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Conference: “Schelling’s Afterlives: The Theological and Religious Impact of his Thought”, WWU Münster, 14th-16th March, 2016

We are pleased to announce that a workshop conference will be held in Münster from 14th to 16th March 2016, under the title of “Schelling’s Afterlives: The Theological and Religious Impact of his Thought”.

The event is organized by the Philosophisches Seminar of WWU Münster and by the Centre for Theology and Modern European Philosophy of the University of Oxford. Works will be held in Senatsaal, Schloß, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität, Münster.

Participation is free of charge but registration is required. To book your place and for any other information request, please contact Daniel Whistler at daniel.whistler@liv.ac.uk

The workshop’s programme (Downloadable .pdf version here) is enclosed below.

Monday 14th March

14.30 Welcome

14.45 Jan Rohls (München) on Schelling’s 19th -century Protestant reception
15.15 Daniel Whistler (Münster) on Schelling and religious existentialism
15.45 Response: Johannes Zachhuber (Oxford)
16.30 Break
17.00 Sigrun Bielfeldt (Tübingen) on Schelling’s 19th -century Russian reception
17.30 Tikhon Vasilyev (Oxford) on Schelling and Bulgakov
18.00 Response: Julia Konstantinovsky (Oxford)
18.45 Finish

Tuesday 15th March

9.30 Joel Rasmussen (Oxford) on Schelling and Kierkegaard
10.00 Agata Bielik-Robson (Nottingham) on Schelling and Rosenzweig
10.30 Response: Elena Foresti (Pavia)
11.15 Break
11.30 Johannes Zachhuber (Oxford) on Schelling and 19th century historical theology
12.00 Grant Kaplan (St Louis) on Schelling’s 19th -century Catholic reception
12.30 Response: Tim Grafe (Münster)
13.15 Lunch
14.00 Christian Danz (Wien) on Schelling and Tillich
14.30 Joseph Lawrence (Holy Cross, Massachusetts) on Schelling and Max Müller
15.00 Response: Daniel Whistler (Münster)
16.00 Close

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