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Welcome to the first international conference of the Helsinki Centre for Intellectual History

Papers and panels at this conference address intellectual history, broadly speaking, and relate to the general conference theme of ‘inclusion and exclusion’. While the theme of ‘inclusion and exclusion’ can be approached from many different perspectives and applied to many different topics, research in fields related to intellectual history has not prominently done so thus far. This conference brings together scholars from across the globe to discuss work in the field of intellectual history dealing with this theme of inclusion and exclusion.
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Hosting a webinar with Jessica Whyte on neoliberalism and human rights. Tuesday March 2. www2.helsinki.fi/en/news/societ…twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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Mikko Immanen’s new book offers a novel interpretation on the role of Heidegger in the emergence of the Frankfurt S… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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