Unfortunately the event on the 16.12. with Ray Brassier and Iain Grant has to be postponed to the 13.04.19. A replacement event will take place on the 16.12. with the title Armen Avanessian & Enemies #43: What do the yellow vests mean?
Ticket holders can either exchange their ticket for the replacement event on the 16.12, or for the new date on the 13.04. within 14 days. Alternatively please contact our ticket office for a full refund.
Caricatures of Schelling and Hegel abound: the Romantic nature-philosopher versus the bureaucratic rationalist; the potency of myth versus the negativity of history. These familiar caricatures prevent us from noticing the surprising actuality of their concerns, their shared project of renewing philosophy, and, in consequence of this, the forms they introduce to those then occurring amongst its contemporaneous expressions. What forms, therefore, might they introduce into those occurring in our own age? To grasp what really divides these two thinkers is not just a question of rectifying the historical record; it can shed new light on contemporary debates about nature, history, reason, politics, and the fate of the human. To grasp what unites them is to reengage the project of philosophical reinvention without abandoning truth, reality, or reason. These are the topics that this conversation proposes to explore.
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