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hpd for OA week (III): Armando Manchisi, “The Right and the Good in Hegel’s Social and Political Philosophy” («Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics», XXIII, 2021, 2)

The International Open Access Week is now entering its fourteenth year, and hegelpd is going to be part of it: from October 25nd to October 29th, we will be sharing with our readers at least an open access article a day.

What is Open Access (OA)? Open Access is the online, immediate, free of charge access to scholarly research material (journal articles, theses, book chapters etc.), free of most copyright and licensing restriction. (Click here for more information)

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In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con le nostre lettrici e i nostri lettori l’articolo di Armando Manchisi, The Right and the Good in Hegel’s Social and Political Philosophyapparso in open access in «Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics», XXIII, 2021, 2, pp. 39-58.

On the occasion of the Open Access Week, we are happy to share with our readers Armando Manchisi‘s article, The Right and the Good in Hegel’s Social and Political Philosophyappeared in open access in «Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics», XXIII, 2021, 2, pp. 39-58.

 

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hpd for OA week (II): Luca Illetterati, “Nature and Technology: Towards an Antinaturalistic Naturalism” («Pólemos», 2/2020)

The International Open Access Week is now entering its fourteenth year, and hegelpd is going to be part of it: from October 25nd to October 29th, we will be sharing with our readers at least an open access article a day.

What is Open Access (OA)? Open Access is the online, immediate, free of charge access to scholarly research material (journal articles, theses, book chapters etc.), free of most copyright and licensing restriction. (Click here for more information)

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In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con le nostre lettrici e i nostri lettori l’articolo di Luca Illetterati, Nature and Technology: Towards an Antinaturalistic Naturalism, apparso in open access in «Pólemos», 2021, pp. 15-33.

On the occasion of the Open Access Week, we are happy to share with our readers Luca Illetterati‘s article, Nature and Technology: Towards an Antinaturalistic Naturalism, appeared in open access in «Pólemos», 2021, pp. 15-33.

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New Release: Stefania Achella, Francesca Iannelli, Gabriella Baptist, Serena Feloj, Fiorinda Li Vigni and Claudia Melica (eds.): “The Owl’s Flight Hegel’s Legacy to Contemporary Philosophy” (de Gruyter, 2021)

We are glad to give notice of the book The Owl’s Flight. Hegel’s Legacy to Contemporary Philosophy, edited by Stefania Achella, Francesca Iannelli, Gabriella Baptist, Serena Feloj, Fiorinda Li Vigni and Claudia Melica (de Gruyter, 2021).

From the publisher’s website:

This book presents a unique rethinking of G. W. F. Hegel’s philosophy from unusual and controversial perspectives in order to liberate new energies from his philosophy. The role Hegel ascribes to women in the shaping of society and family, the reconstruction of his anthropological and psychological perspective, his approach to human nature, the relationship between mental illness and social disease, the role of the unconscious, and the relevance of intercultural and interreligious pathways: All these themes reveal new and inspiring aspects of Hegel’s thought for our time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Release: Stefania Achella, Francesca Iannelli, Gabriella Baptist, Serena Feloj, Fiorinda Li Vigni and Claudia Melica(ed.): "The Owl's Flight Hegel's Legacy to Contemporary Philosophy" (2020). 1

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hpd for OA week (I): Luca Corti, “Hegel’s Later Theory of Cognition: An Additive or Transformative Model?” («Hegel Bulletin», 2021)

The International Open Access Week is now entering its fourteenth year, and hegelpd is going to be part of it: from October 25nd to October 29th, we will be sharing with our readers at least an open access article a day.

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In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con le nostre lettrici e i nostri lettori l’articolo di Luca Corti, Hegel’s Later Theory of Cognition: An Additive or Transformative Model?, apparso in open access in «Hegel Bulletin», 2021, pp. 1-27.

On the occasion of the Open Access Week, we are happy to share with our readers Luca Corti’s article, Hegel’s Later Theory of Cognition: An Additive or Transformative Model?, appeared for open access in «Hegel Bulletin», 2021, pp. 1-27.

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hpd-digest (january – october 2021)

hpd-digest offers an overview of the most recent activities, events and publications involving the members of hegelpd, the Research Group on Classical German Philosophy in Padova. It also includes the main events taking place in Padova, as well as the general research topics on which we are currently focusing.

 

2020-2021 PADOVA RESEARCH SEMINAR

PADOVA HEGEL LECTURES

HEGELPD PRIZE

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

NEW RELEASES

WORKSHOP AND TALKS

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

OTHER NEWS

 

2020-2021 PADOVA RESEARCH SEMINAR

The topic of this year’s research seminar of the Doctoral School in Philosophy of the University of Padova is the presence (and influence) of Hegel’s thought in various contemporary philosophical debates, with the aim of illuminating the way contemporary philosophy relates to Hegelian philosophy. The seminar does not primarily discuss interpretative secondary literature on various aspects of Hegel’s philosophy, but rather the way in which some philosophers who have developed an autonomous and original path of thought have explicitly drawn from Hegel’s insights to articulate their philosophical projects. This includes a discussion of R. Brandom’s approach to Hegel, A.C. Danto’s Hegelian aesthetics, the peculiar twist given to Hegel’s idea by S. Žižek’s. The discussion also touches upon Hegel’s relationship with today’s recognition theorists, the new analytical metaphysics, the different variations of ecological thought. The purpose of the meetings is to present the different hermeneutical perspectives and to consider them in direct relationship with Hegel’s text. 

