First Workshop of the DAAD network on German Philosophy: “The Unity of the Subject”. Cambridge, 6th-7th June, 2016

We are pleased to announce the First Workshop of the DAAD network on German Philosophy, which will be held at the Newham College (Sidwick Hall) in Cambridge, from 6th to 7th June, under the tile “The Unity of the Subject”.

The event is organised by Angela Breitenbach, and hosted thanks to funds from the German Federal Foreign Office and support from the DAAD Cambridge Research Hub.

There is no fee for attendance, but registration to the event is required by May the 29th. Required information for registration are name and affiliation, to be sent to

Please find here the workshop’s program: 

Monday 6th June

1.00 pm Angela Breitenbach (Cambridge):  Welcome
1.00 – 2.30 pm Yoon Choi (Marquette):  Unities of the Kantian ‘I’Comments by Anil Gomes (Oxford)
3.00 – 4.30 pm Eric Watkins (UC San Diego):  Kant on the Unconditioned in ActionComments by Daniel Schneider (Cambridge)
4.30 – 6.00 pm Lucy Allais (UC San Diego/Witwatersrand):  The Disunity of the Moral Subject: Evil in Kant’s Account of AgencyComments by Alix Cohen (Edinburgh)

Tuesday 7th June

9.30 – 11.00 am Michael Forster (Bonn/Chicago), Holism in Meaning and InterpretationComments by David Weberman (CEU Budapest)
11:30 – 1.00 pm Dalia Nassar (Sydney), Conceptions of Unity in Schelling’s Philosophy of NatureComments by G. Anthony Bruno (Toronto)
2.00 – 3.30 pm Markus Gabriel (Bonn), Intuition, Representation, and Thinking in Hegel’s Philosophy of MindComments by John Filling (Cambridge)
3.30 – 5.00 pm Clinton Tolley (UC San Diego): Hegel on the Unity of ThoughtComments by Julia Peters (Tübingen)

Further information at this link

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