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The Paris Institute for Critical Thinking (PICT) is a non-profit educational organization based in Paris, France. Devoted to teaching and research in the humanities and arts, the institute offers a university-quality program of lectures, workshops, conferences, and 18-hour courses, all in the English language. Our aim is to provide a space for all English speakers regardless of background to engage in intellectual reflection and critical conversation. Subscribe above to follow our numerous P ...
 
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Our fifth interview is with Simcha Raphael, Psychotherapist & Rabbi (Philadelphia, USA) Friday, August 26, 2022Death has become a taboo in the West, almost completely banished from our lives. But meditating upon death, at least according to Cicero, is the quintessential task of philosophy, and it is this task that PICT core faculty member Kristof K…
 
Our twelfth interview is with Nina Power, philosophy scholar (London, UK) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Thursday, May 5, 2022Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty have in common, it’s our addiction to the written word. And while we crave the written word in all its forms, we have a special hunger for th…
 
Our second guest is Mortaza Behboudi, journalist (Kabul, Afghanistan) Friday, June 3, 2022Nothing that was built over centuries can collapse overnight. And while the paper on which the Ottoman Empire ceased to exist in 1923 degrades a little more with each passing day, the legacy of the empire it officially ended is very much alive today. Welcome t…
 
Our first guest is Atom Egoyan, filmmaker (Toronto, Canada) Friday, May 13, 2022Nothing that was built over centuries can collapse overnight. And while the paper on which the Ottoman Empire ceased to exist in 1923 degrades a little more with each passing day, the legacy of the empire it officially ended is very much alive today. Welcome to The Last…
 
Our fourth interview is with Annik Wüthrich, Egyptologist (Vienna, Austria) Wednesday, April 6, 2022Death has become a taboo in the West, almost completely banished from our lives. But meditating upon death, at least according to Cicero, is the quintessential task of philosophy, and it is this task that PICT core faculty member Kristof K.P. Vanhout…
 
Our third interview is with Charles King, historian (Omaha, USA) Monday, April 4, 2021Death has become a taboo in the West, almost completely banished from our lives. But meditating upon death, at least according to Cicero, is the quintessential task of philosophy, and it is this task that PICT core faculty member Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte takes up in…
 
Our eleventh interview is with a Felix Ó Murchadha, philosophy scholar (Galway, Ireland) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Monday, April 4, 2022Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty have in common, it’s our addiction to the written word. And while we crave the written word in all its forms, we have a specia…
 
Our tenth interview is with a Carlo Salzani, philosophy scholar (Vienna, Austria) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Wednesday, March 2, 2022Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty have in common, it’s our addiction to the written word. And while we crave the written word in all its forms, we have a special hu…
 
Our ninth interview is with Adam Kadlac, philosophy scholar (Winston-Salem, USA) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Monday, February 21, 2022Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty have in common, it’s our addiction to the written word. And while we crave the written word in all its forms, we have a special hu…
 
Our thirty-fourth interview is with Sophia Rosenfeld, historian (Philadelphia, USA) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Monday, February 14, 2022PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum…
 
Our thirty-third interview is with Wolfgang Pannek, theatre maker (Sao Paulo, Brazil) by Anton Bonnici (Paris, France) Saturday, November 13, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of the hu…
 
Our second interview is with Sarah Iles Johnston, classics scholar (Ohio, USA) Monday, November 8, 2021Death has become a taboo in the West, almost completely banished from our lives. But meditating upon death, at least according to Cicero, is the quintessential task of philosophy, and it is this task that PICT core faculty member Kristof K.P. Vanh…
 
Our first interview is with Sheldon Solomon, social psychologist (Saratoga Springs, USA) Thursday, June 24, 2021Death has become a taboo in the West, almost completely banished from our lives. But meditating upon death, at least according to Cicero, is the quintessential task of philosophy, and it is this task that PICT core faculty member Kristof …
 
Our thirty-second interview is with Joseba Zulaika, anthropologist (Reno, USA) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Thursday, September 16, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum o…
 
Our thirty-first interview is with Wolfgang Streeck, economic sociologist (Brühl, Germany) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Monday, July 12, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spect…
 
Our eighth interview is with Jonathan Rée, philosopher, historian, and author (Oxford, UK) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Thursday, June 10, 2021Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty have in common, it’s our addiction to the written word. And while we crave the written word in all its forms, we have a sp…
 
Our first interview is with Samir Gandesha, humanities scholar (Vancouver, Canada) by Emily Laurent-Monaghan (Vancouver, Canada) Wednesday, May 26, 2021 *You can find an edited transcript of this conversation at The Thinking Cap, the PICT Student Ambassador Program's blog.Welcome to The Object Lesson, the podcast series of the PICT Student Ambassad…
 
Our seventh interview is with David Cayley, writer and broadcaster (Toronto, Canada) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Thursday, May 27, 2021Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty have in common, it’s our addiction to the written word. And while we crave the written word in all its forms, we have a special h…
 
Our thirtieth interview is with Laurie Zoloth, ethics scholar (Chicago, USA) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Monday, May 10, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of the huma…
 
Our twenty-ninth interview is with Michelle Coursey & Jessica Padilla, makeup artists (NYC, USA) by David Selim Sayers (Paris, France) Tuesday, April 27, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectr…
 
Our twenty-eighth interview is with Peter Knight, literary scholar (Manchester, UK) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Thursday, April 22, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum …
 
Our twenty-seventh interview is with Mortaza Behboudi, Journalist (Lesbos, Greece) by Evrim Emir-Sayers (Ayvalik, Turkey), Friday, March 26, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of the hum…
 
