Conference: Hegel on Empirical Judgment
June 4 – June 5
A conference on the topics of empirical judgment and cognition in Hegel’s Philosophy of Subjective Spirit. The conference will take place remotely, via Zoom, on June 4th and 5th, 2021.
Julia Peters (Tübingen), TBD
W. Clark Wolf (Marquette), “The Logical Caius: Hegel on Naming and Demonstrative Thought”
Mark Alznauer (Northwestern), “Hegel on Philosophy as Radical Conceptual Amelioration” with comments by Matt Delhey (Toronto)
Martina Barnaba (La Sapienza), “Representation and Symbol: A Link between Intuition and Thought”, with comments by Eliza Starbuck Liittle (Chicago)
Tal Giladi (Hebrew University), “Hegel’s Critique of Judgment” with comments by Chris Shambaugh (Oregon)
Lucian Ionel (Pittsburgh), “Sensibility & Receptivity” with comments by Robb (UC Dublin)
Leonard Weiss (Sheffield), “The Check from Outside: Hegel vs. McDowell on Conceptual Content” with comments by Camilla Brenni (Strasbourg/Poitiers)
Andrew Werner (Yale), “Hegel’s Transformative Theory of Empirical Intuition” with comments by Gene Flenady (Monash)
Please note that this is event is not organized by the CCGP, but announced here because it is an event in the field of German philosophy. Please direct questions to the conference organizers: Robb Dunphy, University College Dublin, firstname.lastname@example.org or Eliza Starbuck Little, University of Chicago, email@example.com.