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Recordings from the popular public lecture series featuring new work on all aspects of intellectual history. Hosted by the Institute of Intellectual History at the University of St Andrews.

Lectures in Intellectual History Institute of Intellectual History, University of St Andrews

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Recordings from the popular public lecture series featuring new work on all aspects of intellectual history. Hosted by the Institute of Intellectual History at the University of St Andrews.

    Norman Vance - "Individualism and its Discontents: Hobbes to Hayek and Beyond"

    Norman Vance - "Individualism and its Discontents: Hobbes to Hayek and Beyond"

    This lecture was delivered at the University of St Andrews on 13 March 2024. 

    • 41 min
    Christopher de Bellaigue - "Suleyman the Magnificent and the 16th-century race for empire"

    Christopher de Bellaigue - "Suleyman the Magnificent and the 16th-century race for empire"

    This lecture was delivered at the University of St Andrews on 31 January 2024. 

    • 44 min
    Ariane Fichtl - “Overcoming the biopolitical dynamic of enslavement to achieve Immediate Emancipation”

    Ariane Fichtl - “Overcoming the biopolitical dynamic of enslavement to achieve Immediate Emancipation”

    This lecture was delivered at the University of St Andrews on 24 January 2024. 

    • 35 min
    Tim Stuart-Buttle - "Behind the Curtain: Hobbes and the politics of recognition"

    Tim Stuart-Buttle - "Behind the Curtain: Hobbes and the politics of recognition"

    This lecture was delivered at the University of St Andrews on 17 January 2024. 

    • 50 min
    Richard Whatmore - "The End of Enlightenment (book launch)"

    Richard Whatmore - "The End of Enlightenment (book launch)"

    This talk was given at Toppings in St Andrews on December 7, 2023. 

    • 36 min
    Jesse Norman - "Ambition, revenge, truth, fiction - The Winding Stair"

    Jesse Norman - "Ambition, revenge, truth, fiction - The Winding Stair"

    The barely known story of the 30-year rivalry between Francis Bacon and Edward Coke is a fascinating case study in late-Elizabethan-Jacobean court politics. But it can also be a means by which to explore the limits of historical truth, and the uses of fiction. Jesse Norman is a Visiting Research Fellow at St Andrews, a Fellow of All Souls and a Member of Parliament (UK).  This lecture was given on the 17th of November 2023 at the University of St Andrews. 

    • 1 hr 4 min

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