We are very glad to give notice of the release of the special issue of Problemi International (4/2020) Hegel 250 – Too Late? edited by Mladen Dolar (Analecta, 2020) and co-published in partnership with the Goethe-Institut Ljubljana.
The issue arose from Hegel’s celebration year 2020, for the largest part from the conference Hegel’s 250th Anniversary: Too Late?, which took place in Ljubljana in September 2020. The conference was initiated and organized by International Hegelian Association Aufhebung, Goethe-Institut in Ljubljana and The Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana.
The volume is available online as open-access pdf at this link.
Below you can find the Table of Contents of the volume.
Dr. Árpád-Andreas Sölter, Hegel Reborn. A Brief Introduction to HEGEL 250 —TOO LATE?
Ana Jovanović, Bara Kolenc, Urban Šrimpf, Goran Vranešević, Hegel’s Time!
Nadia Bou Ali and Ray Brassier, After Too Late: The Endgame of Analysis
Mladen Dolar, What’s the Time? On Being Too Early or Too Late in Hegel’s Philosophy
Luca Illetterati, Nature’s Externality: Hegel’s Non-Naturalistic Naturalism
Zdravko Kobe, The Time of Philosophy: On Hegel’s Conception of Modern Philosophy
Bara Kolenc, Is It Too Late?
Christian Krijnen, “What, If Anything, Has Not Been Called Philosophy or Philosophizing?” On the Relevance of Hegel’s Conception of a Philosophical History of Philosophy
Gregor Moder, What Is to Be Done: On the Theatricality of Power
Sebastian Rödl, Thinking Nothing
Frank Ruda, The Purlieu Letter. Toward a Hegelian Theory of Conditioning
Jure Simoniti, Hegel and the Opaque Core of History
Árpád-Andreas Sölter, Against Leviathan: Hegel’s, Fichte’s, and Schiller’s Critique of Modernity, Alienation, and the State
Klaus Vieweg, The Athenian Owl, and the Gallic Rooster—Dusk or Dawn?
Sven-Olov Wallenstein, Adorno’s Beethoven: Undoing Hegel From Within
Slavoj Žižek, Hegel In the Future, Hegel On the Future
For more information please visit the publisher’s website.