The following meetings have already taken place:

Jan 12th, 2021: Armando Manchisi presented Self-Realization, Recognition, Alienation: The Influence of Hegel on Contemporary Critical Theory.

Jan 26th, 2021: Elena Tripaldi presented With or Without Monism? Actuality and Unactuality of Hegel’s Metaphysics.

Feb 23rd, 2021: Francesco Campana presented From Hegel to Hegel. Danto, History and History of Art.

Mar 9th, 2021: Luca Corti presented Was the Judge Ate for Breakfast: A Hegelian Model of Retrospective Rationality (and Its Limits).

Mar 16th, 2021: Giulia La Rocca presented Rorty, Hegel and the History of Philosophy.

Apr 13th, 2021: Giovanna Luciano presented The Rose in the Cross of the Present. Žižek on Negativity and Subjectivity in Hegel.

Apr 20th, 2021: Alvise Capria presented Beyond the Political: Kérvegan as Reader of Hegel and Schmitt.

May 4th, 2021: Giovanna Miolli presented Logics, Conceptual Narratives and Figures. A Feminist Compostist Approach to Hegel.

May 18th, 2021: Giorgia Cecchinato presented Hegel and the Post-Colonial Thought.

May 25th, 2021: Matteo Caparrini presented Dieser sich vollbringende Skeptizismus. Hegel in Reza Negarestani’s Thought.

Jun 8th, 2021: Marco Ferrari presented Hegel’s Hallucinations. Alain Badiou and the Remake of Hegelian Philosophy.

June 22nd, 2021: Barbara Santini presented The Absolute and the Speculative: Dieter Henrich in Dialogue with Hegel

 

PADOVA HEGEL LECTURES

hegelpd organized a series of lectures with international Hegelian scholars in order to celebrate Hegel’s 250th birthday. Due to the pandemic, the lectures have been held online as Zoom meetings.

The fifth lecture, entitled ¿Filosofía del derecho sin Ciencia de la lógica? Un debate en curso, was held by Miguel Giusti on March 30th, 2021.

The sixth lecture, entitled Can Hegel’s Philosophy of Art help us to understand Contemporary Visual Culture?, was held by Paul Kottman on April 19th, 2021.

 

HEGELPD PRIZE

The prize is awarded to high-quality scientific contributions recently appeared in the field of Hegelian studies.

The hegelpd-prize 2021 goes to Christoph Menke’s volume Autonomie und Befreiung. Studien zu Hegel (Suhrkamp, 2018). Christoph Menke will be invited to Padova to present his work and to discuss it with the members of the research group at hegelpd and everyone who is interested, once it is possible to hold in-person seminars.

Due to the large number of outstanding works that have been nominated, it was considered to also award a mention to an article. This year’s mention for the hegelpd-prize goes to Berta M. Pérez, Hegel’s Time: Between Tragic Action and Modern History, which appeared in Hegel Bulletin, 40 (3), 464-483.

In addition, the editorial staff of hegelpd decided to give an honorable mention to the work of Klaus Vieweg dedicated to Hegel’s biography: Hegel: Der Philosoph der Freiheit (C.H. Beck, 2019).

 

AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

Armando Manchisi is post-doctoral fellow at the Cluster of Excellence “Religion und Politik”, at the University of Münster, under the supervision of Prof. Michael Quante (1st May 2021 – 30th April 2022). His research will address the problem of the philosophy of religion among German classical philosophy and its critique by the Young Hegelians.

Saša Hrnjez has been awarded an OEAD post-doc grant for a research stay at the Centre for Translation Studies (University of Vienna) and the Institute for Culture Studies (Austrian Academy of Sciences). His project is entitled “Translation and Hegemony: an Investigation on the Constitutive Process of Common Language”.

Giovanna Miolli has been awarded a MSCA Global Fellowship within the framework of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. Starting from January 2022, she will carry out her research under the supervision of Luca Illetterati and as a member of hegelpd. She will work on her project “Inclusive Rationality: Rearticulating Philosophy’s Social Role Through a Dialogue Among Dialectic Hegelian Conceptual Tools, Contemporary Metaphilosophy, and Gender Perspectives” in the period 2022-2024, and in cooperation with the Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina in Buenos Aires. 

 

NEW RELEASES

BOOKS AND JOURNALS

The Political Legacy of Classical German Philosophy, ed. by Luigi Filieri, Armando Manchisi and Sabina Tortorella, monographic section of «Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics», 23 (2), 2021, 7-253.

