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The Groningen Lecture on Modes of Reasoning

The Groningen Lectures on Modes of Reasoning are a space for world leading intellectuals to reflect on historical and contemporary modes of reasoning order and power. Speakers are invited to address the topic from their own area of expertise and to engage with questions from a selected audience. Lectures are held annually. A programme can be found below.

The lectures are convened by the History and Theory of International Relations Chair Group and co-sponsored by Globalisation Studies Groningen and the Department of International Relations and International Organisation , University of Groningen.


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