The International Conference ‘Re-inventing the History of Philosophy. Die (Neu-)erfindung der Philosophiegeschichte’, co–organized by Michael Forster (IZPH, Bonn), Stefanie Buchenau (Université Paris 8 Saint–Denis) and Christian Berner (IrePh, Paris–Nanterre), takes place at the International Centre for Philosophy NRW in Bonn, Germany, on May 12-13, 2022. Ruth Hagengruber will contribute a talk on ‘The Stolen History of Women Philosophers and its Methodical Implications’.
Thursday, May 12
14h30 Ruth Hagengruber (Paderborn), The Stolen History of Women Philosophers and its Methodical Implications
15h20 Stefanie Buchenau (Paris 8), Brucker’s Systematicity
16h10 Coffee break
16h30 Karin de Boer (Leuven), Does Kant’s Account of the Antinomy of Pure Reason Amount to an A Priori History of Rational Cosmology?
17h20 Jean–Baptiste Vuillerod (Lyon), Hegel’s Critical Philosophy
Friday, May 13
9h15 Hans–Johann Glock (Zurich), Clarity – Rigour – Progress: Methodological Ideals and Historical Realities in Analytic Philosophy
10h05 Gerhard Schmezer (Paris 8), Wittgenstein and Progress in Philosophy
10h55 Coffee break
11h15 Pavel Reich (Leuven), From the Critique of Pure Reason to a Critique of Past Systems: the
Contribution of Georg Gustav Fülleborn
12h05 Christian Berner (Paris–Nanterre), The History of Philosophy in the Conflicts of Hermeneutics
13h Lunch break
14h30 Christophe Muck (Paris–Nanterre) Meanings of the Text: Understanding Differently ? The
Hermeneutic Significance of Temporal Distance in H.–G. Gadamer
15h20 François Thomas (Paris Nanterre), Schleiermacher, Nietzsche and the Interpretation of Plato’s Philosophy
16h10 Coffee break
16h30 Carlotta Santini (Paris CNRS), When the Fake becomes Philosophically Relevant. Friedrich Nietzsche, Jacob Bernays and Valentin Rose on Pseudepigraphy
17h20 Michael Forster (IZPH, Bonn), Practical Philosophy West and East
You can find the full program here.