martes, 22 de enero de 2013

Futures of Schelling: The 2nd Annual Meeting of The North American Schelling Society

Western University London, ON Canada – August 29- September 1, 2013
With the recent resurgence of interest in Schelling he is no longer just a “vanishing mediator”
(in Žižek’s phrase) between Idealism and Heideggerian or postHeideggerian thought. 
Schelling is being read in interesting ways both within this tradition and outside it. The North American Schelling Society’s second annual conference seeks to address the broad theme of the futures that Schelling opens up, in his own work, in the work of contemporaries or predecessors that he helps us to reconceptualize, and in the way his work informs or can inform subsequent and future philosophical, theoretical, and interdisciplinary work. Possible topics might include:
  • How Schelling helps us rethink the work of contemporaries (such as Hegel) or predecessors (such as Boehme)
  • Schelling and subsequents theorists and philosophers who have taken up his work (such as Habermas, Žižek, Heidegger, Nancy)
  • Schelling’s impact on and significance for the style of philosophical thinking and writing
  • Schelling as a returning and retreating origin for disciplines other than philosophy (e.g. psychoanalysis, aesthetics, anthropology)
  • Trends in Schelling scholarship
  • The significance of the analytic utilization of Hegel (by Brandom, McDowell etc.) for Schelling scholarship
  • Schelling’s relation to emerging technologies
  • How Schelling can help us think about the environmental crisis
  • Schelling and the sciences

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