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RessourcentypKonferenzen, Tagungen, Kolloquien
TitelImpact of Idealism
BeschreibungThe Leverhulme International Network, "The Impact of Idealism", is holding its final conference from the 6th to the 8th Sept 2012 at Magdalene College, Cambridge CB30AG.

A provisional programme can be found below. This, along with the four-volume set, "The Impact of Idealism: the legacy of post-Kantian German Thought" (general editors Nicholas
Boyle and Liz Disley, section editors Karl Ameriks, John Walker, Nicholas Adams and Christoph Jamme, Cambridge University Press, forthcoming Autumn 2013), is the culmination of this three-year project, funded by the Leverhulme and Newton trusts. Over three days, many of the project's contributors will present the contributions that have resulted from their participation in the network.

As an interdisciplinary conference, this meeting is likely to be of interest to philosophers, both continental and analytical, intellectual historians and social scientists, theologians and literary scholars, amongst others. Papers will be pre-circulated to registered participants and summarized by their authors at the conference. Those attending can choose whether to come to all three
days, or just one or two. Accommodation is available in Cripps Court, Magdalene college's conference centre, where en-suite rooms are available. There are also a limited number of cheaper rooms with shared bathrooms, e.g. for graduate students. Please see the project website, to
download the registration form. Please note that the deadline for registration is the 24th of July.

The Impact of Idealism: the legacy of post-Kantian German thought Cripps Court, Magdalene College, Cambridge, CB30AG, UK 6th, 7th and 8th Sept 2012

(5th Sept – registration for those already arrived, 3pm to 6pm)

6th September

8.00-8.45 – breakfast

(8.00-9am – Tea/Coffee, registration)

9am – Welcome + introductions

9.30am – PLENARY 1 (Karl Ameriks, University of Notre Dame)

10.30 – 11am – Tea/Coffee + late registration

11am-1pm SESSION I

11am-11.30am - Peter Hylton, University of Illinois at Chicago
Idealism and the origin of analytic philosophy

11.30am-12.00pm Robert Stern, University of Sheffield
‘My station and its duties’: social role accounts of obligation in
Green and Bradley

12.00pm-12.30pm Robert Richards, University of Chicago
Idealism and biology from Schelling and Goethe to Owen and Darwin

12.30pm-1pm Andreas Grossman, University of Hamburg
The Impact of Hegelianism on German legal thought

1pm-2pm – Lunch

2pm-4pm SESSION II

2pm-2.30pm Robert Hanna, University of Colorado
Transcendental idealism and phenomenology: Kant, Meinong and Husserl

2.30pm- 3.00pm Dan Dahlstrom, Boston University
From Kant to Heidegger

3.00pm-3.30pm Sebastian Gardner, University College London
Philosophy of the unconscious

3.30pm-4pm David Midgley, University of Cambridge
Bergson, Dilthey and Scheler

4pm Tea/Coffee

4.30-6.30 SESSION III

4.30pm-5pm Fred Rush, University of Notre Dame
Three concepts in social philosophy from Hegel to Horkheimer

5pm-5.30pm Brian O’Connor, University College, Dublin
Adorno and German Idealism

5.30-6pm Anil Bhatti, JN University, New Delhi
German Idealism and Orientalism

6pm-6.30pm Marion Heinz
Idealism, gender and recognition

6.30pm-7pm Cash Bar open, Gallery
7.30 dinner
After dinner – cash bar open as above

Friday, 7th September

8.00 – 8.45 – breakfast

(8.00am-9am – registration for day delegates)

9.0am – 11.00am – SESSION IV

9.00am-9.30am Onora O’Neill, University of Cambridge
Idealism in political practice and the theory of international relations

9.30am-10am Douglas Moggach, University of Ottawa
Marx and German Idealism

10.00am-10.30am Chris Thornhill, University of Glasgow
Idealism and the idea of a constitution

10.30am-11am Irene Stolzi
German and Italian Idealism

11am – 11.30am – Tea/Coffee

11.30-1pm SESSION V

11.30am-12pm – Paul Franks, University of Toronto
German Idealism and Jewish philosophy

12pm-12.30pm Stephan Nachtsheim, RWTH University of Aachen
The concept of culture in neo-Kantian thought

12.30pm-1pm William Rasch, Indiana University
Habermas and intercultural communication

1pm-2pm Lunch

2pm-4pm SESSION VI

2pm-2.30pm Peter Dews, University of Essex
Fichte and Korsgaard on Evil

2.30pm-3pm George Williamson, University of Alabama
Schelling, Strauss and Mythology

3pm-3.30pm Nicholas Boyle, University of Cambridge
Idealism and Hermeneutics (provisional title)

3.30-4pm Dale Schlitt, University of St Paul
Idealism and the Trinity

4pm-4.30pm Tea/Coffee

4.30pm-6.30pm – SESSION VII

4.30pm-5pm John Walker, Birkbeck
The autonomy of the theological from Hegel to Radical Orthodoxy

5pm-5.30pm Nicholas Adams, University of Edinburgh
Faith and reason

5.30pm-6pm Martin Wendte, University of Heidelberg
Transcendence and immanence

6.00pm-7pm PLENARY III – Rowan Williams

7pm-7.30pm Cash Bar, Gallery
7.30pm Dinner
After dinner – cash bar open as above

8th Sept

8.00 – 8.45 – Breakfast
(8.30am-9am – registration for day delegates)

9am Plenary – Roger Scruton

10am – SESSION VIII (2 papers)

10am-10.30am – Terry Pinkard, Georgetown University
German Idealism, Wagner and language (provisional)

10.30am-11am - Andrew Bowie, Royal Holloway College
Music and philosophy, a mutual emergence

11am – 11.30am – Tea/Coffee

11.30-1pm SESSION IX (3 papers)

11.30am-12pm Stephan Matuschek, University of Jena
Romanticism as literary idealism

12pm-12.30pm Stephen Houlgate, Warwick University
The end of art

12.30pm- 1pm - Annemarie Gethmann-Siefert, Hagen University
The rise of art history

1pm-2pm Lunch

2pm-4pm SESSION X (4 papers)

2pm-2.30pm Allen Speight, Boston University
Tragedy, theory and practice

2.30pm-3pm Felix Saure
Schinkel and German Idealism

3pm-3.30pm James Vigus, University of Jena
The 'Kantian gospel' from Crabb Robinson to Coleridge

3.30pm-4pm Ian D. Cooper , University of Göttingen
Idealism in 19th century German literature

4pm-4.30pm Tea/Coffee

4.30pm-5.30pm – SESSION XI (2 papers)

4.30pm-5pm Ulrich Pothast, University of Hannover
The idealist problematic in modern literature

5pm-5.30pm Christoph Jamme, Leuphana University, Lüneburg
The legacy of the idealist aesthetic

5.30-6.30 – Plenary discussion

6.45-7.30 drinks reception

7.30 Conference dinner
After dinner – college bar open

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PersonName: Liz Disley 
Funktion: Project Manager 
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