The aim of the workshop is to foster a modern philosophical dialogue capable of integrating the disconnected philosophical traditions which followed Hegel in the nineteenth century and Wittgenstein in the twentieth. The event, which is taking place at Charles University in Prague, will focus on the topic of negativity and language in Hegel and Wittgenstein, and compare differences and similarities in their approaches.
The workshop will also continue the discussion begun at the Wittgenstein–Hegel conference at TU Dresden in June 2017. We will be introducing the new volume Wittgenstein and Hegel – Reevaluation of Difference (edited by Jakub Mácha and Alexander Berg), in which twenty-three contributors explore new understandings of the relationship between Wittgenstein’s and Hegel’s philosophy. The volume is being published by De Gruyter (Berlin) and is due to be released in June 2019. (www.degruyter.com/view/product/496759)
Abstracts (ca. 300 words) should be sent to Alexander.Berg75@googlemail.com by April 1, 2019. Abstracts should be ready for double-blind review. We thus ask you to remove any identification detail from the abstract. We kindly ask to send the author’s name, paper title, and affiliation in the body of the email. Notifications of acceptance will be sent out by April 15, 2019. Presentations will be allotted a total of 60 minutes, ideally 30 minutes of presentation + 30 minutes of discussion.
The workshop will be guided by: Paul Redding and Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer.
Organizers: Alexander Berg and Vojtěch Kolman