In early November, the Dean of the Faculty of Humanities (Instititum Studiorum Humanitatis) Lenart Škof, visited the University of Iceland in Reykjavík. He gave two lectures as part of the Erasmus+ project.
He lectured on respiratory philosophy at the Faculty of History and Philosophy. "I presented the key milestones of this new direction of philosophy, which is based on the phenomenon of breath and breathing," explains Škof.
He gave the second lecture at the Faculty of Theology and Religious Science, which is also the oldest faculty of the University of Iceland. "I spoke about the silenced history of the feminine principle in the context of the history of Greek thought and Christianity, based on my interpretation of the Greek myth of Antigone, which I compared with some contemporary trends in feminist theology and philosophy."