Welcome to the weblog for the Hegel Reading Group at Centre for Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths. This site is very much a work in progress but it can be useful for organizing meeting times, reading assignments, posting links, and continuing discussions. In order to be granted 'user' status email me at jeff@sakerna.se

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Young Hegel conference

St Edmund Hall, Oxford4th-5th September 2006"Hegel and His Early Writings"Website: http://www.hsgb.group.shef.ac.uk/conference.htmlSpeakers include:James Clarke (University of York)"Fichte and Hegel on Recognition"Claudia Melica (University of Trento)"Striving to Unity: Hegel and Hemsterhuis"Paul Franks (University of Toronto)"Ancient Scepticism and Modern Nihilism in Hegel's Early Writings"Wayne Martin (University of Essex)"In Defense of Fichtean Infinitude: Hegel's Fallacy in theDifferenzschrift"Evangelia Sembou (University of Oxford)"The Young Hegel on 'Life' and 'Love'"Dennis Schulting (University of Amsterdam)"The Functionality of Christian Life"Registration forms are available from the Hegel Society of Great Britainwebsite: http://www.hsgb.group.shef.ac.uk/conference.htmlFor further details, contact:Dr Thom BrooksDepartment of PoliticsUniversity of NewcastleNewcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RUUnited KingdomEmail: t.brooks@newcastle.ac.ukThe registration deadline is *1st AUGUST 2006*


Blogger James B said...


How do we start a new thread? I was able to do it once when I went back to Jeff's email invite and re-accepted. But now all I can do is comment on previous postings - i.e. as I am doing right now.


9:47 AM  
Blogger Jeff Kinkle said...

I think you have to sign in at www.blogger.com and then go to the given group and then 'new post'. That's what I do anyway.

1:38 PM  
Blogger Tom Bunyard said...

Does anyone fancy going to the conference? I think I might give it a go

5:03 AM  

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