November 22: Andrew Pitel (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

How Cartesian is Kant?

Andrew Pitel (University of Chicago)
Friday, November 22, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

The paper will be presented at the workshop.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

November 15: Sarale Ben Asher (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

The Copernican Revolution as a Philosophical Example

Sarale Ben Asher (University of Chicago)
Friday, November 15, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

The paper will be read at the workshop and is available for download here.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

November 8: Shana Crandell (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

The Impossibility of Moral Superintendence

Shana Crandell (University of Chicago)
Friday, November 8, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

A light reception will follow in the Anscombe Library.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

October 25: Andrew Werner (Yale)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

“Hegel and the Truth of Skepticism: A Reply to Disjunctivism”
Andrew Werner (Yale)
Friday, October 25, 03:00 – 05:20 p.m.
Wieboldt Hall 408

The paper is available for download here (password-protected).

A light reception will follow in the Anscombe Library.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Pirachula Chulanon (pirachula@uchicago.edu).

WEDNESDAY, May 29: Sarah Ryckmans (UC Louvain)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

“The Question of Critique as Knowledge in Kant”

Sarah Ryckmans

Rescheduled to May 29, 6- 8 pm

Wieboldt 408

 

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Amy Levine at amylevine@uchicago.edu

May 24: Wolfram Gobsch (Leipzig)

The German Philosophy Workshop is excited to present:

Philosophizing as Dying:  Self-Knowledge and Reconciliation in Hegel

Wolfram Gobsch (Leipzig)

Friday, May 24, 3-5:20 pm

Wieboldt 408

This weeks workshop meeting will be read-ahead. Please find the paper, in English and German, in the “Papers” section of the website.

A light reception will follow in the Anscombe library.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Amy Levine at amylevine@uchicago.edu

RESCHEDULED–May 29: Sarah Ryckmans (Louvain)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

“The Question of Critique as Knowledge in Kant”

Sarah Ryckmans

Rescheduled to May 29, 6- 8 pm

Wieboldt 408

A light reception will follow in the Anscombe library.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Amy Levine at amylevine@uchicago.edu

May 10: Andrew Pitel (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is excited to present:

“Substance, Essence and Non-Predicative Thought in Kant”

Andrew Pitel (Chicago)

Friday, May 10, 3-5:20 pm

Wieboldt 408

A light reception will follow in the Anscombe library.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Amy Levine at amylevine@uchicago.edu

Cancelled: May 3: Yoon Choi (Marquette)

This week’s meeting of the German Philosophy Workshop will be cancelled. We hope to invite Yoon back to Chicago to speak at the workshop soon!

 

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

“Kant on Inner Sense”

Yoon Choi (Marquette)

Friday, May 3, 3-5:20 pm

Wieboldt 408

A light reception will follow in the Anscombe library.

The German Philosophy Workshop is committed to being a fully accessible workshop. For any questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact Amy Levine at amylevine@uchicago.edu