jeudi 29 octobre 2015


Université de Liège,  7, Place du 20 août, Salle des professeurs.



Comité organisateur :

Louis Carré (ULB/USL Bruxelles)
Olivier Depré (UCL)
Gilbert Gérard (UCL)
Guillaume Lejeune (ULg)
Jean-Renaud Seba (ULB)

Comité scientifique :

Louis Carré (ULB/USL Bruxelles)
Gilbert Gérard (UCL)
Jean-François Kervégan (Paris I)
Guillaume Lejeune (ULg)
Gilles Marmasse (Poitiers)
Jean-Renaud Seba (ULg)



Jeudi 12 novembre 2015

13h30: Ouverture
14h00: E. Renault (Paris-Ouest): Objet et Théorie
15h00 : J-R. Seba (Liège): La constitution phénoménologique de l’objet
16h00 : pause café.
16h30 : S. Stein (Heidelberg) : Subjektiver und absoluter Geist: Die Einheit der Objekte der  empirischen und der philosophischen Erkenntnis

Vendredi 13 novembre

09:30: J. Schülein (Bochum) : Was heißt, der Begriff habe sich realisiert? Zum Übergang der Subjektivität in die Objektivität
10h30 : pause café
10:45: R. Pippin (Chicago): The Status of Objektivität in Hegel's Begriffslogik
11:45 : B. Haas (Dresden): Modelltheorie

13h00 : diner.

14h30: A. Sell (Bochum). Die objektive Welt. Zu einem Begriff im Teleologiekapitel von Hegels Logik.
15h30:  G. Marmasse (Poitiers): Objectivité et subjectivité dans la nature hégélienne
16h30 : pause café
17h00 : G. Lejeune (FNRS, Liège): L’homme comme objet d’une philosophie du vivant. Formes du principe anthropique chez Kant et Hegel

Samedi 14 novembre

9h30: R. Legros (Bruxelles) : Hegel et l’esprit objectif
10h30 : pause café
10h 45 : E. Djordjevic (Tours / Paris II) : Les modalités sociale et politique du pratique : objectivité du monde et constitution de la subjectivité individuelle
11h: 45: L. Carré (Bruxelles): En quoi l'esprit est-il objectif?


Avec le soutien de l’Ulg, du FNRS, du Groupe de contact FNRS « Recherches sur la philosophie de Hegel » et  de la Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles




dimanche 28 octobre 2012



Sens et usage du langage chez Hegel
Sens et usage du langage chez Hegel

Pour Hegel, le sens s’élabore dans le langage, mais l’usage du langage ne 
fait pas nécessairement sens. Au niveau du discours, il semble même qu’un
problème inévitable survienne. Si l’expérience d’un sens s’élaborant dans le
langage ne s’accomplit que sous la forme d’un système autoréférent,
comment ce sens peut-il se communiquer sans se contredire ?
Hegel n’échappe pas à ce problème si bien que l’on peut se poser la
question de savoir si la dialectique du système est compatible avec les
éléments dialogiques (préfaces, notes, etc.) qui visent à l’instanciation de ce
système.
Nous montrons alors que pour nouer l’autoréférence du sens à l’idée de
communication, Hegel présuppose le moyen terme d’un esprit commun,
un « Nous ». A partir de celui-ci, nous construisons un modèle dialogique
et autoréférent qui dessine certains enjeux propres aux philosophies
contemporaines de la communication.

Guillaume Lejeune est collaborateur scientifique à l’Université Libre de
Bruxelles. Il a soutenu une thèse sur le langage chez Hegel et dirigé la
publication des Actes d’un colloque sur la logique dans l’idéalisme allemand
(Olms Verlag). Ses recherches portent également sur le romantisme
allemand.


