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10 March 2012


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Lucas Thorpe

Hi Catarina,

Thanks for the plug. We only set the blog up a few weeks ago, so we're still warming up.
There is a very active Anglophone philosophy community here in Turkey and we have lots of interesting people passing through. So it's a philosophically stimulating place to be based - and Istanbul is a fun city to live in (apart from the traffic).

The title was thought up by István Aranyosi from Bilkent University.

Hope to see you in Turkey at some point in the future. I know you're a fan of beach conferences.

Dan Kervick

Ilhan Inan's book on curiosity sounds fascinating.

Catarina Dutilh Novaes

No probs, always great to see philosophy thriving at different places. And please do keep me posted on those beach conferences! :)

Hello, Im not a philosopher, but interested in philosophy...Any chance to join some of your programmes which will be held in Istanbul?
Best Regards
Leman Çetin

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