THIS WORKSHOP WAS KINDLY SUPPORTED BY THE MIND ASSOCIATION

INTERNATIONAL HEGEL WORK-IN-PROGRESS WORKSHOP SERIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

6 December 2013 at Trinity College, Oxford (Sutro Room)

After the success of the 2012 workshop 'Exploring Hegel's Logic' we are very pleased to have been able to host the second workshop of our workshop series, 'Exploring Hegel's Psychology.'

The event took place on Friday, 6th December 2013 at Trinity College, University of Oxford and has been kindly supported by the Hegel Society of Great Britain and the Mind Association.

For further enquiries regarding the workshop 'Exploring Hegel's Psychology' please contact

Lucia Ziglioli (lucia.ziglioli(at)philosophy.ox.ac.uk) or
Susanne Herrmann-Sinai (susanne.herrmann-sinai(at)philosophy.ox.ac.uk)

Further details about the workshop and the reading group are to be found here.

Programme

9.00 Opening

9.15–10.15 Michael Inwood (Oxford)
Hegel on Physiognomy and Phrenology

Part I – Theoretical Mind

10.15–11.15 Luca Corti (Padova / Chicago)
Conceptualism, Non-Conceptualism and the Method of Hegel's Psychology

Coffee Break

11.45–12.45 Lucia Ziglioli (Oxford / Pavia)
The Objectivity of Knowing. An Inquiry into Hegel’s Philosophical Psychology

Lunch

14.00–15.00 Elisa Magrì (Scuola Normale di Pisa)
The Place of Habit in Hegel's Psychology

Part II – Practical and Free Mind

15.00–16.00 Susanne Herrmann-Sinai (Leipzig / Oxford)
What does the Location of the Section on Practical Mind within Hegel's System tell us about its Content?

Coffee break

16.30–17.30 Sebastian Stein (Heidelberg)
Hegel's Solution to the Theory-Praxis Problem: The Transition from Subjective into Objective Spirit

17.30–18.30 Louise Braddock (Cambridge)
Freud, Hegel and the Mind, and Philosophy as Retrieval

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