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Guillaume Lejeune (Hg.)
La question de la logique dans l'Idéalisme allemand
Actes du colloque de Bruxelles, 7-9 avril 2011.
2013.
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L’élaboration par Kant du concept de logique transcendantale renouvelle profondément la façon de concevoir la logique et contribue à susciter la question de la logique telle que Trendelenburg la posera : penser tout à la fois le contenu et la forme en évitant l’écueil du formalisme et l’écueil du dogmatisme.
Le but du présent recueil est de montrer comment les enjeux liés à cette mise en question sont débattus tout au long de l’idéalisme allemand. Contre la tendance des logiciens et des philosophes à réduire les débats d’alors à un rejet unilatéral de la logique formelle, les contributions rassemblées ici mettent en évidence les tensions et les questions qui, de la logique transcendantale de Kant à la logique spéculative de Hegel, contribuent à redéfinir le statut de la logique.

Die Ausarbeitung des Konzepts der transzendentalen Logik durch Kant bedeutet eine tiefgreifende Erneuerung des Verständnisses der Logik und trägt dazu bei, die Frage nach der Logik so aufzuwerfen, wie sie Trendelenburg später stellen wird: Wie kann man zugleich den Inhalt und die Form denken und dabei die Klippe des Formalismus und die Klippe des Dogmatismus vermeiden?
Ziel des vorliegenden Sammelbandes ist es zu zeigen, wie die Probleme, die sich aus dieser Fragestellung ergeben, in der Epoche des deutschen Idealismus erörtert wurden. Entgegen der Tendenz der Logiker und Philosophen, die damalige Debatte auf eine einseitige Ablehnung der formalen Logik zu reduzieren, heben die Beiträge dieses Bandes die Spannungen und Fragen hervor, die - ausgehend von der transzendentalen Logik Kants bis zur spekulativen Logik Hegels - dazu beitragen, den Status der Logik neu zu definieren.

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2nd International Oxford Hegel Workshop

Exploring Hegel’s Psychology

Friday 6th December, 2013

Sutro Room, Trinity College, Oxford

9.00-18.30


Programme
9.00 Opening
9.15-10.15 Michael Inwood (Oxford), Hegel on Physiognomy and Phrenology
Part I – Theoretical Mind
10.15-11.15 Luca Corti (Padova / Chicago), Conceptualism, Non-Conceptualism and the Method of Hegel’s Psychology
Coffee Break
11.45-12.45 Lucia Ziglioli (Oxford / Pavia), The Objectivity of Knowing. An Inquiry into Hegel’s Philosophical Psychology
Lunch
14.00-15.00 Elisa Magrì (Scuola Normale di Pisa), The Place of Habit in Hegel’s Psychology
Part II – Practical and Free Mind
15.00-16.00 Susanne Herrmann-Sinai (Leipzig / Oxford), What does the Location of the Section on Practical Mind within Hegel’s System tell us about its Content?
Coffee break
16.30-17.30 Sebastian Stein (Heidelberg), Hegel’s Solution to the Theory-Praxis Problem: The Transition from Subjective into Objective Spirit
17.30-18.30 Louise Braddock (Cambridge), Freud, Hegel and the Mind, and Philosophy as Retrieval.

  

Registration is free and open until Sunday 1st December. For registration, please write an e-mail with your contact details to lucia.ziglioli(at)philosophy.ox.ac.uk  or to susanne.herrmann-sinai(at)philosophy.ox.ac.uk .
Papers to be given will be circulated one week before the workshop. Speakers will only provide a brief introduction to their papers, thus freeing up valuable time for discussion.


Organizers: Dr Lucia Ziglioli (Pavia/Oxford) – Susanne Herrmann-Sinai (Leipzig/Oxford)

With the financial support from the

Hegel Society of Great Britain and Mind Association


Workshop 2012, Exploring Hegel’s Logic

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The absolute idea 2013 : Workshop The Logic of Hegel’s Science of Logic III. The Absolute Idea. November 4-5, 2013

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When Nov 4, 2013 - Nov 5, 2013
Where Padua University. Philosophy Department
Submission Deadline Sep 30, 2013
Notification Due Oct 7, 2013

Categories    hegel   logic   absolute idea

Call For Papers

Workshop
The Logic of Hegel’s Science of Logic III. The Absolute Idea.
November 4-5, 2013

