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Workshop for doctoral students: "Concept and Intuition in Kant and Hegel"

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Date de l'événement : mardi 26 novembre 2019 12:30 - mercredi 27 novembre 2019 16:30
Lieu : University of Luxembourg, Institute of Philosophy,
Campus Belval, MSA (Maison du Savoir), Room: 3.120
2, avenue de l'Université
L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette

26 November


Welcoming and introduction by Prof.Dr. Dietmar Heidemann & Sven Seidenthal (University of Luxembourg)


Lorenzo Sala (University of Pisa): Conceptualism or Nonconceptualism? Kant's Understanding of the Relation of Intuition and Concept in Light of its Historical Roots


Sven Seidenthal (University of Luxembourg): Incongruent Counterparts: Historical Background and Implications

-Coffee Break-


Pierluigi D’Agostino (University of Rome): Appearance and Contextuality


Daniel Erlewein (FU Berlin): Kant on the Role of Reflective Judgement in the Transition From Intuition to Empirical Concept

-Coffee Break-


Keynote speaker Prof. Markus Kohl (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill): Kant's Fourfold Model of Real Possibility


27 November


Sophia M. Fazio (University of Bonn): Does Kant fall into the Myth of the Given?

-Coffee Break-


Anne Clausen (University of Göttingen): Actuality and the Realm of Freedom

-Lunch Break-


Filip Niklas (University of Warwick): The Innate Conflict of Ideas: Hegel’s Idea of Cognition and Kant’s Cosmological Ideas

-Coffee Break-


Camilla Angeli (FU Berlin): Sensible Intuition in Hegel’s Theory of Experience

Fichier : Concept_and_Intuition_Poster.pdf 281,87 kB