Morality, Ethics, Religion between Classical German Philosophy and Contemporary Thought. Studies in Honor of Francesca Menegoni, ed. by Luca Illetterati, Armando Manchisi, Michael Quante, Alessandro Esposito and Barbara Santini, Padova, Padova University Press, 2020.


ARTICLES

»Die Erhebung zu Gott ist für sich das Aufheben der Einseitigkeit der Subjektivität«. Hegels Vorlesungen über die Beweise vom Dasein Gottes anhand einer methodologischen Frage, by Giulia Bernard, in  Morality, Ethics, Religion between Classical German Philosophy and Contemporary Thought. Studies in Honor of Francesca Menegoni, ed. by L. Illetterati, A. Manchisi, M. Quante, A. Esposito and B. Santini, Padova University Press, Padova 2020, pp. 547-570.

L’ironia di Antigone nella lettura di Hegel, by Francesco Campana, in  Morality, Ethics, Religion between Classical German Philosophy and Contemporary Thought. Studies in Honor of Francesca Menegoni, ed. by L. Illetterati, A. Manchisi, M. Quante, A. Esposito and B. Santini, Padova University Press, Padova 2020, pp. 457-472.

Hegel’s Later Theory of Cognition: An Additive or Transformative Model?, by Luca Corti, «Hegel Bulletin», pp. 1-27.

The Notion of Sensation in Sellars’ Theory of Perception, by Luca Corti, «European Journal of Philosophy», 2021.

Priest su Kant e la seconda antinomia, by Davide Dalla Rosa, in Sul Dialeteismo. Lezioni padovane di Graham Priest e altri saggi sul dialeteismo, ed. by F. Mancini and M. Carrara, Padova University Press, Padova 2021, pp. 191-231.

Naissance de la cybernétique. Ripensare l’analisi foucaultiana del neoliberalismo da un punto di vista epistemologico (Tre affondi per un lavoro a venire), by Marco Ferrari, in Dieci anni di Universa, dieci anni di ricerca, ed. by G. Angelini and A. Esposito, Padova University Press, Padova 2021, 149-172.

La scommessa di Lacan, by Marco Ferrari in Leggere Da un Altro all’altro di Jacques Lacan, ed. by M.E. Villa, Galaad, Roma 2021, pp. 43-56.

Più che comunicazione: La traduzione come prassi socio-politica, by Saša Hrnjez, «Giornale Critico di Storia delle Idee», 1/2020, pp. 187-199.

Pensare e fare diversamente. Filosofia e traduzione, by Saša Hrnjez and Luca Illetterati, in Elena Nardelli, Al bivio della traduzione. Heidegger e Derrida, Padova University Press, Padova 2021, pp. 09-19.

Soggettività e traduzione. Dinamica traduttiva e ontologia del soggetto in Hegel, by Luca Illetterati and Saša Hrnjez, in Morality, Ethics, Religion between Classical German Philosophy and Contemporary Thought. Studies in Honor of Francesca Menegoni, ed. by  L. Illetterati, A. Manchisi, M. Quante, A. Esposito and B. Santini, Padova University Press, Padova 2020, pp. 787-814. 

Nature and Technology: Towards an Antinaturalistic Naturalism, by L. Illetterati, «Pólemos» 2 (2), 2020, pp. 15-33. 

“Nec plus ultra?” Il limite tra il sapere e il non sapere della ragione kantiana, by Giovanna Luciano, in Morality, Ethics, Religion between Classical German Philosophy and Contemporary Thought. Studies in Honor of Francesca Menegoni, ed. by L. Illetterati, A. Manchisi, M. Quante, A. Esposito and B. Santini, Padova University Press 2020, 91-104

Fra neutralità e riconoscimento. Il rapporto dello stato con la religione nei Lineamenti di filosofia del diritto, by Armando Manchisi, in Morality, Ethics, Religion between Classical German Philosophy and Contemporary Thought. Studies in Honor of Francesca Menegoni, ed. by L. Illetterati, A. Manchisi, M. Quante, A. Esposito and B. Santini, Padova University Press, Padova 2020, 753-786.

Scelta o scoperta? Il problema dell’identità personale in Amartya Sen, by Armando Manchisi, in Dieci anni di Universa, dieci anni di ricerca, ed. by G. Angelini and A. Esposito, Padova University Press, Padova 2021, 233-254.

Per un paradigma di continuità tra scienza e filosofia: Hegel e la metafilosofia contemporanea,  by Giovanna Miolli, in Morality, Ethics, Religion between Classical German Philosophy and Contemporary Thought. Studies in Honor of Francesca Menegoni, ed. by L. Illetterati, A. Manchisi, M. Quante, A. Esposito and B. Santini, Padova University Press, Padova 2020, pp. 815-858.

The Right and the Good in Hegel’s Social and Political Philosophy, by Armando Manchisi, «Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics», 23 (2), 2021, 39-58.

