Slavic Reception of the Thought of Hegel (Warsaw, October, 10th, 2014)

We are glad to announce a new conference about the slavic reception of the thought of Hegel.

The conference will take place on October 10th, 2014 at the University of Warsaw (Institut of Philosophy, Krakowskie Przedmieście 3) and it is organised by The Society for Young Hegelian and Post-Hegelian Thought and The Students’ Scientific Society for the Philosophy of Religion under the auspices of Polish Hegel and Marx Society.

The Society for Young Hegelian and Post-Hegelian Thought was founded in 2014 in Warsaw in memory of the two hundreth anniversary of August Cieszkowski‘s birth. Cieszkowski was a Polish philosopher, who developed an original interpretation of Hegel’s thought.

The society advocates the study of post-Hegelian philosophy and was created out of The Polish Hegel and Marx Society (founded in 2006 at the Institute of Philosophy in Warsaw), formed as an international project of philosophical and sociological research in areas connected to Hegel and neo-Hegelians.

The main areas of the society’s work were a programme of lectures and conferences, supporting translations and promoting the use of critical concepts in philosophy, sociology and politics.

Conference languages: Polish, Russian, English.

The official page of the event can be found here.

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