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Warwick Post-Kantian European Philosophy Seminar 2021-2022

Convenors: Andrew Huddleston and Daniele Lorenzini

Sessions will be held in hybrid mode from 5:30pm to 7:15pm

 

Programme

 

19 October 2021

Recognition after Fichte

Michelle KoschLink opens in a new window (Cornell)

 

2 November 2021

Truth, the Whole Truth, and "Politics of Truth": Foucault on the Revaluation of Values

Tuomo TiisalaLink opens in a new window (Helsinki)

 

17 November 2021

The Subjects of Capitalism: From Marx to Foucault

Johanna OksalaLink opens in a new window (Loyola University Chicago)

 

30 November 2021

The Normativity of Color: Phenomenological Perspectives

Samantha MatherneLink opens in a new window (Harvard)

 

25 January 2022

The ‘Existential’ versus the ‘Modal’ Interpretation of Heidegger’s Conception of Death

Mark WrathallLink opens in a new window (Oxford)

 

8 February 2022

Understanding Meaning in the History of Philosophy

Gordon FinlaysonLink opens in a new window (Sussex)

 

8 March 2022

The Idea of a 'Religion of Art': The Case of Wagner 

Andrew HuddlestonLink opens in a new window (Warwick)

 

17 May 2022 (in S0.11)

Hegel on Being

Elena FicaraLink opens in a new window (Paderborn) and Robert SternLink opens in a new window (Sheffield)

Response by Stephen HoulgateLink opens in a new window (Warwick)

 

31 May 2022 (in S0.13)

Nietzsche and William James on Scientism as Fanaticism

Rachel CristyLink opens in a new window (KCL)

 

 

Other Events

 

Workshop Genealogy

3-4 June 2021

Papers by Amy Allen (Penn State), Sacha Golob (KCL), Guy Longworth (Warwick), Daniele Lorenzini (Warwick), Matthieu Queloz (Oxford), Daniel Rodriguez-Navas (New School), Sabina Vaccarino Bremner (Groningen), Lee Wilson (Edinburgh)

The event will be held online, from 1.30pm to 5.30pm; programme hereLink opens in a new window

 
Beyond the Punitive Society

A joint session of Abolition Democracy 13/13 with the Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical ThoughtLink opens in a new window

7 January 2021

with Miguel de Beistegui, Claire Blencowe, Henrique Carvalho, Stuart Elden, Daniele Lorenzini, Goldie Osuri, Irene Dal Poz, Federico Testa, and Bernard E. Harcourt

The event will be held online, from 5.15pm to 7.45pm

 

Biopolitics Reading Group II

October 2020-March 2021

Programme (term 1) hereLink opens in a new window

Programme (term 2) hereLink opens in a new window

 

 

Conferences

 
Warwick Continental Philosophy Conference 2020-2021

Please see the WCPC websiteLink opens in a new window for more information.

 

2021 Joining the Circle of the System - A virtual conference series

Please see the Hegel @ Warwick websiteLink opens in a new window for more information.

 

2021 Conference on Objectivity, Idea and Nature

Please see the Hegel @ Warwick websiteLink opens in a new window for more information.

 

 

Past Events

 

Warwick Post-Kantian European Philosophy Seminar 2020-2021

Convenors: Keith Ansell-Pearson and Daniele Lorenzini

Sessions will be held online, from 5:30pm to 7:15pm

 

Programme

 

20 October 2020

In the South: Nietzsche and the Homines Religiosi in The Gay Science V

Robert C. MinerLink opens in a new window (Baylor University)

ExtractsLink opens in a new window

 

3 November 2020

Lucretius our Contemporary

Thomas NailLink opens in a new window (University of Denver)

 

17 November 2020

The Rhythm of Democracy—The Pulse of Deconstruction

Naomi Waltham-SmithLink opens in a new window (University of Warwick)

HandoutLink opens in a new window

 

1 December 2020

Sketches of Lived Time

Wahida KhandkerLink opens in a new window (Manchester Metropolitan University)

ChapterLink opens in a new window

 

19 January 2021

Masculinity as an Impasse: Beauvoir’s Understanding of Men’s Situation in The Second Sex

Manon GarciaLink opens in a new window (Harvard Society of Fellows)

 

9 February 2021

The Spirit of Revenge and its Political Destiny: Between Spinoza and Nietzsche

Miguel de BeisteguiLink opens in a new window (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)

 

23 February 2021

Kant's Idea of Unity

Angela BreitenbachLink opens in a new window (University of Cambridge)

 

9 March 2021

The Significance of the Use of Relief for the Structure of Intentions in Late Palaeolithic Cave Art

Fiona HughesLink opens in a new window (University of Essex)

 

4 May 2021

Contested Legacies: Constellations of Terrorism in the Postbellum United States

Verena Erlenbusch-AndersonLink opens in a new window (Syracuse University)

Response: Quassim CassamLink opens in a new window (University of Warwick)

 
Foucault at Warwick II

17 January 2020

with Alison Downham MooreLink opens in a new window (Western Sydney), Lisa DowningLink opens in a new window (Birmingham), Stuart EldenLink opens in a new window (PAIS, Warwick), Daniele LorenziniLink opens in a new window (Philosophy, Warwick), Federico TestaLink opens in a new window (IAS, Warwick)

The event will be held in room OC1.06, from 5pm to 7pm

 

Biopolitics Reading Group

May-June 2020

Programme hereLink opens in a new window

 

Warwick Post-Kantian European Philosophy Seminar 2019-2020

Convenors: Keith Ansell-Pearson and Daniele Lorenzini

Sessions will be held in room S0.11, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm

 

Programme

 

15 October 2019

Launch event *

Tragedy, the Greeks, and Us

Simon CritchleyLink opens in a new window (New School for Social Research)

Response by Andrew CooperLink opens in a new window (Warwick) and David FearnLink opens in a new window (Warwick)

* The seminar will be followed by a drinks reception. All welcome.

 

29 October 2019

Kant and Hegel on the Antinomies of Reason

Stephen HoulgateLink opens in a new window (Warwick)

 

19 November 2019

‘The Doing is Everything’: A Middle-Voiced Reading of Agency in Nietzsche

Beatrice Han-PileLink opens in a new window (Essex)

 

26 November 2019

Making Sense of Politics: Towards a Deleuzian-Humean Political Theory

Jeffrey A. BellLink opens in a new window (Southeastern Louisiana University)

 

21 January 2020

Genealogy and Critique

Daniele LorenziniLink opens in a new window (Warwick): Genealogy, Possibilization, and (Post-)Critique

David OwenLink opens in a new window (Southampton): Genealogy as Re-Problematization: Autonomy, Aspect-Change and Limits

 

4 February 2020

Philosophies of the Wolf: Hobbes, Freud, and Deleuze & Guattari

Nina PowerLink opens in a new window (Roehampton)

 

18 February 2020

An Enquiry Concerning Nonhuman Understanding: Philosophy, Ecstasy, and Ecological Thinking

Simone KotvaLink opens in a new window (Cambridge)

 

3 March 2020

Bergson on Time and Freedom

This session was cancelled due to industrial action

 

12 May 2020

What Is Free Speech? Michel Foucault Answers for the Greeks

This session was cancelled due to Covid-19

 

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