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Clinical Philosophy Seminar

2015-4-8 (Wed) 6:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.

From this month, a seminar open to the public "Clinical Philosophy Seminar" will be held every Wednesday in the 6th period (18:15-19:45). This is a forum for undergraduate and graduate students as well as the general public to talk and learn about topics that interest them. Participants will conduct joint research in groups according to a specific theme (such as environment, life, medical care, nuclear power plants, nursing care, education, disabilities, family, gender, minority, and race) and make presentations on their research results.

This seminar will be done as one of the elective subjects for the clinical philosophy course, but participants from other departments, graduate schools, and the general public are also welcome. Classes outside the university are also scheduled.

If you want to earn credit for this class, you need to complete procedures for taking the class, but if you don't need credit and just want to discuss these topics with other students, you can take part in the class without any procedures or tuition fees. If this is the case, you don't need to attend all classes; you may attend any class depending on your interests.
To view the content of the class, click here.

The first class will be held in the 6th period (18:00~19:30), but after listening to opinions from those who will participate in the class on April 8, we may change the time to 18:15-19:45.

Venue: Room Gei 3, 1st floor, Art Research Bldg., Toyonaka campus, Osaka University
No. 8 on the Toyonaka campus map

If the number of applicants exceeds capacity, we may change the venue. Please make application by Tuesday, April 7. If/when all seats are filled, persons applying after that point will be informed of their options. If not, you may assume that your registration has been accepted and come to the venue.

Participants will be grouped according to theme, so those hoping to attend this course are strongly encouraged to attend the first class on April 8.

Date: 2015-4-8 (Wed) 6:15 p.m. - 7:45 p.m.
Contact: INAHARA Minae, Assistant Professor, Clinical Philosophy Room, Osaka University

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