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19 June 2015 3 – 6:30 p.m. The Magrath Room The Queen’s College, Oxford 3.00 Chair: Ritchie Robertson (Oxford) Valerio Rocco Lozano (Madrid): Literary sources of Hegel’s conception of the ‘Romanitas’ 3.30 Charlie Louth (Oxford): Hölderlin. ‘Vom Delphin’ 4.00 Discussion 4.30 Tea 5.00 Chair: Laura Anna Macor (Oxford) Christopher Meid (Oxford): Philosophie und Revolution. Friedrich Maximilian Klingers ‘Geschichte eines Teutschen der neuesten Zeit’ (1798) 5.30 Luigi Reitani (Udine): Friedrich Hölderlin. Ein philosophischer Dichter? 6.00 Discussion Discussants: Joanna Neilly (Oxford), Jim Reed (Oxford), Marco Sgarbi (Venice), Betiel Wasihun (Oxford) Should you have any queries, please contact the organizer, Laura Macor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Queen’s College, Magrath Room, 19 June 2015, 3.00-6.30 p.m Literature and Philosophy form the Janus-faced identity of German culture from the eighteenth century onwards. A massive amount of research has accordingly been devoted to the relationship of these two … Continue reading