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LEUVEN SEMINAR: Luis Fellipe Garcia: “A Dynamical Concept of Matter: The Kantian Source of Schelling’s Philosophy of Nature” (22 April 2021)

We are glad to give notice that Luis Fellipe Garcia (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München) will give the talk A Dynamical Concept of Matter: The Kantian Source of Schelling’s Philosophy of Nature at the Leuven Seminar in Classical German Philosophy (22 April 2021, 5:00-6:00 pm CET, Zoom). Respondent will be Eckhard Förster (Johns Hopkins University).

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Abstract:

Schelling’s philosophy of nature is commonly associated with a romantic metaphysics of life detached from the empirical praxis of natural sciences. Even his defenders, who claim that Schelling’s enterprise was addressing the shortcomings of Fichte’s philosophy, often subscribe to this general image of a speculative metaphysics of life. There is some truth to this assessment, but, on my account, it remains one-sided. This paper challenges this view based on a shift of perspective. I claim that Schelling’s original concern was not to develop a metaphysics of life, but to elaborate a concept of matter capable of assuring the uniformity of nature as a whole. I argue that once this shift from life to matter is made, one of the main sources of Schelling’s enterprise comes to the fore, namely: Kant’s Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Science. On my account, Schelling saw on Kant’s dynamical conception of matter, extracted from the Metaphysical Foundations, a precious tool to face the scientific challenges of his time, especially as regards chemistry and the phenomena of electricity.

Please register through the website in order to receive the Zoom link. Email: classicalgermanphilosophy@kuleuven.be

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Lezione: Temi e problemi della filosofia classica tedesca: Alvise Capria, ”Oltre il Politico? Kervégan lettore di Hegel e Schmitt” (Padova, 20 aprile 2021)

Siamo lieti di comunicare che il 20 aprile 2021, in occasione del nono incontro del ciclo di lezioni “Temi e problemi della filosofia classica tedesca: Hegel nella filosofia contemporanea”, Alvise Capria (Università di Padova) presenterà una relazione dal titolo Oltre il Politico? Kervégan lettore di Hegel e Schmitt. Discussant sarà Matteo Caparrini (Università di Padova).

La lezione, interna al Corso di Dottorato di Ricerca in Filosofia, si svolgerà a partire dalle ore 16:30 in streaming tramite la piattaforma Zoom.

Abstract

La relazione intende concentrarsi sulla specifica linea di ricerca intrapresa da Jean-François Kervégan nel momento in cui decide di confrontarsi con il pensiero di Schmitt e Hegel affrontando il problema del politico moderno. L’approccio si dimostra puntuale e interessante, giacché la scelta di questi due autori permette non tanto di recuperare la carsica linea d’espressione che conduce infine ad esplicitare la logica dei concetti politici moderni, bensì a porsi al di là di questo movimento, comprendendolo nel momento in cui si riescono a dischiudere i presupposti tramite i quali i concetti moderni si cristallizzano. Kervégan fa incontrare i due autori sul piano della Wirklichkeit, non tanto per proporre un banalissimo raffronto di posizioni, bensì per dimostrare, oltre le necessarie somiglianze e differenze, anche il debito intellettuale più o meno implicito che Schmitt ricaverebbe da Hegel: partendo – in senso cronologicamente controintuitivo, ma comunque illuminante – da quella che Kervégan chiama la ‘Metafisica della positività’ schmittiana si giunge all’effettiva razionalità del politico hegeliana, al fine di constatare (attraverso il passaggio obbligato di un concetto determinante come quello di ‘Stato totale’) in che modo Schmitt rifiuti una concezione positivista della positività, e ritrovi proprio in Hegel la possibilità di un superamento – anche se, paradossalmente, contra Hegel stesso – del concetto moderno di Stato.

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G. Tomasi: gabriele.tomasi@unipd.it

 

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EVENT: Leuven Kant Conference Online (27-28 May 2021)

We are glad to announce that the Leuven Kant Conference 2021 will take place online on 27-28 May, 2021. The conference is organized by Karin de Boer, Arnaud Pelletier, Henny Blomme, Stephen Howard, Luciano Perulli, and Pierpaolo Betti. Keynote speakers are Manfred Baum (Bergische Universität Wuppertal), Andrea Esser (Friedrich-Schiller Universität Jena) and Brandon C. Look (University of Kentucky).

