We are pleased to give notice of the conference Examining the End of Logic. Objectivity, Idea and Nature, which will take place at the University of Warwick on September 9th-11th, 2021.
The conference is organized by Filip Niklas, Ahilleas Rokni, Mert Can Yirmibes and Edmund Smith.
The event will be broadcast on the Youtube channel of Hegel Society of Great Britain’s (HSGB) (UK time, GMT+1).
Below you can find the program of the conference.
9th September 2021
13:00 First Session
Andrea Gambarotto (Louvain), The Genealogy of Intrinsic Purposiveness: Hegel and the Hegelian Stance
Edmund Smith (Cambridge), Christianity through the Science of Logic
14:30 Second Session
Zehao Miao (Warwick), Hegel on the Idea of Life
Ryan Froese (DePaul), Actuality and the Idea of the Good
16:00 Break (30-minutes)
16:30 Third Session
Brigitte Falkenburg (Dortmund), Tba
10th September 2021
09:00 First Session
Gene Flenady (Monash), Indifference in and against the Idea: From Mechanism to Method in the Science of Logic
Ahilleas Rokni (Warwick), Chemism: An Alternative to the Mechanism – Teleology Dichotomy
10:30 Second Session
Karen Koch (Berlin), Hegel´s Account of Finite Cognition
Filip Niklas (Warwick), Hegel’s Teleology: Function or Intention?
13:00 Third Session
Annette Sell (Bochum), Idea and Life in Hegel’s Logic
14:30 Fourth Session
Agnese di Riccio (NSSR), Between Realism and Constructivism? Hegel’s “Idea of the True”
Armando Manchisi (Padova), How can the Good be Objective? The Practical Idea in Hegel’s Logic
16:30 Fifth Session
Sebastian Rödl (Leipzig), The Universality of the Animal
10:30 First Session
Interview with Sebastian Rödl
13:00 Second Session
Federico Orsini (Padova), The Intuiting Idea: The End of the Logic in Hegel’s Encyclopedia (§244)
George Webster (Oxford), Rethinking Maker: Hegel’s Realism Revisited
1430 Third Session
Adrian Johnston (New Mexico), Cake or Doughnut?: Hegel, Schelling, and Emergentism
For further information please visit the website of the event.