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Upcoming: hegelpd for open access week (october 22nd to october 28th)

hegelpd // Ott 20, 2018

The International Open Access Week is now entering its eleventh year, and hegelpd is going to be part of it: …

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hpd for OA week (VII): Hans-Georg Gadamer, “Heidegger und die Griechen”/ “Heidegger e i Greci”

Davide Dalla Rosa // Ott 29, 2017

In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con i nostri lettori l’articolo di Hans-Georg Gadamer, Heidegger und die Griechen/ Heidegger e …

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hpd for OA week (VI): Gabriele Tomasi, “La bellezza dell’ordinario. Su Hegel, la pittura olandese del Seicento e Jeff Wall”

Giovanna Miolli // Ott 28, 2017

In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con i nostri lettori l’articolo di Gabriele Tomasi, La bellezza dell’ordinario. Su Hegel, la …

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hpd for OA week (V): Book Symposium “On Alfredo Ferrarin’s The Powers of Pure Reason. Kant and the Idea of a Cosmic Philosophy” (coordinated by Giovanna Luciano)

Giovanna Miolli // Ott 27, 2017

In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con i nostri lettori il Book Symposium On Alfredo Ferrarin’s “The Powers of Pure …

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hpd for OA Week (IV): Giovanna Miolli, “Hegel e metafilosofia: mappa di un problema”

Giovanna Luciano // Ott 26, 2017

In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con i nostri lettori l’articolo di Giovanna Miolli, Hegel e metafilosofia: mappa di …

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hpd for OA Week (III): Book review – T. Pinkard, “Does History Make Sense? Hegel on the Historical Shapes of Justice” (Elena Tripaldi)

Marco Ferrari // Ott 25, 2017

In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con i nostri lettori la recensione di Elena Tripaldi al testo di T. …

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hpd for OA Week (II): Francesco Campana, “L’attualità della filosofia hegeliana dell’arte come problema”

Alessandro Esposito // Ott 24, 2017

In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con i nostri lettori l’articolo di Francesco Campana, L’attualità della filosofia hegeliana dell’arte …

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hpd for OA Week (I): Franco Chiereghin, “Scelte di saggezza e scelte tragiche.
 La lotta di Prajāpati con la morte e Erlkönig di Goethe”

Elena Tripaldi // Ott 23, 2017

In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con i nostri lettori l’articolo di Franco Chiereghin, Scelte di saggezza e scelte …

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Upcoming: hegelpd for Open Access Week (October 23rd to October 29th)

hegelpd // Ott 20, 2017

The International Open Access Week is now entering its tenth year, and hegelpd is going to be part of it: …

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Open Access Week: Issue of “Verifiche” on Hegel and Absolute Knowing (Vol. 37, 2008, n. 1-3)

Alessandro Esposito // Ott 24, 2014

In celebration of the International Open Access Week, we are pleased to share on Padua@research a complete issue of Verifiche: …

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Open Access Week: Franco Chiereghin on Attractors and Fractal Structures in Aristotle’s “De Anima”

Selene Mezzalira // Ott 23, 2014

In celebration of the International Open Access Week, we are pleased to share on Padua@research an article by Franco Chiereghin, entitled Attrattori e strutture …

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Open Access Week: Sergio Soresi on Thinking, Reflecting and Objective Thought in Hegel

hegelpd // Ott 21, 2014

In celebration of the International Open Access Week, we are pleased to share on Padua@research an article by Sergio Soresi, entitled Denken, Nachdeken, Objektiver …

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Open Access Week: An article by Michela Bordignon

hegelpd // Ott 20, 2014

In celebration of the International Open Access Week, we are pleased to share on Padua@research an article by Michela Bordignon, entitled …

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Upcoming: hegelpd and International Open Access Week. Articles online.

hegelpd // Ott 18, 2014

The International Open Access Week is now entering its eighth year, and hegelpd is going to be part of it. …

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