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SGIR Conference: Conceptions of Life in German Idealism and Romanticism (Sydney, 6-7 December 2018)

Giovanna Luciano // Nov 28, 2018

We are glad to give notice that the Society for German Idealism and Romanticism Annual Conference “Conceptions of Life in …

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cfp: “Hegel and the Sciences: Philosophy of Nature in the 21st Century” (Plí, 31st volume)

Eleonora Cugini // Nov 26, 2018

We gladly announce that a call for papers has been opened for the 31st volume of Plí: the Warwick Journal …

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CFP: Leuven Kant Conference 2019: “Kant’s Transcendental Dialectic” (Leuven, 23-24 May 2019)

Alessandro Esposito // Nov 23, 2018

We are glad to inform that a call for papers is open for the Leuven Kant Conference 2019: “Kant’s Transcendental …

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book review on ndpr: michelle kosch, “fichte’s ethics” (gabriel gottlieb)

Giulia Bernard // Nov 22, 2018

We are glad to give notice of Gabriel Gottlieb‘s review of Fichte’s Ethics by Michelle Kosch (Oxford University Press, 2018). …

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New Release: Glenn Alexander Magee (ed.), “Hegel and Ancient Philosophy. A Re-Examination” (Routledge 2018)

Niccolò Sbolci // Nov 21, 2018

We are pleased to give notice of the release of the volume Hegel and Ancient Philosophy. A Re-Examination, edited by …

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New Release: Leibniz Correspondence (Leibniz-Forschungsstelle, 2018)

Arianna Longo // Nov 20, 2018

We are pleased to give notice that a new critical edition of Lebniz correspondence is out. The Leibniz-Forschungsstelle in Münster posted …

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CFP: “Hegel and the Philosophy of Biology. The Dialectic of Life, Past and Present” (Hegel-Bulletin 2020)

Arianna Longo // Nov 19, 2018

We gladly announce that a call for papers has been opened for the special issue of the Hegel-Bulletin 2020, which will …

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hegelpd is the academic blog of the Classical German Philosophy research group at the University of Padua. The group, led by Luca Illetterati, Francesca Menegoni and Antonio Maria Nunziante, carries on a tradition started fifty years ago by Franco Chiereghin.
Since 2013, this website is a space for sharing resources, news and contributions for all those interested in these topics. We will provide updated news about events, workshops, conferences, calls for papers, publications and bibliographies related to Classical German Philosophy, as well as events involving our research group.
This blog is intended as a resource for all scholars, students and people interested in Classical German Thought and its relevance to contemporary philosophical and cultural debates.