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Evil, Freedom, and Time: A Conference on Schelling's Freedom essay and Ages of the World


***UPDATE*** Unfortunately, Daniel Whistler has had to cancel his talk. Please see the revised conference schedule here.

Registration for the Conference is now open
 

Keynote Speakers: Daniel Whistler (Liverpool) and Iain Hamilton Grant (UWE)

With generous support from the British Society for the History of Philosophy

In recent years, there has been a rapidly growing interest in the thought of F.W.J. Schelling, in the United Kingdom as well as abroad. In order to contribute to this ‘Schelling renaissance’, the University of Warwick will hold a conference on two of Schelling’s most significant works, the fundamental texts of the so-called ‘middle period’: Philosophical Investigations into the Essence of Human Freedom and Ages of the World. By focusing on this central period of Schelling’s thought, the conference aims to expose the significance of Schelling’s philosophy to the wider philosophical community while providing a platform for faculty and students already working on Schelling to collaborate on two of his essential projects.

The conference will take place on Friday, 30th May in the Social Sciences Building, Room S0.19.

Registration for the conference can be found here. Following the conference, all delegates are invited to dinner at Le Gusta Oven and Bar, at their own expense. Please indicate whether you would like to reserve a place on the registration form. For all inquiries regarding the conference, please contact Benjamin Berger.


 

schelling imageWhen: Friday, 30th May, 2014

Where: Social Sciences Building, S0.19