“The House of Philosophy” organized by the Monaco Philosophical Meetings, will be held this year on Friday 7 and Saturday, June 8.
The Colloquium will open with a meeting at the Oceanographic Museum with the five finalists of the 2019 Prize: –
- Alain Ehrenberg, Mechanics of the passions: brain, behaviour, society
- Editions Odile Jacob – Manon Garcia, We are not born subject, we become
- Éditions Climate / Flammarion – Marie Garrau, Vulnerability Policy
- CNRS Éditions – Jérôme Porée, Phenomenology of the confession
- Hermann Publishing – Hartmut Rosa, Resonance – A sociology of the relation to the world, Éditions La Découverte
The awards ceremony, which will also be held at the Oceanographic Museum, will be marked by different highlights: – a lecture by Etienne Bimbenet (winner of the 2018 Prize): “What is philosophy? ” – a musical interlude by Adelaide Ferrière, percussionist; – the prize-giving ceremony with the members of the Juries: the Lycée Prize, awarded after a written competition, the Honorary Mention, which distinguishes a French-language publisher illustrating itself in the publication of innovative philosophical works, and Prix 2019, to a book of philosophy published in French and published in the calendar year preceding its attribution.
Saturday, June 8, the New National Museum of Monaco – Villa Sauber will host “The Lessons of Philosophy” from 10am. Each of the twelve lessons proposed will present the thought of a major philosopher of the twentieth century from a concept or theme, a subject or an object central to his work.