Il vero baratro della ragione: la questione dell’assolutamente necessario in Kant, by Barbara Santini, in Morality, Ethics, Religion between Classical German Philosophy and Contemporary Thought. Studies in Honor of Francesca Menegoni, ed. by L. Illetterati, A. Manchisi, M. Quante, A. Esposito and B. Santini, Padova University Press, Padova 2020, 245-256.

La necessità esemplare nell’estetica di Kant, by Annapaola Varaschin, in “Discipline filosofiche”, XXXI, 1, 2021, pp. 35-55. 

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Review of Elena Ficara, The Form of Truth. Hegel’s Philosophical Logic, by Giulia Bernard, Universa, Recensioni di Filosofia, 10 (1), 2021, pp. 46-51. 

Review of Walter Jaeschke, Hegels Philosophie, by Giulia Bernard, «Verifiche. Rivista di scienze umane» (L. 1/2021), pp. 264-271.

Review of Sandra Lapointe (ed.), Logic from Kant to Russell: Laying the Foundations for Analytic Philosophy, by Davide Dalla Rosa, “Argumenta”, 12, 2021, pp. 361-365.

Review of Haris Papoulias. Iconoclastia endogena. Una teoria dell’immagine hegeliana, by Saša Hrnjez, “Hegel Studien”, 55, 2021, pp. 281-284.

 

 OTHERS

Video-Book review, ed. by Francesco Campana, La fortuna di Hegel in Italia nell’Ottocento, ed. by M. Diamanti, Napoli, Bibliopolis, 2020 (participants: M. Diamanti, P. Lorenzini, M.F. Orsatti), «Multiverso/letture», 20/05/2021.

Interview by Francesco Campana  to Carla Benedetti on La letteratura ci salverà dall’estinzione, Torino, Einaudi, 2021 «Multiverso/letture», 11/06/2021. 

Found in translation: transformation as the essence of language, Interview with Luca Illetterati and Saša Hrnjez, no. 105, August-September 2021, CORDIS‘ Research*eu Magazine

 

WORKSHOPS AND TALKS

WORKSHOPS

Luca Corti, Luca Illetterati, Giovanna Miolli, Federico Sanguinetti, José Luiz Silva da Costa, Natura, politica e cosmopolitica. Percorsi teorici e metafilosofici tra pensiero amerindio e occidentale / Natureza, política e cosmopolítica. Percursos teóricos e metafilosóficos entre pensamento ameríndio e ocidental, University of Padua, Italy – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil (September 15, 17, 20, 2021).

Giulia Battistoni and Francesco Campana, Attraverso il sistema: criticità e guadagni teorici del pensiero hegeliano a 250 anni dalla nascita, Naples, Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (September 30 – October 2, 2021) 

Giovanna Luciano, Guglielmo Califano, Lorenzo Serini, La ragione impura. Sulla filosofia di Remo Bodei, Napoli: Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (October 7-8, 2021)

Annagiulia Canesso, Giovanna Luciano, Giovanna Miolli, Marta Vero, Immaginare nuovi mondi. Critiche e visioni femministe tra marginalità e possibilità, Napoli: Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (October 15-16, 2021) 

 

TALKS

Giulia Bernard, Guest Lecture for Theoretical Philosophy (B) (BA 20/21): Hegel’s Differenzschrift (May 6, 2021)

Giulia Bernard, Guest Lecture for Philosophy of Religion (MA 21/22): Jacobi’s Spinoza and Anti-Spinoza (May 7, 2021)

Giulia Bernard, Guest Lecture for Philosophy of Religion (MA 21/22): »Der Mensch hat keine Freyheit« »Der Mensch hat Freyheit« in Jacobi’s Über die Lehre des Spinoza (May 13, 2021)

Giulia Bernard, “The Fact of Philosophy is Knowledge that has already been prepared”: Facticity in/of Hegel’s Encyclopedic Account of Freedom, 33rd International Hegel Congress of the International Hegel Society, online (June 21-25, 2021).

Francesco Campana, Guest Lecture for History of Aesthetics (BA 21/22): Introduzione all’Estetica di Hegel, online (April 22, 2021)

Francesco Campana, Zum Verhältnis von Kunst und Politik in der klassischen deutschen Philosophie, Workshop “Die Gegenwart der klassischen europäischen Philosophie”, University of Vienna (September 22, 2021)

Francesco Campana, Discussion of Birgit Sandkaulen’s talk, Vergangenheit der Kunst? Epistemologische Rückfragen an Hegels kulturphilosophisches Konzept, Workshop Attraverso il sistema: criticità e guadagni teorici del pensiero hegeliano a 250 anni dalla nascita, Naples (September 30-October 2, 2021).

Luca Corti, What the Judge Had for Breakfast: A Blind Spot in Robert Brandom’s Account of Recollective Rationality?, Workshop, on Brandom’s A Spirit of Trust from a Logical Point of View, Paderborn University (online) (July 14th-15th, 2021). 

