Archive for marts 2010

Hegelkonference i Oxford

The Many Colours of Hegelianism:
Hegel’s Philosophy and its Reception in an International Context

4-5 June, 2010

New College, Oxford

Keynote speakers
Professor Robert Stern (Sheffield), Professor Ludwig Siep (Münster)

Supported by the Department of Politics and International Relations, the Faculty of Philosophy, New College, and Trinity College, the conference will bring together scholars who work on Hegel’s thought and its reception in different cultural contexts.

While Hegel’s philosophy itself is an ongoing object of study in philosophy departments all over the world, his influence on the history of ideas, apart from the obvious influence on Marxism, has been less in focus. The political, social, and intellectual landscapes of different countries have influenced the ways in which thinkers have taken up Hegel’s philosophy, and influenced the choice of the aspects of his philosophy that were turned into different forms of “Hegelianism”.

In focusing on four cultural-geographic areas—the Anglo-American world, Eastern Europe and Russia, the Romantic countries, and the German-speaking countries and Scandinavia—the reception and further development of Hegel’s philosophy in different parts of the world will be considered in comparative perspective. We hope to bring out a common theme, or themes,
that unite Hegelianism in such different shapes as, for example, British Idealism, Russian mysticism and Kojève’s master-slave dialectics. A further focus will be on what Hegelianism means today, both in the academic field and in a wider cultural context.

Convenors: Robert Harris, New College; Lisa Herzog, New College; Sebastian Stein, St Hugh’s College.

Registration: http://www.politics.ox.ac.uk/research/conferences/

Advance registration is required and a registration fee of £20 for two days (student rate £10 for two days) will be payable. Registration will close at noon on Saturday 1 May. Please note that you will be informed by email when your place is confirmed. Please do not send payment until you
have received this email to confirm your place. Thank you.

Please note that the registration fee includes the cost of tea and coffee provided during morning and afternoon breaks. Lunch is not included in the registration fee.

NNGI-konference i München

Gestalten des Geistes
Kierkegaard im Kontext des deutschen Idealismus

Nordic Network for German Idealism (NNGI)
Department of Philosophy, Aarhus University
Lehrstuhl für Philosophie II, LMU München

26. – 27. Mai 2010
Tagungsort: Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung
Südliches Schlossrondell 23, 80638 München

Mittwoch, 26-05-2010

13.00-13.30: Begrüßung

13.30-15.00: Assistant Professor Kristin Gjesdal (Philosophy Department, Temple University, Philadelphia): “Schleiermacher and Kierkegaard on Individuality, Aestheticism and Bildung

15.00-15.30: Kaffeepause

15.30-17.00: Prof. Dr. Jan Rohls, Fakultät für Evangelische Theologie, Universität München: “Kierkegaards Geistbegriff im Kontext des Idealismus

17.00-17.30: Kaffeepause

17.30-19.00: Professor Arne Grøn (Theologische Fakultät, Universität Kopenhagen): “Gestalten der Verzweiflung als Gestalten des Geistes: Kierkegaards Krankheit zum Tode im Kontext einer Phänomenologie des Geistes

Abendessen (Siemensstiftung)

Donnerstag, 27-05-2010

9.00-10.30: Assistant Professor Henrik Jøker Bjerre (Institut für Philosophie, Universität Aarhus): “Kierkegaard´s Voice: The Surplus of Writing as an Obstruction to Systematic Philosophy

10.30-11.00: Kaffeepause

11.00-12.30: Dr. Omri Boehm, Department of Philosophy, Yale University, derzeit Research Fellow am Lehrstuhl für Philosophie II in München: “Reason, Faith and Disobedience: The Binding of Isaac and the Function of the Biblical Text in Kierkegaard and Kant

12.30-13.30: Mittagessen (Siemensstiftung)

13.30-15.00: Prof. Dr. Axel Hutter, Fakultät für Philosophie, Universität München: “Negativismus

15.00-15.30: Kaffeepause

15.30-17.00: Associate Professor Anders Moe Rasmussen (Institut für Philosophie, Universität Aarhus): “Glaube und Offenbarung: Kierkegaard zwischen Jacobi und Schelling

17.00-17.30: Kaffeepause

17.30-19.00: Associate Professor Jon Stewart (Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre, Universität Kopenhagen): “Kierkegaard und Hegel: Die Frage von Glauben und Wissen

Teilnahme an der Tagung ist kostenlos. Für die Teilnahme an der Tagung ist aber eine Anmeldung erforderlich:
Lehrstuhl für Philosophie II
Sekretariat, Tel. 089 / 2180-2488
kristina.maschek@lrz.uni-muenchen.de

NNGI-Konference i München

Gestalten des Geistes
Kierkegaard im Kontext des deutschen Idealismus

Nordic Network for German Idealism (NNGI)
Department of Philosophy, Aarhus University
Lehrstuhl für Philosophie II, LMU München

26. – 27. Mai 2010
Tagungsort: Carl Friedrich von Siemens Stiftung
Südliches Schlossrondell 23, 80638 München

Mittwoch, 26-05-2010

13.00-13.30: Begrüßung

13.30-15.00: Assistant Professor Kristin Gjesdal (Philosophy Department, Temple University, Philadelphia): “Schleiermacher and Kierkegaard on Individuality, Aestheticism and Bildung

