A Workshop on German Aesthetics

June 26, 2019
Philosophy, Fordham University

Lowenstein, Plaza View Room (12th Floor)
W. 60th St and Columbus Ave
New York
United States

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The New School
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Harvard University
State University of New York at Binghamton

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Fordham University

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A Workshop on German Aesthetics

Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus

Lowenstein Building, Plaza View Room (12th Floor)

Wednesday June 26, 2019

Session I – Chair: Michael Begun (Fordham)

10:00 – Samantha Matherne (Harvard University)

   “Rethinking Kantian Aesthetic Normativity” 

11:30 – Wiebke Deimling (Clark University)

  “Kant’s Theory of Tragedy”

1:00 – Lunch Break

Session II – Chair: Daryl Tress (Fordham)

2:30 – Melissa Zinkin (SUNY Binghamton)

“Aesthetic Judgment, the Generation of Concepts, and Cognitive Mastery in Kant”

4:00 – Jay Bernstein (New School for Social Research)

“Kant and Adorno on Mind and World: From Wild Beauties to Spiral Jetty

Sponsored by the Fordham Philosophy Department’s German Philosophy Group

Contact: Reed Winegar (bwinegar@fordham.edu)

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