The PhD School in Philosophy of Padova University is pleased to announce the third workshop on Hegel’s Science of Logic.
Venue: Padova University, Department of Philosophy, Padova (Italy)
Organized by: Luca Illetterati, Francesca Menegoni, Antonio Nunziante
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Paul Redding (University of Sydney)

Call for Papers
The organizers invite young researchers to submit a proposal for a presentation. Papers should be suitable for a 20 minutes presentation in English, German or Italian.
Please include the following information in your submission:
(1) The paper’s title
(2) Abstract (max 500 words)
(3) Author’s name
(4) CV
(5) Author’s email address
Email a copy of your abstract, as an attachment, in Microsoft Word (.doc), Rich Text Format (.rtf), or Adobe Portable Document Format (.pdf) to hegel.pd@gmail.com
Abstracts must be received by September 30, 2013. Abstracts will be reviewed by a committee. Eight abstracts will be selected for presentation. Notification of acceptance will be made via email by October 7, 2013.
Proposed topics are (but in no way limited to)
- The absoluteness of absolute idea
- Foundationalism and anti-foundationalism at the end of Hegel’s logic
- Absolute idea and the method of Hegel’s logic
- Hegel’s logic between ontology and epistemology
- The freedom of absolute idea
- The end of the logic and the other parts of the system

Two nights' accommodation expenses will be covered by organizers.
For any information send an email to hegel.pd@gmail.com



Workshop
La Logica della Scienza della Logica di Hegel III. L’idea assoluta:
4-5 Novembre 2013

La Scuola di Dottorato di ricerca in Filosofia dell’Università degli Studi di Padova ha il piacere di annunciare il terzo workshop sulla Scienza della Logica di Hegel.
Sede: Università di Padova, Dipartimento di Filosofia, Padova
Organizzata da: Luca Illetterati, Francesca Menegoni, Antonio Nunziante.
RELATORE PRINCIPALE
Paul Redding (University of Sydney)

Call for Papers
Gli organizzatori invitano giovani ricercatori a inviare una proposta per una presentazione. I paper dovrebbero consistere in una presentazione di 20 minuti in inglese, tedesco o italiano.
Nella proposta di presentazione vanno inclusi:
(1) Titolo del paper
(2) Un abstract (max 500 parole)
(3) Il nome dell’autore
(4) CV
(5) Indirizzo mail dell’autore
Inviare in allegato una copia dell’abstract in formato Microsoft Word (.doc), Rich Text Format (.rtf), o Adobe Portable Document Format (.pdf) all’indirizzo hegel.pd@gmail.com
Gli abstract devono essere mandati entro il 30 Settembre 2013. Gli abstract saranno sottoposti al referaggio di una commissione e ne verranno selezionati otto. Le notifiche riguardo all’accettazione verranno inviate via mail entro il 7 Ottobre 2013.
I temi proposti (ma non vincolanti) sono:
- L’assolutezza dell’idea assoluta
- Fondazionalismo e anti-fondazionalismo alla fine della logica hegeliana
- L’idea assoluta e il metodo della logica hegeliana
- La logica hegeliana tra ontologia ed epistemologia
- La libertà dell’idea assoluta
- La fine della logica e le altre parti del sistema
Le spese di pernottamento per due notti saranno rimborsate dagli organizzatori.
Per qualsiasi informazione mandate una mail all’indirizzo hegel.pd@gmail.com







HSGB Annual Conference 2013:
“Hegel's Logic”

September 2, 2013 to September 3, 2013
At St Edmund Hall, Oxford

Conference Programme

Please note that the registration deadline is 1st August 2013.

