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09 May 2022 Press release

Philosophical Encounters of Monaco present PhiloMonaco - Week 7 to 12 June 2022

From Tuesday 7 to Sunday 12 June 2022, the Philosophical Encounters of Monaco will be holding PhiloMonaco Week, featuring numerous speakers including philosophers, researchers, journalists, psychiatrists and psychologists, writers, teachers, healthcare workers, and more, who will debate and discuss with audiences the themes of Ecology, Education, Care, Women and the Joy of Philosophising.

Lectures, dialogues, round tables, classes and workshops will be held in a variety of locations around the Principality, notably at the Théâtre Princesse Grace which will, for these few days, be turned into a “House of Philosophy”.

To create the closest possible connection with the public, the Philosophical Encounters will be at La Condamine Market between 9 am and 10.30 am from Tuesday to Friday. Following an interview lasting several minutes between the day’s guests and a Monaco Info journalist, the audience will be able to ask questions and engage in a free debate.

PhiloMonaco Week will feature a number of highlights: philosophical workshops in school classrooms, an evening prize ceremony to present the Philosophical Encounters Prize, Honourable Mention and Lycée Student Award, lectures and conversations at the Crystal Bar and Pavyllon Monte-Carlo restaurant in the Hotel Hermitage, at the Café de la Rotonde in the Casino Atrium, at the Thermes Marins de Monte-Carlo, at the Salle Garnier, and in the Mediterranean Garden of the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort.

It is also worth noting that at the Théâtre Princesse Grace, the Librairie Masséna bookshop will have a presence in the lobby and there will be a restaurant space, Les Grandes Carrioles (a culinary and artistic project), on the esplanade, along with the PhiloBox for everyone’s questions and thoughts.

For information:

www.philomonaco.com

 

The programme is available below.

 

Les Grandes Carrioles, a culinary and artistic project: restaurant open to all.

Théâtre Princesse Grace esplanade

From Tuesday 7 to Friday 10 June, from 10 am. 

 

Librairie Massena: book sales and signings

Théâtre Princesse Grace lobby

From Tuesday 7 to Friday 10 June, 11 am to 7 pm. 

 

PhiloBox of the Philosophical Encounters of Monaco

On the Théâtre Princesse Grace esplanade for questions and thoughts from the public. This will take the form of a telephone box, where it will be possible to browse the philomonaco.com website and leave message for the philosophers.

The PhiloBox will be installed in the association’s new premises following the end of PhiloMonaco Week.

 

Tuesday 7 June: Ecology

At La Condamine Market, Place d’Armes

9 am–10.30 am

Interviews with Monaco Info and questions from the public

 

At Théâtre Princesse Grace

11 am–12 pm

Class: The birth and development of political ecology

Serge Audier, philosopher

 

1 pm–2.30 pm

Conversation: What might we be guilty of? The politics of guilt

Presented by Raphael Zagury-Orly, philosopher and founding member of the Philosophical Encounters of Monaco

Catherine Larrère, philosopher

Camille de Toledo, writer, jurist and doctor of comparative literature

 

3.30 pm–4.30 pm

Class: Arne Næss and deep ecology

Mathilde Ramadier, author

 

7 pm–9 pm

Round table: Trees. More human than humans?

Presented by Arnaud Gonzague, journalist for L’Obs

Jacques Tassin, ecologist and researcher

Emanuele Coccia, philosopher

 

Wednesday 8 June: Education

At La Condamine Market, Place d’Armes

9 am–10.30 am

Interviews with Monaco Info and questions from the public

 

At Théâtre Princesse Grace

11 am–12 pm

Conversation: The child’s drawing

Presented by Damien MacDonald, author, artist and exhibition curator

Colline Faure-Poirée, editor for Éditions Gallimard

Roseline Davido, doctor of clinical psychology and psychoanalysis

 

12.30 pm–2 pm

Conversation: What “makes a family”?

Presented by Robert Maggiori, philosopher and founding member of the Philosophical Encounters of Monaco

Sébastien Talon, psychologist and psychotherapist

Gabrielle Radica, philosopher

 

2.30 pm–4 pm

Round table: What can philosophy do in schools?

Presented by Alicia Gauduel, philosopher

Sébastien Charbonnier, lecturer and researcher in philosophy and education sciences

Edwige Chirouter, philosopher

Frédéric Lenoir, philosopher and sociologist, co-founder of the Sève Foundation

 

7 pm–9 pm

Round table: Screens, social media and child welfare

Presented by Robert Maggiori, philosopher and founding member of the Philosophical Encounters of Monaco

Dr Florence Ashkenazy, psychiatrist and professor of psychiatry

Laurence Joseph, psychologist and psychoanalyst

Elsa Godart, philosopher, psychoanalyst and essayist 

Thursday 9 June: Care

At La Condamine Market, Place d’Armes

9 am–10.30 am

Interviews with Monaco Info and questions from the public

 

At Théâtre Princesse Grace

11 am–12 pm

Class: The normal and the pathological

Amos Squverer, psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist

 

12.30 pm–2 pm

Round table: The philosophy of birth. What we mean by “bringing into the world”.

