This year's Hegel Society of Great Britain annual conference will be on the theme of Naturalism: Was Hegel a naturalist or an anti-naturalist and can he shed light onto how we think about these issues in philosophy today.
The conference will take place on the 5th and 6th of September 2011 at St Edmund's Hall, Oxford.
The speakers will be:
Will Dudley (Williams College) 'Hegel's Critical Naturalism'
Alexis Papazoglou (Cambridge) 'Hegel, the Space of Reasons and the Realm of Nature'
Paul Redding (Sydney) 'Hegel: Naturalist-leaning Forms of Idealism and Idealist-leaning Forms of
Sebastian Roedl (Basel) 'The Self-Determining Concept'
Alison Stone (Lancaster) 'Hegel, Philosophy of Nature and Naturalism'
Kenneth Westphal (UEA) 'Aspects of Philosophical Naturalism in Hegel's 1807 Phenomenology of Spirit'
Registration and programme details to follow.
For more information, contact Alexis Papazoglou on email@example.com