Short Courses

The University offers a broad range of short courses and a variety of activities throughout the year, including a summer programme and public lectures.

D'oh! The Simpsons Introduce Philosophy

The Simpsons is one the modern world's greatest cultural artefacts partly because it is so full of philosophy. Aristotle, Kant, Mill, Camus, and many other great thinkers' ideas are represented in what is arguably the purest of philosophical forms: the comic cartoon. This day event will explore some of philosophy's most inspiring ideas as presented in Matt Groening's monument to the absurdities of human existence. 

  • Monday 1 May 2017, 10.00-16.00

Venue

University of Glasgow at Kelvin Hall

1445 Argyle St

Glasgow G3 8AW

Scotland

Open Hours

  • Monday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Tuesday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Wednesday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Thursday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Friday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Saturday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information
  • Sunday: Contact 0141 276 1450, option 2 for access information

Access Info

  • Entry: Free
  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled toilet facilities: Yes
  • 1445 Argyle Street Glasgow G3 8AW Scotland
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