The University of Tokyo (Japan) and Chey Institute for Advanced Studies (South Korea) invites you to attend to their annual event “Tokyo Forum” with this year’s theme being war, pandemic, and climate change.
In the face of war, a pandemic, and climate change, we cannot repeat the history of the last century, in which our ancestors headed down the road to division, global conflict, and environmental destruction. Philosophy of the 21st century must contribute to the construction of a new universality based on locality and diversity. Science in the 21st century also needs to dispense with its overarching aura of supremacy and lack of self-criticism.
How can we live more fully and how do we find a new common understanding about what our society should be?
Tokyo Forum 2022 will tackle these questions through a series of in-depth dialogues between philosophy and science.
Thursday, December 1st and Friday, December 2nd 2022
December 1st: 16:00-19:35 (WIB)
December 2nd: 15:00-19:45 (WIB)
Free of charge
Yasuda Auditorium, The University of Tokyo (both in-person and live streaming)
English (simultaneous interpretation in Japanese available)
- Paul ALIVISATOS (President, The University of Chicago)
- BAN Ki-Moon (Former Secretary General, The United Nations)
- HASEGAWA Mariko (President, Graduate University for Advanced Studies)
- Markus GABRIEL (Professor, University of Bonn; Academic Director, THE NEW INSTITUTE)
- Jeffrey SACHS (President, The UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network; Director, Center for Sustainable Development, Columbia University)
- Naoko ISHII (Executive Vice President; Director, Center for Global Commons, The University of Tokyo)
and more! Head to this link for further information.
For registration, head to Tokyo Forum registration page. For further information about the event, head to Tokyo Forum website. For inquiries, contact Tokyo Forum on this e-mail address.