Presented by Isabelle Alfandary, philosopher and psychoanalyst, professor of American literature

Frédéric Spinhirny, philosopher and hospital director

Chantal Birman, clinical midwife

Dr Bruno Carbonne, Head of the Gynaecology and Obstetrics Service at Princess Grace Hospital in Monaco

 

3 pm–4.30 pm

Round table: Care and compassion. Caring with humanity

Presented by Robert Maggiori, philosopher and founding member of the Philosophical Encounters of Monaco

Cynthia Fleury, philosopher and psychoanalyst

Zona Zarić, philosopher

Dr Jean-François Ciais, Head of the Supportive and Palliative Care Service at Princess Grace Hospital in Monaco

 

8 pm–9.15 pm

Evening prize ceremony to present the Prize and Honourable Mention

-       Tribute to Jean-Luc Nancy by Divya Dwivedi, philosopher and professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi

-       What is philosophy? Lecture by Serge Audier, philosopher and author of La cité écologique. Pour un éco-républicanisme [The Ecological City. Advocating for Eco-Republicanism], published by La Découverte in 2020 and winner of the Philosophical Encounters of Monaco 2021 Prize

-       Musical interlude featuring Karol Beffa, a doctor of musicology, pianist and composer

-       Award of the Prize and Honourable Mention in the presence of the founding members and members of the Jury

 

Friday 10 June: Women

At La Condamine Market, Place d’Armes

9 am–10.30 am

Interviews with Monaco Info and questions from the public

 

At Théâtre Princesse Grace

11 am–12 pm

Class: Equality

Sandra Laugier, philosopher

 

12.30 pm–1.30 pm

Conversation: Feminism. Is there a place for men?

Lauren Bastide, journalist and founder of the podcast La Poudre

Ivan Jablonka, professor of history and author

 

2.30 pm–4 pm

Conversation: Sex and gender – the moderns

Presented by Raphael Zagury-Orly, philosopher and founding member of the Philosophical Encounters of Monaco

Sandra Laugier, philosopher

Éric Marty, writer, essayist and professor of French literature

 

5 pm–6.30 pm

Round table: The truth about women’s bodies

Presented by Fanny Arama, doctor of French literature

Camille Froidevaux-Metterie, philosopher and professor of political science

Kaori Ito, dancer and choreographer

 

FRIDAY EVENING 11 JUNE – beginning of The Joy of Philosophising

8.30 pm–9.30 pm

Crystal Bar, Hotel Hermitage Monte-Carlo

Lectures: The intoxication of thought

Presented by Géraldine Muhlmann, philosopher, political scientist and journalist

Camille Riquier, philosopher

Michael Foëssel, philosopher

Saturday 11 June – The Joy of Philosophising

11 am–12.30 pm

Café de la Rotonde, Casino de Monte-Carlo Atrium

Conversation: The risk

Presented by Thierry Consigny, advertising executive, author and lecturer at Sciences Po

Etienne Bimbenet, philosopher

Patrick Savidan, philosopher

 

3.30 pm–4.30 pm

Thermes Marins Monte-Carlo

Conversation: Feeling good in your own skin

Presented by Géraldine Muhlmann, philosopher, political scientist and journalist

Maxime Rovere, philosopher and historian of philosophy

 

7 pm–8.30 pm

Monte-Carlo Opera

Lecture and conversation: The Nietzsche Mystery

Presented by Robert Maggiori, philosopher and founding member of the Philosophical Encounters of Monaco 

Lecture by Fabrice Luchini, actor

Followed by a conversation with Éric Fiat, philosopher 

 

Sunday 12 June The Joy of Philosophising

11 am–12 pm

Mediterranean Garden, Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort

Conversation: Philosophising by the sea

Presented by Robert Maggiori, philosopher and founding member of the Philosophical Encounters of Monaco

Pierre Cassou-Noguès, philosopher

 

2.30 pm–3.30 pm

Pavyllon Monte-Carlo, a restaurant by Yannick Alléno at the Hotel Hermitage de Monte-Carlo

Conversation: Philosophy of taste

Yannick Alléno, Michelin-starred chef

Olivier Assouly, philosopher

PARTNERS:

Prince’s Government

Chanel

Montblanc 

Government Communication Department

Department of Cultural Affairs of Monaco

Department of Education, Youth and Sport

Women’s Rights Committee

Monaco City Hall

Théâtre Princesse Grace

Société des Bains de Mer de Monte-Carlo

Princess Grace Hospital

Research Chair in Philosophy at the Hospital

Prince Albert II Foundation

Lenval Foundation

Jeune J’écoute

Monaco Info

Libération

Madame Figaro

Philosophie Magazine (for the Lycée Student Award)

 

 

Autres actualités du thème

http://en.gouv.mc/A-la-Une-du-Portail/Philosophical-Encounters-of-Monaco-present-PhiloMonaco-Week-7-to-12-June-2022