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

April 26: Rory O’Connell (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is pleased to present:

“Productive Knowledge”

Rory O’Connell (Chicago)

Friday, April 26, 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

April 19: Ryan Simonelli (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is excited to present:

Frege and the Logical Notion of Judgment

Ryan Simonelli (Chicago)

Friday, April 19, 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

April 12: Michael Kolodziej (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop enthusiastically presents:

Kant’s Functions of Relation as Functions of Subordination

Michael Kolodziej (Chicago)

Friday, April 12, 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

April 5: Matthew Boyle (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

“Armchair Psychology Defended”

Matthew Boyle (Chicago)

Friday, April 5, 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

March 22: Avner Steinmetz (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

“Are Emotions Transparent?”

Avner Steinmetz (Chicago)

Friday, March 22, 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

March 15: Anastasia Berg (Cambridge)

The German Philosophy Workshop is thrilled to present:

“Kant on the Freedom to do Evil”

Anastasia Berg (Cambridge)

Friday, March 15, 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

February 22: Jonas Held (Leipzig)

The German Philosophy Workshop is excited to present:

“Kant on the Spontaneity of the Understadning”

Jonas Held (Leipzig

Friday, February 22, 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

February 15: Mathis Koschel (Chicago)

The German Philosophy Workshop is delighted to present:

“Unity and Mechanism – On the first Transitions of Objectivity in Hegel’s Sciene of Logic”

Mathis Koschel (Chicago)

Friday, February 15, 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

February 8: Martijn Wallage (Leipzig)

The German Philosophy Workshop is thrilled to present:

“A Life Which is Here and Now Endless”

Martijn Wallage (Leipzig)

Friday, February 8, 3-5:20

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