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International Hegel Conference (October 3-6th), Istanbul

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The XXIX. International Hegel Congress will be held in Istanbul on 3 – 6 October 2012.  Organized by The International Hegel-Society (Internationale Hegel-Gesellschaft e.V.) in collaboration with Bogazici University Philosophy Department and the Municipality of Besiktas, the first day of the congress on October 3rd will take place at Albert Long Hall.  For further information, please check http://www.hegelistanbul2012.com.

Here are the details of the talks on the first day (Wednesday, October 3rd), which take place at Bogazici University:

14.00-14.30: Opening

14.30-15.30: İlber Ortaylı, “Hegel and the Eastern Empires.”

15.30-16.30: Wilfried Ver Eecke, “The Absence of Reflection on Language in the Master-Slave Dialectic.”

16.30-17.00: Pause

17.00-18.00: Brady Bowman, “Bureaucracy, Publicity and Civic Humanisms in Hegel’s Philosophy of Right.”

18.00-19.00: Theodore Geraets, “Hegel’s Articulation of Meaning – Reading Hegel after Gadamer.”



Written by Lucas Thorpe

September 30, 2012 at 6:41 pm

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