Workshop: “Concept and Intuition in Kant and Hegel” (Luxembourg, 26-27 November, 2019)

We are pleased to give notice of the Workshop for doctoral students Concept and Intuition in Kant and Hegel, that will take place at University of Luxembourg on 26th and 27th November, 2019.

You can find below the program of the workshop.




26 november 2019 (12:30) – 27 november (16:30)

Venue: University of Luxembourg, Institute of Philosophy, Campus Belval, MSA (Maison du Savoir), Room: 3.120 2, avenue de l’Université L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette


26 November

12:45-13:00: Welcoming and introduction by Prof.Dr. Dietmar Heidemann & Sven Seidenthal (University of Luxembourg)

13:00-14:00: Lorenzo Sala (University of Pisa): Conceptualism or Nonconceptualism? Kant’s Understanding of the Relation of Intuition and Concept in Light of its Historical Roots

14:00-15:00: Sven Seidenthal (University of Luxembourg): Incongruent Counterparts: Historical Background and Implications

– Coffee Break –

16:00-17:00: Pierluigi D’Agostino (University of Rome): Appearance and Contextuality

17:00-18:00: Daniel Erlewein (FU Berlin): Kant on the Role of Reflective Judgement in the Transition From Intuition to Empirical Concept

-Coffee Break-

18:30-19:30: Keynote speaker Prof. Markus Kohl (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill): Kant’s Fourfold Model of Real Possibility


27 November

10:00-11:00: Sophia M. Fazio (University of Bonn): Does Kant fall into the Myth of the Given?

– Coffee Break –

11:30-12:30: Anne Clausen (University of Göttingen): Actuality and the Realm of Freedom

– Lunch Break –

14:00-15:00: Filip Niklas (University of Warwick): The Innate Conflict of Ideas: Hegel’s Idea of Cognition and Kant’s Cosmological Ideas

– Coffee Break –

15:30-16:30: Camilla Angeli (FU Berlin): Sensible Intuition in Hegel’s Theory of Experience


For further information, please visit the workshop website.

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