Autumn 2018 and Winter 2019 Schedule Now Available

I am pleased to announce the German Philosophy Workshop Schedule for the Autumn 2018 and Winter 2019 quarters:

Autumn 2018

November 30: Josh Eisenthal (Pittsburgh), “Hertz’s dynamical models in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus

Winter 2019

January 11: Melina Garibovic (Chicago), “Fichte’s Conscience”

January 18, James Messina (Wisconsin, Madison), “Kant’s Spinozism Charge”

January 25, Laura Davis (Pittsburgh), “Rethinking Kant’s Logical Hylomorphism”

February 1, Till Hoeppner (Postsdam), “Kantian Thoughts”

February 8, Martijn Wallage (Leipzig), “Lost in Representation: On Solipsism”

February 15, Mathis Koschel (Chicago), “Objectivity in Hegel’s Science of Logic”

February 22, Jonas Held (Leipzig), “Logic as the Science of the Spontaneous Mind: Kant on the Laws of Pure General Logic”

March 1-March 3, Conference: Thinking and Being 

https://centerforgermanphilosophy.uchicago.edu/conferences/thinking-and-being/

March 7, Maria Van der Schaar (Leiden), “Modification in Husserl.”  Departmental Colloquium.

March 8-March 10, Conference: Thought and Judgment

https://centerforgermanphilosophy.uchicago.edu/conferences/thought-and-judgment/

March 15, Anastasia Berg (Cambridge), “Free Falling: Kant and the Freedom to do Evil”

March 22, Avner Steinmetz (Chicago), “Are Emotions Transparent?”

Autumn Quarter 2018

This quarter, the German Philosophy Workshop is happy to present:

“Hertz’s dynamical models in Wittgenstein’s Tractatus

Josh Eisenthal (University of Pittsburgh)

November 30, 2018, 3-5:20 pm, Wieboldt 408

This meeting will be co-sponsored with the Theoretical Philosophy Workshop.

This Friday, June 8th: Rafeeq Hasan & Martin Stone

The German Philosophy Workshop is happy to present:

What is Provisional Right?

Rafeeq Hasan (Amherst College) and Martin Jay Stone (Yeshiva University)
 Friday, June 8th, 2:00 – 4:30 pm
Wieboldt 408

 

The paper can be found under papers. A light reception will follow in the Anscombe Library.

People who need assistance, please contact me at koschel at uchicago dot edu.

This Thursday, May 31st: Mathis Koschel

The German Philosophy Workshop is happy to present:

Knowledge, Unconditionality and Freedom
Kant on the Limits of Causal Explanation

Mathis Koschel (University of Chicago)
 Thursday, May 31st, 1:00 – 3:00 pm
Cobb 409

 

People who need assistance, please contact me at koschel at uchicago dot edu.

This Friday, May 25th: Shana Crandell

The German Philosophy Workshop is happy to present:

Hegel and Kant on Practical Cognition of Actuality

Shana Crandell (University of Chicago)
 Friday, May 25th, 2:00 – 4:30 pm
Wieboldt 408

The paper can be found under papers. A light reception will follow in the Anscombe Library.

People who need assistance, please contact me at koschel at uchicago dot edu.

Friday, May 18th: Daniel Warren

The German Philosophy Workshop is happy to present:

Kant’s Early Views on Ground and Force

Daniel Warren (University of California, Berkeley)
 Friday, May 18th, 2:00 – 4:30 pm
Wieboldt 408

 

 

The paper will be presented at the talk. A light reception will follow in the Anscombe Library.

People who need assistance, please contact me at koschel at uchicago dot edu.

Wednesday, May 16th: Irad Kimhi

The German Philosophy Workshop is happy to co-present with the Wittgenstein Workshop:

The Verb “to be” and the Subject of Philosophy

Irad Kimhi (University of Leipzig & University of Chicago)
 Wednesday, May 16th, 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Harper 130

The paper will be presented at the talk.

People who need assistance, please contact me at koschel at uchicago dot edu.

Friday, March 30th: Matthias Haase

The German Philosophy Workshop is happy to present:

Vegetation and Individuation

Matthias Haase (University of Chicago)
 Friday, March 30th, 2:00-4:30 pm
Wieboldt 408

 

The paper can be found under “papers”. A light reception will follow in the Anscombe Lounge.

People who need assistance, please contact me at koschel at uchicago dot edu.

Thursday, March 15th: Lawrence Dallman

The German Philosophy Workshop is happy to present:

Marxian True Criticism and the Myth of the Given

Lawrence Dallman (University of Chicago)
 Thursday, March 15th, 5:00-7:00 pm
Wieboldt 408

 

The paper, to be read in advance, can be found under “papers”.

People who need assistance, please contact me at koschel at uchicago dot edu.

Friday, March 2nd: Lucy Allais

The German Philosophy Workshop is happy to present:

Disunity of the Self

Lucy Allais (University of the Witwatersrand & University of California, San Diego)
 Friday, March 2nd, 2:00-4:30
Wieboldt 408

 

 

The paper, to be read in advance, can be found under “papers”. A light reception will follow in the Anscombe Lounge.

People who need assistance, please contact me at koschel at uchicago dot edu.