Fri, Feb 15 at 7 p.m. | 90 minutes
We tend to talk about love as the type of personal relationship we should primarily seek and thrive for. But Isn’t friendship much more crucial in our lives?
As a culture, we are obsessed with talking about love as the type of personal relationship we should primarily seek and strive for. But Isn’t friendship much more crucial in our lives?
In this Olio we will come together to discuss the features of this demanding conception of friendship, and compare views about what it could truly mean to be a good friend.
After studying in Bordeaux, Berlin, and Paris, Jeanne Proust has been teaching Philosophy, Art History and French Literature for the last 10 years in the US. her research has focused on the pathologies of the willpower, both in philosophical and psychological perspectives, but her interests are wide: among many fields, she does research in Ethics, Philosophy of Technologies and Aesthetics.