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Format

The three keynote lectures will be followed by a response and brief Q&A. The 15 selected papers (3000-4000 words) will be circulated in advance. During the sessions, a short introduction by the presenter will be followed by questions and discussion based on the pre-circulated papers. In order to allow as many people as possible to participate, the conference takes place between 14.00 – 19.00 CET.

Panels

1. The Republican Elements of Kant’s Philosophy
2. Issues in Epistemology
3. Issues in Ethics
4. Space and Time
5. Kant and the Sciences
6. Issues in the Critique of Judgment

Registration

Registration is free but obligatory. Please register at the conference website. You will receive the Zoom links by email shortly before the start of the conference. Deadline for registration: May 18.

For the full program, registration tool, and further information, please visit the conference website.

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CFP: Studia Hegeliana (7/2021)

We are glad to give notice that the Call for Papers, Book Reviews, and Critical Notes of Studia Hegeliana. Journal of the Spanish Society for Hegelian Studies is open until September 1, 2021. 

Below you can find the text of the call and the terms for submission.

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Studia Hegeliana. Journal of the Spanish Society for Hegelian Studies invites for submissions for its next volume (year 2021), in one of the following modalities:

  • Papers: original research on Hegel, not submitted for review in other publications in parallel. Articles will be evaluated by the peer review procedure —blind—. Maximum length 7,000 words.
  • Debates and Notes: original research related to Hegel, not submitted for review in other publications in parallel. Notes will be evaluated by the peer review procedure —blind—. Maximum length 3,500 words.
  • Critical translations or research materials: original and as always related to Hegel research, not submitted for review in other publications in parallel. They will be evaluated by the peer review procedure —blind—. Maximum length 6,000 words.
  • Reviews: reviews of current books, published in recent years. Reviews and notes will be evaluated only by the Editorial Committee. Maximum length: 2,000 words.

Deadline for submission: September 1, 2021.

To submit your text, please do so through https://revistas.uma.es/index.php/shegel/index registering as an author and following the instructions provided by the system.

Submissions guidelines: https://revistas.uma.es/index.php/shegel/about/submissions

For more information, please visit this link.

 

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HPD – Padova Hegel Lectures 2020: Paul Kottman: “Can Hegel’s Philosophy of Art help us to understand Contemporary Visual Culture?” (Lecture on Zoom, April 19th, 2021)

In order to celebrate the 250th anniversary of Hegel’s birth, hegelpd has launched the Padova Hegel Lectures: a series of lectures given by international Hegel scholars, aimed at exploring Hegelian philosophy as a whole, investigating its main insights as well as its relevance for contemporary concerns.

We are very glad to announce that the next lecture will be given by Paul Kottman (New School for Social Research). The title of the Lecture is Can Hegel’s Philosophy of Art help us to understand Contemporary Visual Culture?

The lecture will take place on Zoom on April 19th, 2021, at 17:30 (GMT+2). To sign up, please email info@hegelpd.it for the Zoom link.

Abstract

Hegel’s exclusion of touch (and taste and smell) from the purview of fine art, which limits itself to the “theoretical senses” of sight and hearing, need not mean that touch is not theoretical. Instead it could mean that the theoretical significance of touch cannot be grasped artistically; and that is a lesson which art, exclusively, teaches. Read this way, Hegel’s philosophy of art offers unique resources for a critique of our contemporary visual culture and its obliviousness to the moral and theoretical implications of how human beings are touched, or touch one another.

 

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NEW RELEASE: Julian Wuerth (ed.), “The Cambridge Kant Lexicon” (Cambridge University Press, 2021)

We are glad to give notice of the release of the new book The Cambridge Kant Lexicon, edited by Julian Wuerth (Cambridge University Press, 2021).

From the publisher’s website:

Immanuel Kant is widely recognized as one of the most important Western philosophers since Aristotle. His thought has had, and continues to have, a profound effect on every branch of philosophy, including ethics, metaphysics, epistemology, aesthetics, political philosophy, and philosophy of religion. This Lexicon contains detailed and original entries by 130 leading Kant scholars, covering Kant’s most important concepts as well as each of his writings. Part I covers Kant’s notoriously difficult philosophical concepts, providing entries on these individual ‘trees’ of Kant’s philosophical system. Part II, by contrast, provides an overview of the ‘forest’ of Kant’s philosophy, with entries on each of his published works and on each of his sets of lectures and personal reflections. This part is arranged chronologically, revealing not only the broad sweep of Kant’s thought but also its development over time. Professors, graduate students, and undergraduates will value this landmark volume.

