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Conference: “Kant and Schopenhauer in Dialogue” (Mainz, 22-24 September)

We are pleased to give notice of the conference Kant and Schopenhauer in Dialogue, which will take place in Mainz, on September 22-24th, 2021.

To register, please send an email to kantandschopenhauer2021@uni-mainz.de

Please indicate if you would like to participate in person or via Zoom.

Below you can find the general presentation of the event and the program of the conference.

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Wednesday, 22.09.2021

(Central European Summer Time)

Erbacher Hof (Grebenstraße 2426, KardinalVolkSaal)

11:00 11:10 –
Welcome address

11:10 12:10Matthias Koßler (Universität Mainz): Criticism and the „True“ Criticism. Enlightenment in Kant and Schopenhauer

12:10 13:30 – Lunch

13:30 14:30 – Manja Kisner (Universität Wuppertal): War Schopenhauer ein Kantianer? Von Kants Ding an sich zu Schopenhauers Willensbegriff

14:30 15:30 – Dieter Birnbacher (Universität Düsseldorf): Menschenwürde wie weit trägt Schopenhauers Kritik an Kant

15:30 15:45 – Coffee break

15:45 16:45 – Paul Guyer (Brown University): Rational or NonRational Will? Schopenhauer’s Critique of Kant (via Zoom)

Thursday, 23.09.2021

Erbacher Hof (Grebenstraße 2426, KardinalVolkSaal)

11:00 12:00 Rainer Schäfer (Universität Bonn): Des Pudels Kern On the Relation of Ego and Brain in Kant and Schopenhauer

12:00 13:30 Lunch

13:30 14:30 Alexander Sattar (Humboldt University Berlin): Schopenhauer’s ‘Kantian’ Metaphilosophy

14:30 15:30 Margit Ruffing (Universität Mainz): Theorie des Rechts bei Kant und Schopenhauer

15:30 15:45 Coffee break

15:45 16:45 Rachel Zuckert (Northwestern University): Kant’s Conception of the Real in Sensation and Schopenhauer’s Realism (via Zoom)

Friday, 24.09.2021

Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JakobWelderWeg 18, Room P 11)

10:00 11:00
Sandra Shapshay (CUNY): The Moral Weight of Art in Kant and Schopenhauer

11:00 12:00 Dennis Vanden Auweele (KU Leuven): Schopenhauer’s Adaptation of Kant’s Universal Religion

12:00 13:00 Lunch

13:00 14:00 Günter Zöller (LMU München): “I Cannot Stand the Word Practical Reason.” Universalism and Negationism of the Will in Kant and Schopenhauer (via Zoom)

 

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