Uppsala University in collaboration with Regina Theatre
- Kontaktperson: Gisella Bengtsson
- Telefon: 070-4250608
Bertha von Suttner (1843-1914); the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize will be highlighted this afternoon.
Scones, tea and interesting discussions led by Professor Peter Wallensteen and Foreign Lecturer Daniel Ogden. Each philosophy tea session lasts one hour, with the final twenty minutes being reserved for an open discussion with the audience. The sessions are run in English. Tea and scones will be served. All welcome. Philosophy Tea is supported by Uppsala University and both sessions will be disseminated as pod casts.
Ticket price 100 kr, Students 40 kr, Senior Citizen 60 kr.
This autumn, Professor Peter Wallensteen and Foreign Lecturer Daniel Ogden, both of Uppsala University, will continue their popular Philosophy Tea talks about thinkers who have contributed to our understanding of peace and justice. The two individuals we highlight this spring are the seventeenth-century Dutch philosopher, Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677), and the peace activist and 1905 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Bertha von Suttner (1843-1914); the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize. Both were provocative writers who challenged the conventions of their times. Our talks focus on their unique contributions to our understanding of peace and justice.