For further information, please visit the publisher’s website.

 

NEW RELEASE: Julian Wuerth, "The Cambridge Kant Lexicon" (Cambridge, 2021) 1

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VI CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE LA ALEF: “Fichte en las Américas” (14-17 April, 2021)

We are glad to announce that VI Congreso Internacional de la ALEF (Asociación Latinoamericana de Estudios sobre Fichte) Fichte en las Américas, will take place on Zoom from 14 to 17 April, 2021.

To sign up: https://alef.hypotheses.org.

You can find below the program of the event.

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14th April, 2021

11:00 – 13:30

Palabras de apertura “Fichte en las Américas”
Mariano Gaudio, Sandra Palermo y Jimena Solé

Las Asociaciones / The Societies
Gabriel Gottlieb – The North American Fichte Society
Emiliano Acosta y Thiago Santoro – ALEF
Matteo D’Alfonso – Internationale Fichte-Gesellschaft

Günter Zöller (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Deutschland) “Et in America ego. Fichte’s Liberal and Egalitarian Critique of Colonization, Servitude and Slavery”

14:30 – 16:30

1. Elizabeth Millán Brusslan (DePaul University, Chicago, USA) “Fichte’s Wissenschaftslehre and the Rise of Positivism in Latin America”

2. Jakub Kloc-Konkołowicz (Uniwersytet Warszawski, Poland) “Pragmatismus als Idealismus. Peirce, Fichte und der radikale Anti-Cartesianismus”

3. Vicente Serrano (Universidad Austral, Chile) “Nación y emancipación en Fichte”

4. Francisco Prata Gaspar (Universidade Federal de São Carlos, Brasil) “Sobre reconhecimento, consciência comum e a morte do leiteiro”


15th April

11:00 – 13:00

1. Thiago Santoro (Universidade Federal de Goiás, Brasil) “Tríplice revolução fichtiana: notas para um pensamento latino-americano mais livre”

2. Luis Felipe García (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Deutschland) “«A Wissenschaftslehre não é um livro» – A filosofia para além das letras europeias”

3. Emiliano Acosta (Vrije Universiteit Brussel / Ghent University, Belgium) “Cerca de la revolución. Dilemas de la emancipación en Monteagudo y Fichte”

4. Jimena Solé (Conicet / Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina) “La tarea emancipadora de la filosofía latinoamericana: el espíritu fichteano en la letra de J. B. Alberdi”

13:30 – 15:30

1. Marina F. Bykova (North Carolina State University, USA) “On the Reception of Fichte in the US: Some Contemporary Issues”

2. Robert O’Shea Brown (York University, Canada) “The Embrace of Mutual Exclusion: Constructing Subjectivity at Fichte’s Border Wall”

3. Federico Vicum (Conicet / Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina) “Fichte y el yo democrático según Walt Whitman”

4. Federico Ferraguto (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná, Curitiba, Brasil) “Intuição intelectual reloaded”

16:00 – 18:00

1. Luciano Carlos Utteich (Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Paraná, Brasil) “História, Dialética e Retórica em J. G. Fichte e P. Antônio Vieira”

2. Gabriel Almeida Assumpção (Faculdade Jesuíta de Filosofia e Teologia, Brasil) “Em que medida o “Tomismo transcendental” concilia hilemorfismo e subjetividade? A presença de Maréchal e de Fichte nos cursos de filosofia da natureza de Lima Vaz”

3. Paz Lamas (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina) “Fichte y Korn: Algunos mensajes para espíritus libres”

4. Alberto Sandoval (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina) “Fichte y Rojas”


16th April

11:00 – 13:00

1. Marco Rampazzo Bazzan (Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo, Brasil) “Por una verdadera independencia ayer como hoy. La experiencia del gobierno de la Unidad Popular bajo el prisma de la economía política de Fichte”

2. Dr. Jorge Prendas-Solano (Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica/Universidad de Costa Rica) “La recepción del pensamiento de J.G. Fichte en Costa Rica: la interpretación de Francisco Álvarez González”

3. Mariano Gaudio (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina) “El Fichte de Taborda”

4. Santiago J. Napoli (Conicet / Universidad Nacional del Sur, Argentina) “La tercera posición de Fichte. Comunidade individuo en el proyecto idealista de Perón”