Monday 2nd September

1.00-1.30 Conference registration
1.30-3.00 John Burbidge (Trent), “Hegel’s Logic as Metaphysics”
3.30-5.00 Stephen Houlgate (Warwick), “Hegel and Quantity”
5.30-7.00 Friederike Schick (Tuebingen), “Freedom and Necessity: The Transition to the Logic of the Concept”

Tuesday 3rd September

9.30-11.00 Angelica Nuzzo (CUNY), “The Meaning of Logical Advancement in Hegel’s Logic”
11.30-1.00 Robert Pippin (Chicago), “Logic and Metaphysics: Hegel’s ‘Realm of Shadows’”
2.00-3.30 Christopher Yeomans (Purdue), “Hegel’s Response to Metaphysical Problems: Solution vs Therapy”

Registration

You can download a registration form here: Word doc or PDF.
NB If you pay for the conference using PayPal, please also ensure that you complete a registration form detailing your requirements and send to the conference organizer, so that we have a record of these
And please note that the number of rooms at the non-ensuite rate is very limited, so if you want one of these, please contact the conference organizer to check for availability before making your booking
We also have limited funding to pay for meals for selected graduate students. If you wish to be considered for this funding (deadline 1st July 2013), please download the postgraduate bursaries application form (PDF / Word DOC).
Contact conference organizer
Information on St Edmund Hall
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Call For Abstracts


The Absolute and the World in Late German Idealism
Thomson House, McGill University, Montreal
26-27 August, 2013
Keynote addresses:
  • “The Late Schelling’s Critique of Hegel and Why it Still Matters,” Sean McGrath, Memorial University, author of The Dark Ground of Spirit: Schelling and the Unconscious (Routledge, 2011)
  • “The Non-Existence of the Absolute,” Cem Kömürcü, author (in German) of Yearning and Darkness: Schellings Theory of the Linguistic Subject (Passagen Verlag, 2010)
We open our discussion with a provocation: To what extent, if at all, are we even permitted to call German Idealism an idealism? In contemporary parlance, “idealism” is often associated with the insurmountable necessity of investigating the very possibility of thinking’s access conditions to being, a task that not only leads to their irremovable correlation but also in the process renders meaning dependent upon language or a subject’s constituting or inferential powers, in stark contrast to traditional metaphysics. However, throughout what has come to be known, perhaps somewhat unfortunately, as German Idealism we encounter a series of meditations on the relationship between being and thinking that does not merely problematize such a one-sided conceptionbut, more profoundly, requires us to reconsider whether we are justified in any useful manner to denote this tradition as idealistic rather than realistic.
Responding to Kant’s Copernican revolution, both Schelling and Hegel, in theirown way, attempt to overcome the transcendental turn from within. Never rejecting the primacy and role of thinking, they nevertheless refuse to claim that we only have knowledge of phenomenal appearances or that being is dependent upon a subject. Not only must thinking be able to grasp the real in itself, but thinking must simultaneously be able to give an account of its own pre-history out of nature, thereby reconciling itself to the latter, and even mythology. But neither are they solitary thinkers that emerge ex nihilo in the philosophical throes of the Kantian legacy: their own projects are anticipated, foreshadowed, and even in hindsight challenged by Hölderlin, Novalis, and Schlegel, whose theoretical contributions sadly have a tendency to be neglected. Our wager is that these thinkers’ meditations upon the relationship between being and thinking, and their place in an overarching metaphysical system that articulates itself through both moments, represent some of the most original, and daring, attempts to come to terms with the nature of human knowledge, our place in the world, and the status of the absolute, in Western thinking, with wide-reaching implications that have yet to be truly exhausted.
Taking these interrelated concerns as its point of departure, this workshop asks for original and provocative contributions focusing on this topic and other related themes as they occur and are developed in late German Idealism. Suggested topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Höderlin’s fragment Urtheil und Seyn
  • Novalis’ “syncritic” synthesis of idealism and realism
  • Schlegel’s invention of absolute idealism
  • Schelling’s early Naturphilosophie
  • God, mythology or revelation in Schelling’s late philosophy
  • Hegel’s dialectic of the emergence of ideality
  • Hegel’s naturalization and de-naturalization of spirit
  • The ontology of language in Schelling and Hegel
  • Spinozist and anti-Spinozist themes in late German Idealism
Abstracts of 500 to 750 words (or full papers) should be sent to Joseph Carew (jstephencarew[at]gmail.com) and Wesley Furlotte (wesleejoseph[at]gmail.com) by June 15, 2013. Decisions will be made in the days that follow. Accepted submissions will be taken into consideration for a possible edited volume to be published by a major academic press.

