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Conference: “Matters of Love: A Conference” (The New School of Social Research, February 22nd 2019)

Francesco Campana // Feb 14, 2019

We are pleased to inform that a conference Matters of Love will be held at The New School of Social …

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Digitalization of the Lukács Archive

Saša Hrnjez // Feb 13, 2019

We are pleased to inform you that archival materials of the Lukács Archive in Budapest, collected by the Hungarian Academy of …

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Book Review on NDPR: Rebecca Comay, Frank Ruda, “The Dash — The Other Side of Absolute Knowing” (Shannon Hoff)

Giulia Bernard // Feb 12, 2019

We are glad to give notice of Shannon Hoff‘s review of The Dash — The Other Side of Absolute Knowing …

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CFP: “Mediation” – Metodo. International Studies In Phenomenology And Philosophy

Alessandro Esposito // Feb 11, 2019

We are glad to announce the new call for papers of the journal Metodo. International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy. This …

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Book Review: Pietro Perconti, “Filosofia della mente” (Selene Mezzalira)

Armando Manchisi // Feb 10, 2019

We are glad to announce that Selene Mezzalira‘s review of the book Filosofia della mente, by Pietro Perconti, is now …

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P. Livieri: Reason, Negation, and the Vocation of Philosophy (Verifiche XLII, 2018, N. 1-2, pp. 257-273)

Giulia La Rocca // Feb 9, 2019

We are glad to announce that the issue by Paolo Livieri, entitled: Reason, Negation, and the Vocation of Philosophy, appeared in …

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BOOK REVIEW: A. Gambarotto, “Vital forces, teleology, and organization. Philosophy of nature and the rise of biology in Germany” (Daniele Bertoletti)

Giulio Mariottini // Feb 8, 2019

We are glad to announce that Daniele Bertoletti‘s review of the book Vital Forces, Teleology and Organization. Philosophy of Nature and the …

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hegelpd

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.