The World Spirit in the Mediterranean of the 19th Century. Hegel in Italy, Spain, Greece
Venue: Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Jägerstraße 22/23, Einstein-Hall, 10117 Berlin
Admission Free. Registration until 02.12.2018 at: www.bbaw.de/hegel
The conference aims to examine Hegel’s reception in the comparative context of nineteenth century European Mediterranean countries against the background of their respective historical developments. In the course of the complex processes by which their national, political and cultural identities were redefined, the transmission of Hegel’s philosophy and its criticism played a substantial part in the shaping of national philosophical landscapes and of corresponding political ideas, aesthetic views and literary forms. Retracing the path of Hegelian concepts, with its twists and turns, from Berlin to the Italian, the Spanish and the Greek cultural space, should shed light not only on their development, but also on the universal claims of the World Spirit itself.
The international Conference "The World Spirit in the Mediterranean of the 19th Century. Hegel in Italy, Spain, Greece" is organised by the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Science and Humanities within the framework of the long-term project "Schleiermacher in Berlin, 1808-1834. Correspondence, Calendar, Lectures" and in cooperation with the Center for Modern Greece (CeMoG) of Freie Universität Berlin as part of the project "Viaggio da Berlino a Zante".PROGRAMME Monday, 03.12.2018, 13:30-18:30
Moderation: Ugo Perone
Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
13:30: Welcome Address
Andreas Arndt, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
14:00: "Philosophie des subjektiven Geistes und Geschichtsphilosophie: Labriola als Leser des denkenden Historikers"
Rossella Bonito-Oliva, University of Naples L' Orientale
15:00: "Hegel in Spain, Spain in Hegel: explaining a mutual absence"
Valerio Rocco,Autonomous University of Madrid
16:00: Coffee Break
16:30: "In step with the World-Spirit: Ionian Hegelianism (re)claiming history for a modern state"
Dimitris Karydas,Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
17:30: "Hegel in Italy in the 19th Century: Augusto Vera and Bertrando Spaventa"
Roberto Morani,University of Eastern Piedmont Amedeo Avogadro
Tuesday, 04.12.2018, 10:00-18:00
Moderation: Luigi Reitani
Italian Cultural Institute Berlin
10:00: "Eine Idee, 'die sich objektiv entwickelt und entknäuelt'. Vincenzo Giobertis Auffassung und Kritik der Philosophie Hegels"
Faustino Fabbianelli,University of Parma
11:00: "The reception of Hegel’s and Krause’s philosophies of law in Spain during the 19th century"
Delia Manzanero,Autonomous University of Madrid
12:00: "The 'dark greatness of Hegel' and the first attempt to translate Hegel’s Collected Works"
Michail Leivadiotis,Freie Universität Berlin
Moderation: Andreas Arndt
Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
14:30: "Hegel and Italian Political Thought (1832-1876)"
Fernanda Gallo, University of Bath
15:30: "Hegel in Italy from Spaventa to Labriola"
Valeria Finocchiaro,University of Rome Tor Vergata
16:30: Coffee Break
17:00: "The soul and the world. Francesco de Sanctis and Hegel’s heritage"
Emiliano Alessandroni, University of Urbino Carlo Bo