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PROF. DR. ROBERT PIPPIN
(CHICAGO, ILLINOIS)
LOGIK UND METAPHYSIK
HEGELS „REICH DER SCHATTEN“
28. MAI 2013, 18.15 UHR
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Radio: Hegel à Berlin (1/4): Un philosophe dans la ville - Idées - France Culture  

 

Les Nouveaux chemins de la connaissance

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Hegel à Berlin (1/4): Un philosophe dans la ville 2

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Réalisation : Mydia Portis-Guérin
A la technique: Thomas Robine
Lectures: Georges Claisse


 

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Devant la maison de Shleiermacher TG © Radio France


 
A.Van Reeth et D.Thouard TG © Radio France

A.Van Reeth et D.Touard TG © Radio France

Invité(s) :
Denis Thouard, directeur de recherche au CNRS, (Centre de recherches interdisciplinaire sur l'Allemagne CRIA-EHESS)

 

Prochaines diffusions

 

 

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COLLOQUE INTERNATIONAL
Organisé en l’honneur du bicentenaire de la
« Science de la Logique » de Hegel

 LA SCIENCE DE LA LOGIQUE
AU MIROIR DE L’IDENTITE

Louvain-la-Neuve
6 et 7 mai 2013
 

lundi 6 mai

09H00 Accueil des participants
09H15 David WITTMANN (Lyon) - L’idée comme procès ou
l’identité comme négativité absolue
10H15 André STANGUENNEC (Nantes) - La constitution de
l’identité théologique dans les trois réflexions de
l’essence
11h15 Pause café
11h30 Gilbert GERARD (Louvain-la-Neuve) - L’identité
comme effectuation de soi dans la logique spéculative
de Hegel
14h30 Myriam GERHARD (Oldenburg) - The Identity of
Hegel’s Concept. Objectivity, Reality and the Other of
the Absolute Idea
15h30 Ludovicus DE VOS (Leuven) - Le concept comme affirmation
vraie

mardi 7 mai

09H00 Accueil des participants
09H15 Olivier DEPRE (Louvain-la-Neuve)- Identité et liaison
10H15 Karin DE BOER (Leuven) - Hegel’s Concept of Identity in
Light of Baumgarten and Kant
11h15 Pause café
11h30 Jean-Renaud SEBA (Liège) - Identité et différence. Indétermination
et détermination
14h30 George di GIOVANNI (McGill) - Hegel’s linguistic Turn and
its ontological Significance
15h30 Susanna LINDBERG (Tampere) - Identi-fictions (de la
Logique de Hegel)
16h30 Discussion générale et clôture du colloque


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Poitiers
10 et 11 mai 2013

Vendredi 10 mai 
09H00 Jean-Louis VIEILLARD-BARON (Poitiers) - Le devenir
logique: identité, contradiction et négativité
10H00 Philippe GROSOS (Poitiers) - L’identité de système
11h00 Pause café
11h15 Gilles MARMASSE (Paris IV) - Place et enjeu de la
Logique dans l’Encyclopédie hégélienne
14h30 Bruno HAAS (Paris I) - Jugement
15h30 Augustin DIBI (Abidjan) - L’identité comme différence
16h30 Emmanuel RENAULT (ENS Lyon) - Dewey et la Logique
de l’essence

Samedi 11mai
 09H00 Andrea BELLANTONE (Torino) - Le lieu du principe:
Gentile, Hegel et la constitution de l’identité
10H00 Bernard MABILLE (Poitiers) - Différenciation et identification
11h00 Pause café
11h15 Annette SELL (Bochum) - Identität statt Differenz ?
Heideggers Kritik der Hegelschen Identität
14h30 Marie-Andrée RICARD (Laval) - Logos et langage
15h30 Bernard BOURGEOIS (Paris I) - Hegel parménidien
16h30 Christophe BOUTON (Bordeaux) - L’horizon sans
rivages du Logos. Remarques sur l’interprétation hégélienne
d’Héraclite

