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Warwick Continental Philosophy Conference

Warwick Continental Philosophy Conference 2020/21:

Continental Philosophy and its Histories

Online event

25-27 March 2021

University of Warwick (UK)

(Covid Postponement of WCPC 2020)

Conference Programme

Thursday 25th of March

Panel 1

10:00 - 11:30

Aleksandra Gomulczak: “Research Approaches to the Study of the Analytic-Continental Divide”

Mary Peterson: “An Irony in History: Rorty and Bernstein on the Analytic Tradition”

Detlef Von Daniels: “Gottlob Frege as a Continental Philosopher, or: Analytical Philosophy and its Dialectics”


12:00 - 13:30

Mogens Lærke: “Historiographical Neutrality from Delbos to Gueroult”

Panel 2

15:00 - 16:30

Marie Louise Krogh: “The Historiography of Philosophy in Three Inaugural Lectures: Gueroult, Hyppolite and Foucault at Collège de France"

Evgenia Ilieva: “J.L. Mehta’s Critical Encounter with Hegel and Heidegger”

Daniel Weizman: “Discipline or Encounter: Deleuze and his Professors on the History of Philosophy”

Panel 3

17:00 - 18:30

Luke Ilott: “Foucault’s Parodic Histories”

Christopher R. Myers: “Nietzsche, Dilthey, and the Lebensphilosophie Shift in Perspective on Life and History”

Kim Maslin: “Hannah Arendt and the Importance of History or Why is Heidegger the “Last Romantic”?”

Friday 26th of March


Panel 4

12:00 - 13:30

William Parkhurst: “Rethinking Historical Methodology: Falsifying Methodologies with Archival Evidence”

Alexander A. Lvov: “How to Philosophize Scientifically: The Historians’ of Thought Project of Philosophy as Strict Science”

Robert Scott: “Hegel's Gallery of Images”

Panel 5

14:30 - 16:30

Chiara de Cosmo: “Facts and Tendencies: The Connection Between Philosophy of History and Sociology in Adorno’s Thought”

Josh Lalonde: “From the History of Being to Historical Materialism”

Zeke Goggin: “Presenting the Unpresentable: History and Redemption in Novalis and Benjamin”

Sebastiano Taccola: “Marx’s Critique of Political Economy and the Foundation of a Critical Historiography: Models of Social Formation and the Reading of Historical Processes”


17:00 - 18:30

Francey Russell: “Hypostasizing the Mind: A Metatheory of Freud's Metapsychology”

Saturday 27th of March



10:00 - 11:30

Christine Battersby: “Continental Philosophy and Feminist Philosophy: Slipping Through the Gaps”

Panel 6

12:00 - 13:30

Tadahiro Oota: "The Reception and Influence of J.F. Fries: The Limits of the ‘German Idealism’ Frame”

Beatrice Beccari: “Eadem Sed Aliter: The Value of History According to Arthur Schopenhauer”

Elisabeth Li: "On History and Aporia: Gillian Rose’s use of Søren Kierkegaard”

Panel 7

15:00 - 16:30

Elvira Basevich: “Reckoning with Hegel on Race”

Ryan J. Johnson: “Eternal Recurrence and a History of Racism”

John Harfouch: “Direct Restitutions: A Methodology in the Philosophy of Mind”


17:00 - 18:30

Stella Sandford: “Kant, ‘Race’, and ‘Sex’”

Conference Venue:

Online conference through Zoom - link will be provided after registration completes

Department of Philosophy

University of Warwick


United Kingdom

Register for the Conference:

Please follow this link to register for the WCPC 2021 Continental Philosophy and its Histories conference.

Please fill in the form with the required details. The Zoom links for the selected panels and keynote presentations, as well as pre-submitted articles, will be sent to you at a later date closer to the conference.

Additional information

This conference is made possible by generous funding provided by the University of Warwick Philosophy Department and British Society for the History of Philosophy. It is an annual event within The Centre for Research in Post-Kantian European Philosophy (University of Warwick).

WCPC 2020/21 organised by:

Conference committee would also like to sincerely thank Irene Dal Poz for all the work undertaken during the organisation of the originally planned version of this conference.


23 Feb '21 - Conference Programme published and Registration opened.

09 Dec '20 - Conference rescheduled as an online event and CFA Re-opened (link to PDF)

11 Dec '19 - Original CFA Opened

Sponsored by:

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Attendees will receive a book discount provided by:

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