14:00 – 16:00

1. João Geraldo Martins da Cunha (Universidade Federal de Lavras, Brasil) “A presença de Fichte na formação de uma tradição filosófica brasileira: Considerações sobre o legado de Rubens Rodrigues Torres Filho”

2. Vinicius Berlendis de Figueiredo (Universidade Federal do Paraná / CNPq, Brasil) “Reflexão e política em Rubens Torres Filho, intérprete da Wissenschafstlehre”

3. Giorgia Ceccinato (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brasil) “Fichte em Torino, em São Paulo”

4. Christian Klotz (Universidade Federal de Goiás, Brasil) “A questão de uma possível influência fichtiana no pensamento de Raimundo de Farias Brito”

16:30 – 18:00

Yolanda Estes “The Reception and Development of J. G. Fichte’s Account of Gender, Marriage, and Family in the Americas”


17th April

11:00 – 13:00

1. Manuel Tangorra (Universidad Católica de Lovaina, Bélgica) “Modernidad y periferia. Auto-determinación popular y descolonización del pensamiento a la luz del Fichte tardío.”

2. Gonzalo Santaya (Conicet / Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina) “Escatología cristiana e historia universal, de Fichte a Deleuze: perspectivas sobre la colonización de América y el ‘fin de los tiempos’”

3. Fernando Wirzt (University of Tübingen, Germany / Kyoto University, Japan) “Lo ‘salvaje’ en Fichte y Schelling: una lectura postcolonial del idealismo”

4. Lucas Damián Scarfia (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina) “La presencia de la metafísica fichteana del Sehnen en obras poéticas de Esteban Echeverría y de José Mármol. Continuidades entre el idealismo y el romanticismo alemán y el romanticismo argentino en torno a la figura del peregrino”

14:00 – 15:30

Virginia López Domínguez “Ecos y reverberaciones: la voz de Fichte en la independencia de los países sudamericanos”

 

VI CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE LA ALEF: "Fichte en las Américas" (14-17 April, 2021)

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Lezione: Temi e problemi della filosofia classica tedesca: Giovanna Luciano, “La rosa nella croce del presente. Žižek su negatività e soggettività in Hegel” (Padova, 13 aprile 2021)

Siamo lieti di comunicare che il 13 aprile 2021, in occasione dell’ottavo incontro del ciclo di lezioni “Temi e problemi della filosofia classica tedesca: Hegel nella filosofia contemporanea”, Giovanna Luciano (Università di Padova/Western Sydney University) presenterà una relazione dal titolo La rosa nella croce del presente. Žižek su negatività e soggettività in Hegel. Discussant sarà Saša Hrnjez (Università di Padova).

La lezione, interna al Corso di Dottorato di Ricerca in Filosofia, si svolgerà a partire dalle ore 16:30 in streaming tramite la piattaforma Zoom.

Abstract

L’intervento prende in considerazione il confronto di Žižek con Hegel in relazione al tema della comprensione e della critica filosofica del presente. A partire dall’idea di una radicalizzazione del criticismo e della scissione kantiana a opera di Hegel, la presentazione si concentra su alcuni nodi centrali dell’interpretazione di Žižek della dialettica hegeliana. In particolare, si tratterà di mettere in luce la riproposizione žižekiana dei concetti di negatività e soggettività al fine di capire in che senso, secondo Žižek, è possibile essere oggi ancora hegeliani.

Per prendere parte allo streaming scrivere a: armando.manchisi@unipd.it.

Per ulteriori informazioni, è possibile rivolgersi ai coordinatori del ciclo di lezioni:

L. Corti: luca.corti@unipd.it

L. Illetterati: luca.illetterati@unipd.it

G. Tomasi: gabriele.tomasi@unipd.it

 

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CICLO DI SEMINARI: “Kant oltre Kant” (Genova-Torino-Milano)

Siamo lietɜ di annunciare il ciclo di seminari Kant oltre Kant, promosso da Stefano Bacin (Milano), Gabriele Gava (Torino), Marco Giovannelli (Torino) e Claudio La Rocca (Genova).

