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Presentazione del volume: “«… sed intelligere» Studi in onore di Franco Biasutti” (Padova, 13 marzo 2023)

hegelpd // Mar 10, 2023

Siamo lietɜ di dare notizia della presentazione del volume «… sed intelligere» Studi in onore di Franco Biasutti a cura …

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Workshop: “Das ‘Absolute’ bei Hegel” (Berlin, 27-28 March 2023)

Giulia Bernard // Mar 8, 2023

We are glad to give notice of the workshop Das „Absolute“ bei Hegel. Lektüre und Diskussion wichtiger Passagen aus dem Werk …

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New Release: A. Pollok, C.D. Fugate “The Human Vocation in German Philosophy” (Bloomsbury, 2023)

Barbara Santini // Mar 5, 2023

We are glad to give notice of the release of the volume The Human Vocation in German Philosophy. Critical Essays …

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International Conference – Humboldt Kolleg: “‘For Sense is this Wonderful Word’: Hegel and the Aesthetic” (Pisa, 23-24 March 2023)

Armando Manchisi // Mar 4, 2023

We are glad to give notice of the International Conference – Humboldt Kolleg “For Sense is this Wonderful Word”: Hegel …

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Video from the Lecture of Taiju Okochi: “Normale Abnormität. Die Krankheit zum Tode in Hegels Lehre über den Organismus”

hegelpd // Mar 4, 2023

We are very glad to share the video of the lecture that Taiju Okochi (Kyoto University) gave at the University …

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New Release: «Perspectives», vol. 31, 1/2023, “Philosophy in/on translation”

Giulia La Rocca // Mar 2, 2023

We are glad to give notice of the release of «Perspectives», vol. 31, 1/2023, dedicated to Philosophy in/on translation.   …

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hegelpd is the academic blog of the Classical German Philosophy research group at the University of Padua. The group, led by Luca Illetterati, Francesca Menegoni and Antonio Maria Nunziante, carries on a tradition started fifty years ago by Franco Chiereghin.
Since 2013, this website is a space for sharing resources, news and contributions for all those interested in these topics. We will provide updated news about events, workshops, conferences, calls for papers, publications and bibliographies related to Classical German Philosophy, as well as events involving our research group.
This blog is intended as a resource for all scholars, students and people interested in Classical German Thought and its relevance to contemporary philosophical and cultural debates.