Friday, May 19th, Jessica Tizzard

The German Philosophy Workshop is very happy to present:   “Practical Reason and the Call to Faith: Kant on the Postulates of Freedom, God, and Immortality”   Jessica Tizzard (University of Chicago)    Friday, May 19th, 1:30-4:20   Foster 305     The paper will be read at the workshop and is available under “papers.” A lively discussion will […]

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Friday, March 31st, Matthew Boyle

The German Philosophy Workshop, in collaboration with the Wittgenstein Philosophy Workshop, is happy to hold a special Prospectives’ Week session on:   “Self-Knowledge, Self-Concern, and the First Person Perspective”    Matthew Boyle (University of Chicago)    Friday, March 31st, 1:30-4:20   Foster 305   The paper is available under the “papers” tab and will be read out at the workshop.

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Friday, March 17th, Simon Gurofsky

The German Philosophy Workshop is happy to present:   “On Recent Metaphysical Interpretations of the First Critique.“    Simon Gurofsky (University of Chicago)    Friday, March 17th, 1:30-4:20   Foster 305     The paper will be read at the workshop and is available here under the “papers” tab. A discussion will follow.

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Friday, March 3rd, Gilad Nir at GPW

“The Disunity of Aristotle’s Metaphysics and the Unity of Heidegger’s Being and Time” Gilad Nir (University of Chicago)  Friday, March 3rd, 1:30-4:20 Foster 305 The paper will be read at the workshop and is available here under the “papers” tab. A discussion will follow. Abstract: The central failure of the metaphysical tradition which stems from Aristotle, according […]

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Friday, Jan. 20, Christian Martin at GPW and WW

The Wittgenstein Workshop and the German Philosophy Workshop are happy to present: “Duality, Force, Language Games, and Our Form of Life”  Christian Martin (University of Munich)  Friday, Jan 20th, 1:30-4:20 New Location: Foster 305 The paper will be read at the meeting. It is currently available for download under Papers, as is a supplementary piece (“Wittgenstein on Perspicuous […]

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