Holger Zaborowski 's paper on Spaemann, Ritter, and the nonpolitical dimension of philosophy will be the first talk of the conference titled "Asmuo, moralė ir politika: filosofinių alternatyvų paieškos" (transl. "Person, Morality, Politics: Philosophical Quest for Alternatives").
The conference is hosted by the Institute of International Relations and Political Science at Vilnius University.
The Institute of International Relations and Political Science (IIRPS) is one of the most prominent social sciences institutions in Central Eastern Europe and the Baltic region. IIRPS has been present in the academic and political life of Central and Eastern Europe and the Baltic region since its establishment in 1992, has achieved a wide range of academic accomplishments and can boast rich tradition of hosting high level politicians, diplomats and distinguished speakers at its premises. While first focusing mostly on educating the future members of Lithuanian diplomatic corps, the Institute has gradually enlarged its focus to educating people with a wider range of knowledge and capabilities which empower them to work in a range of public administration, non governmental and private institutions, to continue learning in their future careers. Being the leading institution in the country it has set in its newest Strategic plan the goal of establishing itself as the leading education and research institution in the Baltic region.
The EU Non-Proliferation and Disarment Consortium
For further informations and the full program of the conference click here (in Lithuanian).