Luca Corti, The Logical Form of an Organism: Hegel, Naturalism and Biological Autonomy, Conference Understanding Hegel. The Next Generation, Institute of Philosophy, University of Potsdam, Potsdam (August 19-20, 2021). 

Luca Corti, Naturalismo dialettico e seconda natura. A partire da Hegel. Convegno Tecnica e Coesistenza. Prospettive fenomenologiche e antropologiche, Napoli: Università Federico II (September 8-10, 2021). 

Luca Corti, Comments on Italo Testa, Attraverso il sistema: criticità e guadagni teorici del pensiero hegeliano a 250 anni dalla nascita, Napoli: Istituto Italiano per gli Studi filosofici, Napoli (September 30 – October 2, 2021).

Laura Dequal, The Denaturalization of Nature. Hegel, Art, and the Environmental Aesthetics, 14th International Summer Conference of the International Institute of Applied Aesthetics (IIAA) under the title Aesthetics in the Age of Environmental Crises, online (Zoom) (June 3-5, 2021).

Laura Dequal, Anne Imhof: sulla relazione non oppositiva tra natura e tecnica, Secondo Convegno di Filosofia Teoretica “Natura e tecnica”, Napoli (October 14-16, 2021).

Marco Ferrari, L’Uno è, l’Uno non è, c’è dell’Uno, Ciclo di seminari. Lettura inquieta del Seminario XIX di Jacques Lacan, Roma: Fondazione Baruchello (June 15, 2021).

Saša Hrnjez, How can we think a common language? Translation as political practice, Seminar “Questions de traduction: entre analogie et numérisation”, Collège International de Philosophie, Paris (March 18, 2021).

Saša Hrnjez,The right time of being late: Some reflections on the affinity between philosophy and translation, Online Seminar “Philosophy in/on Translation” (September 10, 2021).

Luca Illetterati, Declinazioni del concetto di natura tra ontologia e storia, Napoli: Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (September 27-29, 2021).

Giulia La Rocca, Guest Lecture for Theoretical Philosophy (B) (BA 20/21): G. W. F. Hegel, «Sull’essenza della critica filosofica in generale e sul suo rapporto con lo stato attuale della filosofia in particolare» (1802) (May 12, 2021).

Giovanna Luciano: Guest Lecture for Theoretical Philosophy (B) (BA 20/21): Storia e geografia della ragione kantiana (April 24, 2021).

Giovanna Luciano, L’istinto del pensiero. Sull’interpretazione di Hegel di Remo Bodei, La ragione impura. Sulla filosofia di Remo Bodei, Napoli, Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (October, 07-08, 2021) 

Giovanna Luciano, Discussion of Marie Moïse’s talk Kinlessness. Una lettura femminista decoloniale del corpo sradicato, Workshop Immaginare nuovi mondi. Critiche e visioni femministe tra marginalità e possibilità, Napoli, Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (October 15-16, 2021). 

Armando Manchisi, Realização individual como comprometimento social na Filosofia do Direito de Hegel, Colóquio de Ética e Filosofia Política, 200 Anos da Filosofia do Direito de Hegel, Recife (May 11-13, 2021).

Armando Manchisi, How can the Good be Objective? The Practical Idea in Hegel’s Logic, Congress Examining the End of Hegel’s Logic: Objectivity, Idea and Nature, Warwick (September 9-11, 2021).

Armando Manchisi, Discussion of Paolo Giuspoli’s talk, La forma concettuale del reale. Rileggere la Scienza della logica oggi, Workshop Attraverso il sistema: criticità e guadagni teorici del pensiero hegeliano a 250 anni dalla nascita, Napoli: Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (September 30 – October 2, 2021).

Armando Manchisi, The Logic of Self-Realization in Hegel’s Philosophy of Right, 7th International Conference of the Spanish Society for Hegelian Studies: Hegel and the Philosophy of Right, Malaga (October 13-15, 2021).

Giovanna Miolli, Discussion of Luca Illetterati’s talk La filosofia hegeliana della filosofia, Workshop Attraverso il sistema: criticità e guadagni teorici del pensiero hegeliano a 250 anni dalla nascita, Napoli: Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, (September 30 – October 2, 2021).

Giovanna Miolli, Discussion of Valentina Bortolami’s talk Teorizzare è una pratica materiale. Un altro tipo di epistemologia, Workshop Immaginare nuovi mondi. Critiche e visioni femministe tra marginalità e possibilità, Napoli: Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici (October 15-16, 2021). 

Barbara Santini, »die erste Bedingung alles Lebens und aller Organisation«. Bemerkungen über Hölderlins Begriff „Natur”, International Online Conference Der Naturbegriff im Deutschen Idealismus, München (April 8-10, 2020).