 

CfP: 2013 UK Kant Society Annual Conference

Kant’s Philosophy of Religion Heythrop College, University of London 28-30 August 2013
Keynote speakers: Pamela Sue Anderson (Oxford) Paul Guyer (Brown)
Papers are invited from academics, undergraduate and postgraduate students on any aspect of Kant’s philosophy. While papers in all areas of Kant’s philosophy are welcome, we encourage the submission of abstracts dealing specifically with Kant’s philosophy of religion.
If you are interested in giving a presentation, please email two files to Alberto Vanzo (alberto.vanzo@email.it): one including your name and affiliation, and a second one with an abstract of 800-1200 words excluding any self-identifying information. Deadline: 15 May. We aim to announce which papers have been accepted by 1st June.
For information, please email the conference organiser, Rory Phillips (Rory.Phillips@heythropcollege.ac.uk) or the UKKS Conference Convenor, Alberto Vanzo (alberto.vanzo@email.it).


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Hegels Antwort auf Kant

XXX. Internationaler Hegel-Kongress der Internationalen Hegel-Gesellschaft und der Universität Wien

23. – 26. April 2014

Hegel schreibt sich zu, eine Philosophie der spekulativen Vernunft aufgestellt zu haben, während Kant beim Verstandesdenken stehen geblieben sei. Die Forschung fragte sich in diesem Licht, ob heute Kant oder Hegel eher gelte. Ein Konsens hat sich diesbezüglich nicht herausgebildet. Aus heutiger Perspektive sind Kant wie Hegel herausragende Zeugen der Philosophiegeschichte, aber doch einer Geschichte, die bedeutende systematische Potenzen in sich birgt. Hegels Philosophie beruft sich implizit und explizit vielfach auf Kant. Zahlreiche Kontexte von Hegels Denken werden erst dann leichter zugänglich und verständlicher, wenn man den Kantischen Subtext freilegt. Nun hilft aber auch Hegels Spekulatives Denken dazu, in Kants Schriften in der Umkehrperspektive Züge eines Spekulativen Denkens zu entdecken, das man bei ihm eher nicht erwartet.Die Bezüge von Hegel zu Kant systematisch herauszuarbeiten, hat sich der XXX. Internationale Kongress der Hegel-Gesellschaft und der Universität Wien zum Ziel gesetzt. Ein damit einhergehendes Ziel ist, in der Perspektive Hegels ein modifiziertes Verständnis von Kant zu gewinnen.

Die Kongresssprachen sind Deutsch und Englisch.

Organisatorische Leitung: Univ.Prof. Dr. Violetta L. Waibel in Kooperation mit der Internationalen Hegel-Gesellschaft
Für weitere Informationen:
Mag. Andrea Christina Schönbauer (andrea.schoenbauer@univie.ac.at)
Mag. Philipp Schaller (philipp.schaller@univie.ac.at)

 CFP; Juni bis Oktober 2013
http://hegel2014.univie.ac.at/home/


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HEGEL'S CONCEPTION OF CONTRADICTION: LOGIC, LIFE AND HISTORY

May 16-17, 2013, Institute of Philosophy, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium

Invited speakers:

Angelica Nuzzo, CUNY / Brooklyn College (New York)
Annette Sell (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)
Rocio Zambrana (University of Oregon)

Hegel's philosophy is notorious for its claim that all things are contradictory. Whereas Marxists took this to mean that the social-political world exhibits real contradictions, non-Hegelian philosophers argued that Hegelian dialectic annihilates the very principle of scientific reasoning. Recently, however, various researchers have started to move away from this dichotomy in order to explore the potential of Hegel's conception of contradiction in more fruitful ways. The workshop aims to bring together researchers who address this crucial element of Hegel's philosophy. It (1) addresses the role of contradiction, negativity and life in works such as the Science of Logic, (2) brings Hegel's understanding of the contradictions that animate historical processes to bear on contemporary conflicts and contradictions, and (3) assesses the ways in which philosophers such as Marx, Kierkegaard and Adorno appropriated, criticized and modified Hegel's account of contradiction and/or negativity.

