Philosophy has been taught and practiced since the founding of the University of Groningen in 1614. In 1965, the Faculty of Philosophy was established, entitled: "Central Interfaculty" (Centrale Interfaculteit), and yet, under its current name, has developed into one of the leading philosophy institutes of the Netherlands.
Everyone (students, alumni, (ex-)staff members and relations) is cordially invited to come to the Faculty on Saturday, 14 November to celebrate.
Apart from the celebration in November, we have organized several anniversary lectures:
You can find details on the lectures in the faculty events calendar.
This article was published by the Faculty of Philosophy.
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