We are happy to give notice of a forthcoming workshop on the topic of “God, Nature and Politics in German Idealism and Romanticism”.
The symposium will be held in Berlin, on Friday, December 2nd, at the Theologische Fakultät of the Humboldt University.
The event was organised by Kirill Chepurin and Daniel Whistler and funded by Humboldt University’s KOSMOS Programme (Excellence Initiative).
The event is free and open to all.
Please find the event’s flyer and full programme below.
God, Nature and Politics in German Idealism and Romanticism
A one-day symposium
Friday 2nd December 2016
Theologische Fakultät, Humboldt University, Berlin (Burgstraße 26)
Organised by Kirill Chepurin and Daniel Whistler
Funded by Humboldt University’s KOSMOS Programme (Excellence Initiative)
The symposium is free and open to all (no registration is necessary)
13.10-13.55 David Wood (Leuven/Sorbonne), ‘The New Ezekiel: The Kingdoms of Reason and Heaven in Fichte’s Theory of the State’
13:55-14:40 Daniel Whistler (Liverpool), ‘Schelling, Demagogue’
15:00-15:45 Ulrike Wagner (Bard Berlin), ‘In Research We Trust: Social Functions of Schleiermacher’s Religious Scholarship’
15:45-16:30 Kirill Chepurin (HU Berlin/HSE Moscow), ‘Before Politics, Nature, and God—or, System after Irony (after System)’
17:00-17:45 Laure Cahen-Maurel (Saint-Louis, Brussels), ‘Hegel’s Criticism of the Painting Style of Caspar David Friedrich’
18:05-18:50 Gregor Moder (Ljubljana), ‘Hegel vs Plotinus: The Beginning of the Science of Logic and the Tradition of Negative Theology’
18:50-19:35 Bart Philipsen (Leuven), ‘Stray dogs, mute walls and clattering weathercocks. On the politico-theological turn(s) in Friedrich Hölderlin’s late and last poetry’
For further details, go to http://berlinidealism2016.weebly.com/Printable Version