The Night of Philosophy #6
Created in 2015 by the French Institute in Israel, the Night of Philosophy has grown into becoming one of the major cultural events in Israel. Over years, it has extended partnerships with the Goethe-Institut Israel, the Polish Institute in Tel Aviv and the Austrian Cultural Forum, therefore turning into a very unique international platform of dialogue and exchange.
The Night of Philosophy has framed and fostered the dialogue between European and Israeli philosophers and intellectuals, together with the Israeli public, on various topics of contemporary relevance. In Israel, it has offered rich and purposeful discussions, exchanges and debates between the different components of the civil society, including religious – seculars, Jews – Arabs, academics – political figures and policy makers.
This year, the online format of the Night of Philosophy in Israel, curated by philosopher Raphael Zagury-Orly, together with the generous counsel and support of Dr. Felix Heidenreich (IZKT – University of Stuttgart, Germany), will address the complex and challenging issue of "The Future of Democracy". It will feature 25 lectures, discussions and panels with renowned scholars and intellectuals. In the spirit of its previous editions, the Night of Philosophy 2021 will enable a live dialogue between the speakers and the public via a chat service designed for this purpose.
25 ONLINE LECTURES
JUNE 10, 2021
From 4pm to 2am (Israeli time, UTC +3)
On June 10, 2021 - From 4pm to 2am (Israel time, UTC+3) - click on the play button on the pictures below to attend the lectures, discussions and panels.
Lectures and discussions are in English, in Hebrew or in French as indicated by their titles.
NO NEED TO REGISTER!
Just click and join the discussion room.
Opening Session with European Ambassadors
and Guest of Honour
France' Former Minister of Justice
and Former President of the French Constitutional Council
"אנחנו העם. "אנחנו" – העם?"
רב שיח פילוסופי
אזרחות בין אתניות, דת ולאום
יוסף אגסי ויגאל בן-נון
ספרות מול העולם
ניר ברעם ויוסי סוכרי
Un désir (de) politique dans le brouillard
Modérateur : Raphael Zagury-Orly
Rethinking the Enlightenment Today. Ecology, Universalism and Emancipation
Democratic Vistas Group
Do Democracies Need the Non-Political?
Moral lessons of "security" TV shows (e.g. Hatufim, Homeland, The Bureau, Tehran)
L’énigme du chat hébraïque
Is consent the key to ethically good sex?
קץ העבדות: על הקריאות הראשונות לשחרור עבדים ועל משמעותה המשתנה של החירות
Democracy in the age of the paranoia of time
פילוסופיה, יצירה ודרך חיים
בדיאלוג בעקבות הספר של רועי ברנד: Art and the Form of Life
אתגרים ועתיד הדמוקרטיה
אתגרים ועתיד הדמוקרטיה
Hélène Cixous is a French woman of letters, writer and poet, playwright and Anglicist, who is known for her commitment to various aspects of feminism.
FRANCE' FORMER MINISTER OF JUSTICE
AND FORMER PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH CONSTITUTIONAL COUNCIL
Robert Badinter (born 1928 in Paris) is a French lawyer and law professor. In 1981, he was appointed Minister of Justice by French president François Mitterrand and obtained the abolition of the death penalty in France. He promoted other civil-rights reforms, including improvements to the rights of victims and of the penitentiary condition. He has been President of the Constitutional Council of France (1986-1995) and member of the Senate (1995-2011). He is the author of several legal and historical books.