Introduction

A GCAS Supporting Fellow gives you complete access to all our seminars (live, prerecorded, and in residence), all our certificate programs, and our GCAS online Crypto-Community platform. Please read below for specific details.

As a GCAS Supporting Fellow you become part of an independent, historic global education alternative. You will have full access to:

  • All our live, residential and pre-recorded seminars (this does not include university/college credit from GCAS College Dublin)
  • All our Certificate Program (this does not include extra equipment such as Virtual Reality (VR) goggles, which must be purchased separately)
  • A Weekly update on GCAS Events
  • Access to our GCAS Crypto-Community Platform
  • In the unlikely event that a residential seminar is cancelled, GCAS College Dublin will award you free access to one free future residential seminar. 

You may cancel at anytime.  If you're interested in a GCAS Research webpage on our website and a GCAS email for additional costs please let us know. 

 

Honorary President, Prof. Dr. Lewis Gordon

 

 

Items

Here is a list of the items in the subscription:

Bracha Ettinger Seminar

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Certificate in Critical Psychology

Earn a certificate for completion of a series of four short seminars on topics related to critical psychology and liberation psychology. A final project (written or media) is also required. The first seminar, Critical Psychology: Foundations and Overview, begins in January 2019. Topics include foundations of critical psychology; Marxist psychology and psychoanalysis; critiques of mainstream, popular, and humanistic psychologies; rethinking the psyche and subjectivity; ideology theory; liberation psychology; and the implications of critical psychology for activism and social change work. Subsequent seminars to be offered in the Certificate series during 2019 include, for example, Radical Ecopsychology; Marxism and Psychology; Critical Psychology and Decoloniality; Critical Community Psychology; Liberation Psychology; Feminist/Queer Theory in Psychology; and Activism and Social Movements. Each seminar meets on-line once a week for 90 minutes for four weeks. The goal of the certificate program is to contribute to the transformation of the professional practices of psychology, psychotherapy and counselling through ideology criticism, decolonizing strategies, and the development of emancipatory forms of psychosocial practice, including direct engagement with activists and social movements. Program director: Tod Sloan, Ph.D.

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Crypto-Economics Certificate Program

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Deleuze and Practical Philosophy

Starting from what Deleuze calls the “test of existence” in Spinoza, Dr. Keith W. Faulkner will draw out the consequences of diminishing the faculties of representation (memory and imagination) in favor of an immanent comprehension of the Event.

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Epistemology: Social and Political Thought

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FairCoop Learning

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Feminist Resistance and Activism between Theory and Practice

HOUZAN MAHMOUD, is a public intellectual based in London.

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Badiou's Being and Event: Formalism for Ontology and Politics

This seminar, led by Paul Livingston, Rocco Gangle, Graham Priest and John Bova, will provide an overview of formal methods and results to yield an understanding of the argument of Badiou’s Being and Event as well as further implications of formalism and formalization for contemporary ontological and political questions.

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Introduction to Crypto-Economics

In this series of lectures, filmed at the GCAS Summer Institute in 2018, Professor Dr. Erik Bordeleau provides the foundations for thinking philosophically about crypto-economy. Reading materials are also provided upon registration.

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Is Theology Dead? - A GCAS Series

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Jean-Luc Nancy Seminar

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Laruelle and Non-Philosophy: An Introduction

This course will introduce the philosophical thought of the French thinker, François Laruelle.

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Methodologies and Research Methods

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Philosophy and Psychoanalysis Certificate Program

Directed by Julie Reshe, PhD and Creston Davis, PhD.

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Philosophy and the Political: Perspectives on the Future of Democracy

This Series, directed by Dr. Creston Davis, features some of the foremost political thinkers in the world including: Antonio Negri, George Katsiaficas, Shon Meckfessel, Himanshu Damle, Michael Hardt, Lori Marso, Adrian Parr, and Giovanni Tusa.

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Badiou: Politics, Psychoanalysis and the Subject

This seminar will focus on Badiou’s political and ethical thought in the context of his larger re­formulation of philosophical categories of truth, the subject, universality and logic.

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Psychoanalysis, Game Theory, and Conflict Resolution

This course helps us understand the way we approach conflict; what is happening in our self-system; how we can understand this psychoanalytically, logically and mathematically; the difference between violent and non-violent approaches; and the role of emotion.

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The Art and Philosophy of Bondage and BDSM Therapy (18+)

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