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      War in Ukraine: religion and international relations

      Religion plays an important role in the rhetoric used by the Russians to justify the war. Ukraine, and mostly Kiev, is presented by Russia as a cultural and religious asset for Russian identity and ambitions. What is more, the current war is interpreted as an existential and apocalyptic fight between good and evil.

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    • 2Jun

      Van 't Hoff symposium on chirality

      Ever noticed how your hands form these almost perfect mirror images of each other? Almost perfect, because no matter how you orient them, it is impossible to perfectly superimpose them.

      Trippenhuis - Kloveniersburgwal 29, Amsterdam
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      Heyting Day 2022 - Wittgenstein's Tractatus

      The Tractatus gives rise to many exciting issues of interpretation. The speakers of the Heyting Day will throw light on some of these issues, especially on Wittgenstein’s views on the nature of logic and on the role of the first person in the Tractatus.

      Trippenhuis - Kloveniersburgwal 29, Amsterdam
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    • 10Jun

      28th Gonda Lecture by Upinder Singh: Inscribing power on the realm - royal ideology and religious policy in India, c. 200 BCE - 300 CE

      In her lecture Upinder Singh, Professor of History, Ashoka University, Sonepat, India, argues that the fundamental template of ancient Indian political ideology and religious policy was established during the period c. 200 BCE-300 CE through a continuous dialogic process revealed in the manner in which kings inscribed their power on their realm. She does so by drawing on epigraphic evidence to focus on three themes.

      Trippenhuis - Kloveniersburgwal 29, Amsterdam
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