"Reception, Transformation, Criticism – Hegel and Early Modern Philosophy.”
Beginn: 19.11.2021 16:00
Ende: 21.11.2021 12:15
While Hegel's philosophy is often read as an answer to Kant's project of transcendental philosophy, there are good reasons to think of Hegel as building on other early modern ideas. While he discusses, transforms, adapts, and/or criticizes these from a distinctly post-Kantian perspective, he does so in a highly original and often provocative way. This workshop is intended to discuss Hegel’s relationship to pre-Kantian thought, involving a great spectrum of themes and topics dealing with diverse aspects of Hegel’s relation to his predecessors in the Early Modern period (including Enlightenment philosophers).
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