Events

Recent Events:

Salon Philosophique
Martin Poltrum  – 4. Oktober 2017, 19.00 Uhr
Wahn und Wahnsinn im Spielfilm – F20.0, F22.0, F22.8, F44.81
Salon Philosophique Oct. 2017 (pdf)


Past Events:

Advanced Studies Conference: Hospitality and Mental Health
Friday May 19th and Saturday May 20th 2017
Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health, Sigmund-Freud-University Vienna, Collaborating Centre for Values-based Practice, St. Catherine’s College, University of Oxford.
Download: Conference_Hospitality_Mental_Healths_Timetable (pdf)
Pressetext: „KAFFEE UND GUGELHUPF ODER MAUERN UND STACHELDRAHT“ (pdf)

Salon Philosophique
Salon Philosophiques – Dates and Abstracts: Oct. 2016–Dec. 2016 (pdf)

Congress in Cambride, 28 Oct. 2016
Social Aesthetics and Mental Health, Joint congress: Clare College, University of Cambridge and the Institut for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health, SFU Vienna
Program Philosophy of Psychiatry Conference Cambridge 2016 (pdf)

Congress in Berlin, 27 Aug. 2016
Aesthetics – The Mother of Ethics
Joint congress of the European Society of Aesthetics and Medicine and the Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health of the SFU Vienna
Berlin August 2016 ESAEM Programme (pdf)

Salon Philosophique 2008-Jun-2016 (pdf)

Saturday, 27 Feb. 2016
SYMPOSIUM SOCIAL AESTHETICS AND MENTAL HEALTH –
THE POSSIBLE AND THE BEAUTIFUL AS AN ANSWER

Wednesday, 24 Feb. 2016
As part of a press conference this new and exciting therapeutic approach was officially presented to the public:
The “Beautiful Life” as a Therapeutic Agent
New: Research and teaching of social aesthetics at the SFU Vienna
Invitation to press conference Michael Musalek (pdf)

Congress in Berlin from 7– 8 Aug. 2015
„Das Außergewöhnliche: Zur Ästhetik der Verführung“ (pdf)
Joint congress of the European Society of Aesthetics and Medicine, the Institute for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health of the SFU Vienna and the Immanuel Klinik Rüdersdorf

May 29th 2015
St Catz One-Day Advanced Studies Seminar: Aesthetics and Mental Health
St Catherine’s College, Oxford and Institut for Social Aesthetics and Mental Health, Sigmund Freud Private University
Programme (pdf)