Populist Discourse, Authenticity and Violence (The Third of Three Populist Online Seminars)

25 November 2021 16:15 to 18:00 Seminar

— Patrik Fridlund, Lund


These seminars form a series of seminars on populism and Christianity focusing on the theoretical, philosophical and theological aspects of populism. The worldview and the conception of politics — political community, political processes and political decision-making — are typically issues that characterise populist thought. One fundamental conviction is that precisely this kind of questions is necessary to deal with if we want to deepen the dialogue about how society is organised beyond straightforward descriptions and explanations of certain facts. Descriptions and certain facts cannot exclusively account for all the questions society constantly poses, let alone the answers. Both senior and junior scholars, as well as doctoral students and beginners are welcome to the seminars. In order to reach as many as possible, the main language is English, but in the future occasional seminars in Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, French or German, are not precluded, if that is appropriate.

About the event:

25 November 2021 16:15 to 18:00

Zoom: https://lu-se.zoom.us/j/67579862136 Meeting ID: 675 7986 2136


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