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Reading the Classics of Social Sciences: Isaiah Berlin
November 12, 2019 at 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
|Location:||A602 Loeb Building|
The aim of this activity is to bring together Faculty members, graduate students and advanced undergraduate students from different disciplines to read and discuss books that have left a significant mark in the social sciences and humanities. This reading group is the opportunity to join us in a collective effort to read great works more closely and to partake in a productive interdisciplinary dialogue.
This year we are turning our attention to a more recent “classic” of the social sciences: Isaiah Berlin. Famous for his essays such as “Two Concepts of Liberty” and “The Hedgehog and the Fox”, Berlin has become a reference when reflecting on liberty and value pluralism.
For the second session, we will discuss Isaiah Berlin’s essay Two Concepts of Liberty
Students and Faculty members from other disciplines in the social sciences and humanities are welcome to participate. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a PDF copy of the texts under study.
Cookies and coffee will be provided.