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Il seminario Kant, oltre Kant è un’iniziativa che nasce dalla collaborazione tra docenti delle Università di Genova, Milano e Torino. Il suo intento è quello di incentivare la cooperazione tra coloro che fanno ricerca su Kant e sulla filosofia kantiana in questi centri. Il seminario ospita sia interventi di ricercatrici e ricercatori di questi Atenei, sia presentazioni di esperte ed esperti provenienti dall’Italia e all’estero. Anche se il seminario è incentrato sull’interpretazione del pensiero di Kant, intende dare spazio a contributi che vadano al di là di Kant, mostrando sia l’impatto del suo pensiero su altre filosofe e altri filosofi nella storia della filosofia, sia come un approccio kantiano possa essere difeso in modo efficace per risolvere problemi e questioni che animano il dibattito contemporaneo.

Formato: Ogni incontro sarà basato su un testo che verrà distribuito in anticipo tra i partecipanti. In modo da lasciare ampio spazio alla discussione, verrà presupposta la lettura del testo.

Luogo: gli incontri del secondo semestre 2020-2021 si terranno sulla piattaforma Webex.

Registrazione: Per ricevere il testo sul quale si baserà un incontro e il link di collegamento vi preghiamo di registrarvi scrivendo a: gabriele.gava@unito.it 

 

Calendario del secondo semestre 2020-2021:

Tutti gli incontri si terranno il venerdì, h. 18:00-20:00.

23 aprile: Karin de Boer (KU Leuven), The 1781 Transcendental Deduction of the Pure Concepts of the Understanding

14 maggio: Corey Dyck (Western University), TBA

11 giugno: Luca Fonnesu (Università di Pavia), TBA

25 giugno: Flora Geerts (Università di Torino), TBA

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hegelpd-prize 2021: results

On the occasion of the sixth birthday of hegelpd we have launched the first edition of hegelpd-prize. The prize is meant to award a contribution, recently appeared in the field of Hegelian studies, which could offer a challenging possibility of discussion for the research group of classical German philosophy in Padova.

The latest year’s prize was granted to Angelica Nuzzo’s Approaching Hegel’s Logic, Obliquely. Melville, Molière, Beckett (Suny, 2018).

This year we received a large number of noteworthy proposals, which aroused a lot of interest in the committee members. The prize is intended to award not the “best” contribution – we do not want to make rankings – but the one that, for innovativeness and originality, seems to meet the research interests of hegelpd. We sincerely thank all the researchers who have submitted their own or others’ contributions.

On that basis, we are happy to announce that 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. We will keep you updated!

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)

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New Release: Gabriel Amengual Coll, “La libertad en su realización. La Filosofía del Derecho de Hegel” (Comares, 2021)

We are glad to give notice of the release of the new book La libertad en su realización. La Filosofía del Derecho de Hegel, by Gabriel Amengual Coll (Comares, 2021).

From the publisher’s website (in spanish):

La Filosofía del Derecho de Hegel, una de sus cuatro grandes obras, sigue siendo objeto de las mismas críticas que se le dirigieron desde su publicación. Este escrito no pretende rehabilitar a Hegel ante tales críticas, que hacen más necesario que nunca volver al texto de Hegel, “deletrear” a Hegel, como dijo H.-G. Gadamer. Las críticas se aclaran comprendiendo lo que Hegel escribió y pensó. No trata de criticar ni defender, sino de comprender su aportación y sus límites.
La obra, publicada el 1820 (con fecha del 1821), cumple su segundo centenario. Sigue siendo un gran clásico, que se ha situar en la línea de los grandes tratados de filosofía política, como la República platónica, la Política aristotélica, el Leviatán de Hobbes o el Contrato social de Rousseau. Es un gran clásico, que trata el problema crucial de la actualidad: la realización de la libertad.
En este escrito primero se abordan temas generales, que afectan a la comprensión de toda la obra, como son la libertad, el derecho, etc. La segunda parte sigue el hilo de las grandes cuestiones que estructuran la obra hegeliana: el concepto de persona, la moralidad, la eticidad, la familia, la sociedad civil, el Estado y la Filosofía de la historia. La tercera parte aborda cuestiones que no tienen un lugar particular en la obra hegeliana, sino que la atraviesan, como son la subjetividad, el individualismo, el sentimiento moral, la solidaridad y la violencia. Son preguntas que desde la actualidad surgen y se pueden plantear a la obra hegeliana y a las que ésta algo puede aportar.

 

For further information, please visit the publisher’s website.

Below you can find the table of contents and the introduction of the book.

New Release: Gabriel Amengual Coll, "La libertad en su realización. La Filosofía del Derecho de Hegel" (Comares, 2021)

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