Presented by The Flinders Institute for Research in the Humanities
Over the past thirty years Professor Raimond Gaita has made an outstanding contribution to contemporary analytic moral philosophy, not least for his distinctive vision of the nature of moral philosophy as an academic discipline. However the influence of his ethical thought extends through his various writings, including his acclaimed biography of his father, Romulus, My Father, well beyond academic philosophy to many researchers working in other disciplines and to many more members of the hard-thinking educated public.
There are three public events associated with the Sense for Humanity conference, including a Public Lecture by Professor Gaita. All three public events are free, however registration is essential. Further conference information and registration can be found below.
This screening of the film Romulus, My Father, based on the award winning biography of the same name by Raimond Gaita, will be followed by a question and answer session with the film's screenwriter Nick Drake and Raimond Gaita. This screening takes place as part of the conference 'A Sense for Humanity: The Ethical Thought of Raimond Gaita' held by Flinders University.
Round table discussion of Gaita's award winning biography of his father, Romulus, My Father with writer and Nobel Laureate John Coetzee; and Michael Heyward, publisher of Romulus. This round table takes place as part of the conference 'A Sense for Humanity: The Ethical Thought of Raimond Gaita' held by Flinders University.