29 Nov 19:00

Dr. Igor Grdina, PhD: Retracing Dostoyevsky’s Footsteps / Dr. Matic Kocijančič: "Nothing is an Absolute Reality; All is Permitted"

Dr. Igor Grdina, PhD: Retracing Dostoyevsky’s Footsteps
Dr. Grdina will lend an insight into his relationship with Dostoyevsky by highlighting a few key points relevant to understanding this great author’s continuing relevance to our current concerns.

Dr. Matic Kocijančič: "Nothing is an Absolute Reality; All is Permitted"
The lecture seeks to controversially examine the issues related to Dostoevsky, Nietzsche and a famous quote, which Dr Kocijančič provocatively terms "the most famous quote in Slovenian literature" - “Nothing is an absolute reality; all is permitted”, the maxim of the novel Alamut by Slovenian author Vladimir Bartol.

Dr. Igor Grdina, PhD: Retracing Dostoyevsky’s Footsteps / Dr. Matic Kocijančič: "Nothing is an Absolute Reality; All is Permitted"

29 Nov 19:00
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