Hegel in France: The French Reception of Hegel 1933 to 1952
Cambridge CB2 1TL
- Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism
- DAAD Cambridge Research Hub for German Studies
- Mind Association
- 19th Century Philosophy
- 20th Century Philosophy
- History of Western Philosophy, Miscellaneous
- Philosophy of Mind
- Philosophy of Religion
- M&E, Miscellaneous
- Continental Philosophy
- European Philosophy
- Philosophical Traditions, Miscellaneous
- Philosophy of Law
- Social and Political Philosophy
- Value Theory, Miscellaneous
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HEGEL IN FRANCE
The French Reception of Hegel 1933 to 1952
Clare College, Cambridge
We propose to treat the French reception of Hegel beginning in 1933, when Alexandre Kojeve began his famous lecture series on the Phenomenology of Spirit, and continuing with the publication of Jean Hyppolite’s Logic and Existence in 1952. This conference aims to explore the reception of Hegel within French philosophy between 1933 and 1952.
Douglas Hedley, University of Cambridge
Adrian Mihai, University of Cambridge
The Birth of French Hegelianism: Victor Cousin's Hegel
Alexander Raubo, University of Cambridge
Alexandre Koyré and Hegel in Jena
Andrew Sackin-Poll, University of Cambridge
La vérité sentie - Jean Wahl, The Philosopher's Way
1:30-2:30 Edmund Smith, University of Warwick
What was 'Dialectical Logic'?
Ryan Haecker, University of Cambridge
The Slaughter-Bench of Logic: Georges Bataille on Hegelian Dialectic
Anne Clausen, Universität Göttingen
Eric-John Russell, Kingston University London
A Fairly Amiable Taunting: Guy Debord's Hegel
Location: Clare College, Latimer Room, Saturday 18 May
In Collaboration with
Cambridge Young Hegelians
Generously Sponsored By
DAAD Cambridge Research Hub for German Studies
Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism
This is a student event (e.g. a graduate conference).
May 18, 2019, 8:00am BST
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