 

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

Luca Illetterati: Theoretical Philosophy (B) (BA 20/21): I. Kant’s and G.W.F. Hegel’s concept of Philosophy

Didactics of Philosophy (MA 21/22): Teaching philosophy in school: its theoretical justification, its development, and the relation of philosophy and history of philosophy

Giovanna Miolli: Philosophical Anthropology (Genoa, BA 20/21): 1) Framework of the historical-theoretical categories of the human being in contemporary philosophical anthropology. 2) New strategies and solutions to issues of anthropocentrismus and anthropocene by feminist philosophies (Donna Haraway, Rosi Braidotti)

Barbara Santini: Philosophy of Religion (BA 20/21): The Pantheismusstreit and the implication of rationalism, atheism and fatalism: Jacobi and Kant in comparison

Theoretical Philosophy (ISSR 20/21): The relationship between rationality and belief: a comparison between Kant’s theory of ‘holding for true’ and Jacobi’s epistemic conception of ‘revelation’

Moral Philosophy (ISSR 20/21): Man as an end in himself and the realm of ends: the problematic structure of the foundation of the principle of morality in Kant

Philosophical Seminar (ISSR 20/21): The concept of “recognition” as a moral act and epistemic process: an intersection between A. Honneth’s historical-conceptual geography and P. Ricoeur’s linguistic-phenomenological analysis

Philosophy of Religion (MA 21/22): The relationship between finite and infinite as an original dimension of religion in Kant, Hölderlin and Hegel: analogy, repetition, speculation

Gabriele Tomasi: Philosophy of Art (MA 20/21): The relation of poetry and philosophical knowledge in Kant’s Critique of Judgement and Hegel’s Aesthetics

History of Aesthetics (BA 21/22): Kant’s Critique of Judgement, Fichte’s Fundamental Principles of the Entire Science of Knowledge

 

OTHER NEWS

Pablo Pulgar Moya (University of Santiago de Chile) is visiting professor at the University of Padova

 

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New Release: Fernando Huesca Ramón, “Economía política clásica en Hegel. Valor, capital y eticidad” (Editorial Biblos, 2021)

We are glad to give notice of the release of the volume Economía política clásica en Hegel. Valor, capital y eticidad, by Fernando Huesca Ramón (Editorial Biblos, 2021).

From the publisher’s website (in Spanish):

Considerar a Hegel como lector e interlocutor crítico de la economía política clásica abre una serie de interrogantes metodológicos y teórico-prácticos a la fecha: ¿cuál es la relación del discurso filosófico con su presente sociohistórico?, ¿de qué manera se ha concebido la articulación economía-política, desde los griegos y otros mundos históricos hasta la Modernidad?, ¿el Estado moderno cumple su función esencial al proteger la propiedad privada y las relaciones contractuales entre ciudadanos libres?, ¿hay manera de resolver de fondo los problemas intrínsecos del capitalismo, en el marco del capitalismo mismo?, ¿qué alternativas teóricas se han generado frente a la economía política clásica y Hegel, en materia de teoría social y económica? En este texto buscamos ofrecer una orientación científica y bibliográfica alrededor de estas cuestiones. Nuestro examen de los conceptos de valor y de capital en Smith, Say, Ricardo y Hegel busca evidenciar la inserción y operatividad de conceptos económicos clásicos en el marco de una concepción idealista del mundo como la hegeliana. En el sistema de Hegel se encuentra la economía política como un momento necesario y como una instancia de reflexión que ofrece motivos de orientación para las complicadas relaciones entre ciencia, academia, sociedad y economía en el presente. Un gran motivo hegeliano es el de la síntesis y la recapitulación; podemos considerar que en el viejo Hegel se encuentra un resumen sumario de todo el pensamiento económico hasta sus días, y una apuesta por generar una teoría económica de utilidad abiertamente práctica. Apostamos por explorar el pensamiento hegeliano de manera intensiva, para encontrar inspiraciones metodológicas y teóricas para los problemas graves del presente en materia social y ambiental.

 

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Conference: “Warum Religion heute? Zur Aktualität von Hegels Religionsphilosophie” (Linz, 1-3 December 2021)

We are pleased to give notice of the Tagung des Internationalen Netzwerkes Hegels Relevanz Warum Religion heute? Zur Aktualität von Hegels Religionsphilosophie. Ein Nachtrag zu Hegels 250. Geburtstag,which will take place at the Katholische Privatuniversität Linz, 1-3 December 2021. The conference is organized by Ass.-Prof. DDr. Max Gottschlich, Katholische Privatuniversität Linz.

The number of participants is limited. Registration for the conference at KU Linz is required by 10.11.2021 at hegellinz@gmail.com.
You will then be informed about the possibility of participation. The conference will be held in accordance with the current Corona regulations.

You can download the program here.

