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This is the final program.

This is the final program. The keynotes of James Conant and David Wellbery changed their positions: Now, Mr. Wellbery will give his talk on Saturday, the 26th, at 3.p.m.; Mr. Conant on Sunday at 1.p.m. 



1.30-2.00 p.m., Room 115




2.15-4.30 p.m

Panel 1 Room 115 Panel 2 Room 116
Rachel Zuckert

Herder and the “Late Modern” System of the Arts


Sebastian Rödl

The Science of Logic as the Form of Knowledge


Daniel M. Feige

Beyond the Logic of the Possible - Constraints of Hegel’s System of the Arts

Hans Stauffacher

Wounding Blows and Aesthetic Narcissism:German Idealism and its Revenants



5.00 p.m. Room 115

Keynote: Thierry de Duve

Updating Genius – Some Philosophical Musings on EricCameron‘s Thick Paintings


10.30 a.m. - 12.45p.m.

Panel 3 Room 115 Panel 4 Room 116
Eva Geulen

Fates of Goethe‘s Morphology in the 20th Century (Simmel and Benjamin)

Albrecht Riethmüller

Music in Hegel‘s Aesthetics: The Centre of the Romantic Arts

Mark Potocnik

Subjectivity in Schiller‘s“The Maid of Orleans”

Alessandro Bertinetto

Absolute Music andAbsolute‘s Music.The Meaning of Musicin German Idealism



3.00 p.m. Room 115

Keynote: David Carr

Experience, Subjectivity and History:German Idealism and Beyond



4.30-6.45 p.m

Panel 5 Room 115 Panel 6 Room 116
Getrud Koch

The Ghost of the Oldest System Program of German Idealism in the Newest FilmTheories

Rahel Jaeggi

Freedom as Non-Alienation -Hegel‘s “Objective“ Critiqueof Ethical Life

Lisa Åkervall

Becoming Visionary:A Differential Theory of the Faculties in Cinema

Frank Ruda

Dialectics, Contradiction,Iteration. Thinking by Dividing (Hegel)



07.15 p.m.

Keynote: Howard Caygill

Clausewitz and the Critique of Idealism



10.30 a.m. - 12.45 p.m

Panel 7 Room 115  Panel 8 Room 116
Christoph Menke

Second Nature:

The "Lapse" of Spirit

Sally Sedgwick

On the Status of the Narrative Form of Hegel´s "Philosophy of History"

Georg W. Bertram

Kant and Hegel on Aesthetic Reflection

Gunnar Hinrichs

Pure Forms of Thought



3.00 p.m Room 115

Keynote: David Wellbery

On the Idealist Concept of Endogenous Form



4.30 p.m. - 6.45 p.m.

Panel 9 Room 115 Panel 10 Room 116
Thomas Hilgers

Schiller´s Political Aesthetics

Jan Voelker

For the Time Being

Brigitte Hilmer

The Dreams of a Spirit-Seer and the Limits of an Aesthetic Judgment Community

Rado Riha

The Second Copernican Turn in Kant´s Third Critique


7.15 p.m. Room 115

Keynote: Mladen Dolar

Hegel’s Atom: The One, the Void and the Subject



10.30 a.m - 12.45 p.m.

Panel 11 Room 115 Panel 12 Room 116
Christiane Voss

The Aesthetic Dynamic of Migrating Transcendentalism

Hans-Thies Lehmann

Heartbreaking Melancholy, Peaceful Tragic? - A View from Today on Hegel‘s View on Drama and Theater

Alenka Zupancic

Kant and the Imperative

Richard Eldridge

“To Think Exactly and Courageously”: Poetry, Ingeborg Bachmann‘s Poetics, and her Bohemia Poem



1.00 p.m Room 115

Keynote: James Conant

An Outline of a Reading of the B Deduction