We now invite abstracts of up to 500 words for 20 minutes presentations (+ 15 minutes discussion). Please send the abstracts to karin.deboer@hiw.kuleuven.be no later than March 1, 2013. Unfortunately, we cannot provide for travel and lodging costs. For any questions, please contact Karin de Boer at karin.deboer@hiw.kuleuven.be

For information about the host institution see: http://hiw.kuleuven.be/eng/













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Call For Papers
Workshop
The Logic of Hegel's Science of Logic II
December 18, 2012

The PhD School in Philosophy of Padova University is pleased to announce
the second workshop on Hegel's Science of Logic.
Date: December 18, 2012 (from 9 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.)
Venue: Padova University, Department of Philosophy, Padova (Italy)
Organized by: Luca Illetterati, Francesca Menegoni, Antonio Nunziante.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Lucio Cortella


Call for Papers
The organizers invite young researchers to submit a proposal for a
presentation. Papers should be suitable for a 20 minutes presentation in
English, German or Italian.
Please include the following information in your submission:
(1) The paper's title
(2) Abstract (max 500 words)
(3) Author's name
(4) CV
(5) Author's email address
Email a copy of your abstract, as an attachment, in Microsoft Word (.doc),
Rich Text Format (.rtf), or Adobe Portable Document Format (.pdf) to
hegel.pd@gmail.com
Abstracts must be received by November 15, 2012. Abstracts will be
reviewed by a committee. Five abstracts will be selected for presentation.
Notification of acceptance will be made via email by November 20, 2012.
Proposed topics are (but in no way limited to)
- The concept of logic in Hegel's system
- The philosophical relevance of Hegel's Science of Logic
- Speculative logic and formal logic
- Hegel's logic between ontology and epistemology
- Contemporary rereading of Hegel's Science of Logic
- Critiques of Hegel's Logic
For any information send an email to hegel.pd@gmail.com




Workshop
La Logica della Scienza della Logica di Hegel II
18 Dicembre 2012

La Scuola di Dottorato di ricerca in Filosofia dell'Università degli Studi
di Padova ha il piacere di annunciare il secondo workshop sulla Scienza
della Logica di Hegel.
Data: 18 Dicembre 2012 (dalle 9,00 alle 18:30)
Sede: Università di Padova, Dipartimento di Filosofia, Padova
Organizzata da: Luca Illetterati, Francesca Menegoni, Antonio Nunziante.

RELATORE PRINCIPALE
Lucio Cortella


Call for Papers
Gli organizzatori invitano giovani ricercatori a inviare una proposta per
una presentazione. I paper dovrebbero consistere in una presentazione di
20 minuti in inglese, tedesco o italiano.
Nella proposta di presentazione vanno inclusi:
(1) Titolo del paper
(2) Un abstract (max 500 parole)
(3) Il nome dell'autore
(4) CV
(5) Indirizzo mail dell'autore
Inviare in allegato una copia dell'abstract in formato Microsoft Word
(.doc), Rich Text Format (.rtf), o Adobe Portable Document Format (.pdf)
all?indirizzo hegel.pd@gmail.com
Gli abstract devono essere mandati entro l'15 Novembre 2012. Gli abstract
saranno sottoposti al referaggio di una commissione e ne verranno
selezionati cinque. Le notifiche riguardo all'accettazione verranno
inviate via mail entro il 20 Novembre 2012.
I temi proposti (ma non vincolanti) sono:
- Il concetto di logica nel sistema hegeliano
- La rilevanza filosofica della logica hegeliana
- Logica speculativa e logica formale
- La logica hegeliana tra ontologia ed epistemologia
- Letture contemporanee della Scienza della Logica
- Critiche della logica hegeliana
Per qualsiasi informazione mandate una mail all'indirizzo hegel.pd@gmail.com