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Mittwoch, 1.12.2021
13:00
13:15 Begrüßung und Einführung, Max Gottschlich (Linz)
13:15
14:15 ERÖFFNUNGSVORTRAG, Paul Cobben (Amsterdam), Die Bedeutung der Religion in der „Phänomenologie des Geistes“
14:
15 15:00 Gaetano Basileo (Rom), Geschichte des Selbstbewusstseins und systematische Relevanz der Religion bei Hegel und beim späten Fichte
Kaffeepause
15:15 16:15 Alberto Siani (Pisa), Zwischen Kunstreligion und absolutem Wissen: die „Tragödie im Sittlichen“
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6:15 17:00 Ermylos Plevrakis (Heidelberg), Religionsphilosophie und Philosophische Theologie. Ihr Unterschied und Zusammenhang aus der Sicht des reifen Hegels
17:00 18:00 Friedrike Schick (Tübingen), Hegels Kritik des kosmologischen Gottesbeweises

Donnerstag, 2.12.2021
9:00
10:00 Werner Schmitt (Altdorf/Nürnberg), Vernunft und Religion
10:
00 10:45 Sebastian Böhm (Dresden), Von der Nutzlosigkeit der Religion
Kaffeepause

11:
00 12:00 Theodoros Penolidis (Tessaloniki), Das Christentum
Mittagspause

14.
00 15:00 Tereza Matějčková (Prag), Die sakrifizielle Struktur von Hegels Ich
15:00
15:45 Morteza Fakharian (Göttingen), Sind bestimmte Religionen unvollendet?
Kaffeepause

16:00
16:45 Amit Kravitz (München), Zwischen Beurteilung und Aufhebung. Das Problem der Verdeutlichung positiver Religionen bei Kant und Hegel am Beispiel des Judentums

Abendprogramm
18:30
19:30 Lesung aus der neuen HegelBiographie von und mit Prof. Dr. Klaus VIEWEG (Jena).
Oberösterreichische Landesbibliothek
Lesesaal „Altes Buch“, 2. Stock (Schillerplatz 2 4020 Linz).
Anmeldung
per Mail unter Anmeldung.Landesbibliothek@ooe.gv.at (Stichwort „Hegel“) erforderlich. Informationen über die CovidMaßnahmen werden einige Tage vor der Veranstaltung gegeben. Die Lesung wird von der KU Linz und der Oberösterreichische Landesbibliothek veranstaltet.

Freitag, 3.12. 2021
9.00
10.00 Bart Labuschagne (Leiden), Führen Säkularisierung und religiöse Pluralisierung zur ‘Entsittlichung’? Gefährdete Grundlagen von Recht und Staat
10.
00 10.45 Gregor Schäfer (Basel), Immanenz und Transzendenz. Überlegungen zum Prozess der Säkularisierung in der Perspektive des absoluten Geistes
Kaffeepause
11.00 11:45 Robert König (Wien), Parakletos. Hegel und Johannes
Imbiss

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2:15 13:00 Olga Navrátilová (Prag), „Es ist ein Begriff der Freiheit in Religion und Staat“: Die Bedeutung der Religion für den modernen Säkularstaat
13:00
14:00 ABSCHLUSSVORTRAG, Benno Zabel (Bonn), Religion und Politik

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New Release: Jon Stewart, “Hegel’s Century. Alienation and Recognition in a Time of Revolution” (Cambridge University Press, 2021)

We are glad to give notice of the release of the volume Hegel’s Century. Alienation and Recognition in a Time of Revolution by Jon Stewart (Cambdrige University Press, 2021).

From the publisher’s website:

The remarkable lectures that Hegel gave in Berlin in the 1820s generated an exciting intellectual atmosphere which lasted for decades. From the 1830s, many students flocked to Berlin to study with people who had studied with Hegel, and both his original students, such as Feuerbach and Bauer, and later arrivals including Kierkegaard, Engels, Bakunin, and Marx, evolved into leading nineteenth-century thinkers. Jon Stewart’s panoramic study of Hegel’s deep influence upon the nineteenth century in turn reveals what that century contributed to the wider history of philosophy. It shows how Hegel’s notions of ‘alienation’ and ‘recognition’ became the central motifs for the era’s thinking; how these concepts spilled over into other fields – like religion, politics, literature, and drama; and how they created a cultural phenomenon so rich and pervasive that it can truly be called ‘Hegel’s century.’ This book is required reading for historians of ideas as well as of philosophy.

 

New Release: Jon Stewart, "Hegel's Century. Alienation and Recognition in a Time of Revolution" (Cambridge University Press, 2021)

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New Release: Dalia Nassar, Kristin Gjesdal (Eds.), “Women Philosophers in the Long Nineteenth Century” (Oxford University Press, 2021)

We are glad to give notice of the release of the volume Women Philosophers in the Long Nineteenth Century, edited by Dalia Nassar and Kristin Gjesdal (Oxford University Press, 2021).

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From the publisher’s website:

The long nineteenth-century—the period beginning with the French Revolution and ending with World War I—was a transformative period for women philosophers in German-speaking countries and contexts. The period spans romanticism and idealism, socialism, Nietzscheanism, and phenomenology, philosophical movements we most often associate with Hegel, Schopenhauer, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, and Marx—but rarely with women. Yet women philosophers not only contributed to these movements, but also spearheaded debates about their social and political implications. While today their works are less well-known than those of their male contemporaries, many of these women philosophers were widely-read and influential in their own time. Their contributions shed important new light on nineteenth-century philosophy and philosophy more generally: revealing the extent to which various movements which we consider distinct were joined, and demonstrating the degree to which philosophy can transform lives and be transformed by lived experiences and practices.