15.00-15.30: Kaffeepause

15.30-17.00: Prof. Dr. Jan Rohls, Fakultät für Evangelische Theologie, Universität München: “Kierkegaards Geistbegriff im Kontext des Idealismus

17.00-17.30: Kaffeepause

17.30-19.00: Professor Arne Grøn (Theologische Fakultät, Universität Kopenhagen): “Gestalten der Verzweiflung als Gestalten des Geistes: Kierkegaards Krankheit zum Tode im Kontext einer Phänomenologie des Geistes

Abendessen (Siemensstiftung)

Donnerstag, 27-05-2010

9.00-10.30: Assistant Professor Henrik Jøker Bjerre (Institut für Philosophie, Universität Aarhus): “Kierkegaard´s Voice: The Surplus of Writing as an Obstruction to Systematic Philosophy

10.30-11.00: Kaffeepause

11.00-12.30: Dr. Omri Boehm, Department of Philosophy, Yale University, derzeit Research Fellow am Lehrstuhl für Philosophie II in München: “Reason, Faith and Disobedience: The Binding of Isaac and the Function of the Biblical Text in Kierkegaard and Kant

12.30-13.30: Mittagessen (Siemensstiftung)

13.30-15.00: Prof. Dr. Axel Hutter, Fakultät für Philosophie, Universität München: “Negativismus

15.00-15.30: Kaffeepause

15.30-17.00: Associate Professor Anders Moe Rasmussen (Institut für Philosophie, Universität Aarhus): “Glaube und Offenbarung: Kierkegaard zwischen Jacobi und Schelling

17.00-17.30: Kaffeepause

17.30-19.00: Associate Professor Jon Stewart (Søren Kierkegaard Research Centre, Universität Kopenhagen): “Kierkegaard und Hegel: Die Frage von Glauben und Wissen

Call for papers

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Spirit of German Idealism

In the period from 2009 – 2011 the Nordic Network for German Idealism (www.NNGI.org) is organizing various conferences and workshops for researchers and post-graduate students with interest and expertise in the vast and varied field of philosophy, which takes the philosophies of Kant, Fichte Schelling, Hegel and Kierkegaard as its most crucial point of reference.

The third session will be from the 26th to the 28th of May 2010 at the Siemens Stiftung in Munich, Germany. It is a joint venture between the Department of Philosophy at the Ludwig-Maximilian University, the Department of Philosophy at Aarhus University and the NNGI. At the third session there will be a conference on the 26th and 27th with invited speakers (see the program here) and a workshop for students (primarily at the PhD.-level) on the 28th.

The papers for the workshop are not restricted with regards to theme, but they should discuss or deal with the philosophies of Kant, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel or Kierkegaard. Since the general theme for work within the NNGI is Spirit (Geist), we particularly welcome papers that deal with this theme. They may be historically oriented or deal with systematic issues as the authors see fit.

The deadline for submission of abstracts is April 15th 2010.

Abstracts should be submitted to the following e-mail address: filamr@hum.au.dk

Practical issues:
The NNGI will provide funding for travel reimbursement and accommodation during the conference for all participating students up to a maximum of 5000 DKR (about 660 EURO). There is a maximum of 15 participating PhD-students. There will be lunch provided for all participants and an optional conference dinner. More information to come in this regard.

Download a PDF-version of the call for papers here.

NNGI – Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS

The Spirit of German Idealism

In the period from 2009 – 2011 the Nordic Network for German Idealism (www.NNGI.org) is arrang-ing various conferences and workshops for researchers and post-graduate students with interest and expertise in the vast and varied field of philosophy, which takes the philosophies of Kant, Fichte Schelling, Hegel and Kierkegaard as its most crucial point of reference.

The third session will be from the 26th to the 28th of May 2010 at the Siemens Stiftung in Mu-nich, Germany. It is a joint venture between the Department of Philosophy at the Ludwig-Maximilian University, the Department of Philosophy at Aarhus University and the NNGI. At the third session there will be a conference on the 26th and 27th with invited speakers and a workshop for students (primarily at the PhD.-level) on the 28th.

The papers for the workshop are not restricted with regards to theme, but they should discuss or deal with the philosophies of Kant, Fichte, Schelling, Hegel or Kierkegaard. Since the general theme for work within the NNGI is Spirit (Geist), we particularly welcome papers that deal with this theme. They may be historically oriented or deal with systematic issues as the authors see fit.

The deadline for submission of abstracts is April 15th 2010.

Abstracts should be submitted to the following e-mail address: filamr@hum.au.dk

Practical issues:
The NNGI will provide funding for travel reimbursement and accommodation during the conference for all participating students up to a maximum of 5000 DKR (about 660EURO). There is a maximum of 15 participating PhD-students. There will be lunch provided for all participants and an optional conference dinner. More information to come in this regard.

Download a PDF-version of the call for papers here.

Reminder: Semestrets andet kredsmøde

Tid: Tirsdag den 16. marts, kl. 19-22

Sted: Mødelokale 1, Studenternes Hus, (Stakladen)

Oplægsholder: Kresten Lundsgaard-Leth

Tekstmateriale: Afsluttende Uvidenskabelig Efterskrift, Første Halvbind, Anden Deel, andet afsnit & ”Tillæg” (s. 107 – 252 i Samlede Værker, 9. Bind)