HSGB Annual Conference 2017

The Hegel Society's Annual Conference

7-8 September 2017

St Edmund Hall, Oxford

HEGEL AND METAPHYSICS

Thursday, 7th September

1.00-1.30 Conference registration

1.30-3.00 Dean Moyar (Johns Hopkins University): “Inferentialism, Metaphysics, and the Good”

Coffee break

3.30-5.00 Paul Giladi (University College Dublin): “Hegelian Idealism and the Metaphysics of Individuality”

5.30-7.00 Sally Sedgwick (University of Illinois at Chicago): “Internal versus External Purpose in Hegel’s Philosophy of History”

7.30 Dinner

8.30 AGM

Friday, 8th September

9.30-11.00 Yitzhak Melamed (Johns Hopkins University): “Hegel, Spinoza, and the Reality of Time”

Coffee break

11.30-12.15 Daniel Burnfin (University of Chicago) and Jason Yonover (Johns Hopkins University): “Hegel’s Critique of Spinoza”

12.15-1.00 Anne Clausen (Universität Göttingen): “Contradiction (Widerspruch) as the Principle of Movement”

1.00 Lunch

2.00-3.30 Brady Bowman (Penn State University): “The Transcendental and the Actual. Schelling’s Hegel-Critique Revisited”

3.30 Conference ends

Registration

To register for the conference:

(a) please complete the registration form that can be downloaded here: HSGB registration 2017, and submit as instructed on the form.

and

(b) pay for registration either using PayPal below, or by sending in a cheque with the registration form

Please note that the number of en-suite rooms is very limited, so if you want one of those please check availability before registering, by contacting Paul Giladi (paul.giladi@gmail.com)

The registration deadline is 11th August 2017


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Full Board




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Graduate bursaries

Graduate bursaries are also available, with a deadline of 1st August 2017. Please download the application form here, and follow the instructions on the form: HSGB Graduate Bursary application 2017