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Irish Philosophy, history of Irish thought, philosophy in Ireland and related topics.
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William Wall 15h
Stunningly erudite lectures this morning from and . The take away from Dr D'Arcy's lecture is a quote from Joyce from 1907: 'Some day Ireland will have to choose between Britain and Europe.'
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International Medievalisms Conference Jun 24
Here is the final timetable for the International Medievalisms Conference! Also available here: Follow for updates on Thursday and Friday, and for all those attending, we look forward to seeing you!
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John McCafferty 21h
25 June 1663: d. John Bramhall Archbishop of of a stroke, not having regained consciousness for several days (Sidney Sussex)
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John McCafferty 18h
25 June 1629: Charles I permits the fellows of Trinity College to elect Robert Ussher, a cousin of James, as provost. He was sworn in on 13 Jan 1630. He promoted the teaching of
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Aidan O'Sullivan Jun 24
What a remarkable twitter account - tweeting images of in Ireland!
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IrishPhilosophy Jun 24
Reminder of events for , first on this Wednesday.
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Random Unthinkable: Prof David Berman on George Berkeley –
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Miles Leeson Jun 23
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Irish Times Culture Jun 23
An affectionate and forgiving portrait of Ireland’s foremost, beloved scoffer
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National Library of Ireland Jun 23
Discover how affected us and learn all about WB Yeats…sounds like a pretty good day out to us ! Our exhibitions are open and - everyday! More info here:
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TriesteJoyceSchool Jun 23
This evening at 6 p.m. the 23rd edition of the opens with and a wonderful group of Joyceans from all over the world. Opening article in today's captures the spirit!
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John McCafferty Jun 23
23 June 1651:Jeremy Taylor's Holy Dying entered in Stationers' Register (BM) He would later become Bishop of Down & Connor
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mac Róich Jun 22
The first book printed in Irish was commissioned by Queen Elizabeth and printed in Dublin in 1571: ‘Aibidil Gaoidheilge, & Caiticiosma’
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IrishPhilosophy Jun 21
Replying to @RevDBH
That's just mean.
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Síle Ní Mhurchú Jun 21
Ar fáil ar ISOS anois
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IrishPhilosophy Jun 21
Replying to @VoxHib
Ease your mind by creating a big bonfire and burning it all, as our forefathers did before us.
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Replying to @Thingumbobesq
Intriguing...
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IrishPhilosophy Jun 21
Replying to @IrishPhilosophy
Pocock in particular has written on how Machiavelli influenced British republican thinking in 1650s, revived in later 1680s-1700 by thinkers including Irishmen Trenchard, Molesworth and Toland.
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