Our sixth interview is with Grant Snider, cartoonist (Wichita, USA) by David Selim Sayers (Paris, France) Tuesday, March 23, 2021Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty have in common, it’s our addiction to the written word. And while we crave the written word in all its forms, we have a special hunger for the book, perha…
 
Our twenty-sixth interview is with Ole von Uexkull, philanthropist (Stockholm, Sweden) by David Selim Sayers (Paris, France) Monday, February 22, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of th…
 
Our twenty-fifth interview is with Ivan Oransky, science journalist (New York City, USA) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Friday, February 12, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spe…
 
Our twenty-fourth interview is with Michael Czerny, Cardinal (Vatican City) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Tuesday, February 9, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of the …
 
Our twenty-third interview is with Nadine Strossen, legal scholar (New York City, USA) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Thursday, February 4, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spec…
 
Our twenty-second interview is with Burghard Baltrusch, literary scholar (Vigo, Spain) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Wednesday, January 20, 2021PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spe…
 
Our fifth interview is with Edward Baring, intellectual historian (New Jersey, USA) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Monday, December 21, 2020Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty have in common, it’s our addiction to the written word. And while we crave the written word in all its forms, we have a special…
 
Our twenty-first interview is with Sunetra Gupta, theoretical epidemiologist(Oxford, UK) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Thursday, December 10, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the s…
 
Our twentieth interview is with Evrim Emir-Sayers, philosophy scholar (Paris, France) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Monday, November 30, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectr…
 
Our fourth interview is with Frank Furedi, sociologist (Canterbury, UK) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Tuesday, November 24, 2020Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty have in common, it’s our addiction to the written word. And while we crave the written word in all its forms, we have a special hunger for…
 
Our nineteenth interview is with Michael Barry, Middle East scholar (Venice, Italy) by Evrim Emir-Sayers (Paris, France) Monday, November 23, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of the hu…
 
Our third interview is with David Newheiser, philosophy scholar (Melbourne, Australia) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Tuesday, November 17, 2020Hope in a Secular Age: Deconstruction, Negative Theology, and the Future of Faith: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108595100Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty hav…
 
PICT Honorary Lectures series IV: “Wittgenstein and the History of Philosophy,” a talk by the British philosopher and historian Jonathan Rée, co-founder of the influential journal “Radical Philosophy.” The event took place on Wednesday, January 22, 2020, at the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme (FMSH) and is co-sponsored by PICT and the Coll…
 
The Paris Institute for Critical Thinking (PICT) organized its first book talk and signing event on Tuesday, January 21, 2020, at the Red Wheelbarrow Bookstore. The guest of the evening was British philosopher and historian Jonathan Rée, whose latest book, "Witcraft: The Invention of Philosophy in English", was published by Penguin in late 2019.…
 
The PICT Faculty Lectures series staged its sixth event on Tuesday, February 4, 2020. In front of a full house, PICT visiting faculty member Lauren Jimerson spoke on “Subversive Selves: Women Artists’ Nude Self-Portraits One Century Ago.”The lecture offered an assessment of three pioneering female artists who tackled the nude self-portrait: Suzanne…
 
Our first interview is with Mortaza Behboudi, Journalist (Moria Refugee Camp, Lesbos, Greece) by Evrim Emir Sayers & David Selim Sayers (Paris, France)Thursday, March 26, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices …
 
Our second interview is with Carlo Salzani, philosophy scholar (Vienna, Austria) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Friday, April 3, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of the…
 
A Four-Part Podcast Journey to the Very Heart of Boredom by Salamis Aysegul SentugThe coronavirus has given us plenty of time to ourselves. One consequence is that people around the world will experience a staggering amount of boredom. This podcast miniseries examines the very nature of this state of mind.Everyone feels boredom, but do we all under…
 
Our third interview is with David Newheiser, philosophy scholar (Melbourne, Australia) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Wednesday, April 15, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spect…
 
Our third interview is with David Newheiser, philosophy scholar (Melbourne, Australia) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Wednesday, April 15, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spect…
 
A Four-Part Podcast Journey to the Very Heart of Boredom by Salamis Aysegul SentugThe coronavirus has given us plenty of time to ourselves. One consequence is that people around the world will experience a staggering amount of boredom. This podcast miniseries examines the very nature of this state of mind.Everyone feels boredom, but do we all under…
 
Our first interview is with Jonathan Rée, philosopher, historian, and author (Oxford, Britain) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Monday, April 13, 2020Welcome to Bookaholics. If there is one vice that all PICT faculty have in common, it’s our addiction to the written word. And while we crave the written word in all its forms, we have a…
 
Our fourth interview is with Claude Mangion, philosophy scholar (Malta) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Thursday, April 23, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of the human…
 
Our fifth interview is with David Cayley, writer and broadcaster (Toronto, Canada) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Friday, April 24, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of …
 
A Four-Part Podcast Journey to the Very Heart of Boredom by Salamis Aysegul SentugThe coronavirus has given us plenty of time to ourselves. One consequence is that people around the world will experience a staggering amount of boredom. This podcast miniseries examines the very nature of this state of mind.Everyone feels boredom, but do we all under…
 
Our sixth interview is with David Selim Sayers, cultural historian (Paris, France) by Evrim Emir-Sayers (Paris, France) Sunday, April 26, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of the humani…
 
Our seventh interview is with Frank Furedi, sociologist (Canterbury, UK) by Kristof K.P. Vanhoutte (Basel, Switzerland) Monday, May 4, 2020PICT Voices is an interview series conducted by PICT faculty with notable members of the broader PICT community. Our goal is to present our community with a variety of voices across the spectrum of the humanitie…
 
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