RVP International Conferences 2017

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International Conferences

 

2017

 

 

 

 

Date

Place

 Themes

May 12

Harare, Zimbabwe

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times: Philosophy, Race and Multiculturalism in Southern Africa

May 15-16

Nsukka, Nigeria


Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times:

Humanism, Faith and Secularism Today

May 22-23

Nairobi, Kenya


Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times:

Beyond Liberal Democracy: The Quest for Indigenous African Models of Democracy for the Twenty-First Century

May 27-28

Nairobi, Kenya

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times:

The Clash Between Modern and Traditional Life—African Family Values in the Contemporary World

June 1-2

 Kampala, Uganda

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times:

Philosophy, Information Technologies and Changes of the African Life Worlds

 

July 9-10

 

Shanghai, P.R. China

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times:

Self-awareness of Life in a New Era

 

July 12-13

 

Yangzhou, P.R. China

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times:

Re-Learning Chinese Cultural Traditions and Values in the Global Context

July 15-16

Changsha, P.R. China

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times: Cultural Development and Justice and Responsibility

July 19-20

Xian, P.R. China

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times: Transition of Human Civilizations and Value Changes in Human Development

July 24-25

Dushanbe, Tajikistan

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times:

Tradition and Change in Contemporary World

July 27-28

Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times: Islamic Traditions and Developments in Central Asia

October 27-28

Iasi, Romania

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times: How Intercultural Encounters (Re)Shape the Contemporary World 

December 19-21

Moscow, Russia

Re-Learning to be Human for Global Times: Contemporary Tendencies of Studies in Philsophy of Religion: Gerhard Oberhammer and His Religious Hermeneutics

 

 

 

 

 

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