In the nineteenth century, women philosophers explored a wide range of philosophical topics and styles. Working within and in dialogue with popular philosophical movements, women philosophers helped shape philosophy’s agenda and provided unique approaches to existential, political, aesthetic, and epistemological questions. Though largely deprived formal education and academic positions, women thinkers developed a way of philosophizing that was accessible, intuitive, and activist in spirit. The present volume makes available to English-language readers—in many cases for the first time—the works of nine women philosophers, with the hope of stimulating further interest in and scholarship on their works. The volume includes a comprehensive introduction to women philosophers in the nineteenth century and introduces each philosopher and her position. The translations are furnished with explanatory footnotes. The volume is designed to be accessible to students as well as scholars.

 

Below you can find the Table of Contents:

Editors’ Introduction
Translation, Acknowledgements, Sources

Chapter One: Germaine de Staël
Introduction
On Women Writers
Kant
On the Influence of the New Philosophy on the Sciences

Chapter Two: Karoline von Günderrode
Introduction
Fichte’s TheVocation of Humankind
Philosophy of Nature
The Idea of Nature
The Idea of the Earth

Chapter Three: Bettina Brentano von Arnim
Introduction
Günderode

Chapter Four: Hedwig Dohm
Introduction
Nietzsche and Women
The New Mother
The Old Woman
On the Sexual Morality of Women

Chapter Five: Clara Zetkin
Introduction
For the Liberation of Women
Women’s Suffrage
Save the Scottsboro Boys!

Chapter Six: Lou Salomé
Introduction
Selections from The Erotic

Chapter Seven: Rosa Luxemburg
Introduction
Wage Labor, selections from Introduction to Political Economy

Chapter Eight: Edith Stein
Introduction
Selections from On Empathy
Chapter Nine: Gerda Walther
Introduction
A Contribution to the Ontology of Social Communities (selections)

Bibliography for Editors’ Introductions
Bibliography for Translated Text

New Release: Dalia Nassar, Kristin Gjesdal (Eds.), "Women Philosophers in the Long Nineteenth Century"

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Online cycle of seminars: “Schelling, ineludible” (27th October-24th November, online w/registration)

We are pleased to give notice of the cycle of seminars Schelling, ineludible which will take place on Zoom with registration, 27th October-24th November 2021 (h. 15.00 UTC-3). The conference is organized by the Centro de Estudios de Hermenéutica de la Universidad Nacional de San Martin (UNSAM).

To participate, please register at hermeutica@unsam.edu.ar.

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El pensamiento de Shelling puede resultar tan asombroso como desconcertante, por ello o exige ultimar recaudos, casi siempre insuficientes, o alimentar la excusa de poder pasar la filosofía sin sentir la necesidad de rozar siquiera su obra.

Sin embargo, aquellos que se deciden a estudiarla no se quedan con las manos vacías. La obra de Schelling exige del lector una apertura inicial que le permita percibir la diversidad que se reúnan en ella. Mitología, ciencias naturales, física especultativa, historia, teología, teosofía, convergen en la trama filosófica de su pensamiento; la cual no sólo permite apreciar la reformulación y la ampliación de la filosofía kantiana, sino que, además, se descubren valiosas contribuciones para la filosofía contemporánea.

En estos cuatro encuentros se intentará trazar un recorrido por algunos de los conceptos fundamentales del pensamiento de Schelling en distintos momentos de su obra, ofreciendo, de esta manera, algunas perspectivas en torno a su lectura.

Program of seminars:

27 October 2021
Mario Gómez Pedrido: Arte y naturaleza

03 November 2021
Carolina Jürgens: La esencia de la libertad humana

17 November 2021
Jorge Eduardo Fernández: Tiempo y libertad en las Edades del mundo

24 November 2011
Ana Carrasco Conde: Filosofia de la mitología

 

 

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Ciclo seminariale: Diego Bubbio “Leggere Hegel: Pinkard, Pippin, Redding” (18, 25 October 2021)

Siamo lietɜ di dare notizia che i primi due incontri del ciclo I seminari del diaporein 2021/22, dal titolo Leggere Hegel: Pinkard, Pippin, Redding, tenuti da Diego Bubbio, si svolgeranno il 18 e il 25 ottobre 2021 a presso l’Università Vita Salute San Raffaele, via Borromeo 41, Cesare Maderno.

È possibile seguire il seminario in diretta streaming a questo link.

Per ulteriori informazioni, consultare il sito.

Ciclo seminariale: Diego Bubbio "Leggere Hegel: Pinkard, Pippin, Redding" (18 October 2021)

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