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Karl Marx

MARX AND PHILOSOPHY: EIGHTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Marx and Philosophy Society

Eighth Annual Conference: Marx and Aristotle

Saturday 4 June 2011, 9.30 am – 6.00 pm
Institute of Education, University of London, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1

Main speakers:
Jon Pike (Open University) ‘From each according to their ability …’: Marx, demandingness and Neo-Aristotelianism
Scott Meikle (Glasgow) Marx’s second theory of value in chapter 1 of Capital
Tony Burns (Nottingham) Marx and natural law

Parallel graduate panels:
(1) Jan Kandiyali (Sheffield) Karl Marx and the abolition of social roles
Yannig Luthra (UCLA) A puzzle about production and self-realization
Steve Thomas (KCL) Alasdair MacIntyre’s Marxist humanism 

(2) Daniel Burnfin (KU Leuven) Aristotle, the value-form and real abstraction 
Guido Schulz (Sussex) The fetish character of the commodity and fetishism 
Andrew Davenport (Sussex) Marxist International Relations and the problem of the political

£15 waged, £10 unwaged (provides annual membership of the Society)
To reserve a place in advance please email David Marjoribanks at dm275@kent.ac.uk
Nearest tube stations: Russell Square, Tottenham Court Road
Directions: http://www.ioe.ac.uk/sitehelp/1072.html

Further details: www.marxandphilosophy.org.uk

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Karl Marx

MARX AND PHILOSOPHY SOCIETY EIGHTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Saturday 4 June 2011, Institute of Education, University of London

‘Marx and Aristotle’

Main speakers:
Jon Pike (Open University)
Tony Burns (Nottingham)
Scott Meikle (Glasgow)

The Marx and Philosophy Society aims to encourage scholarly engagement with, and creative development of, the philosophical and foundational aspects of Marx’s work. The society welcomes contributions from any philosophical or political position.

Papers on any topic consonant with the general aims of the Society (not necessarily on the specific conference theme) are invited from postgraduate students for a panel at the conference. Papers should be planned to last for approximately 20 minutes. Please submit abstracts of up to 300 words by 25th February 2011 to David Marjoribanks at dm275@kent.ac.uk.

Website: http://www.marxandphilosophy.org.uk

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Hegel

FREEDOM – CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL HEGEL ASSOCIATION 2011

Conference announcement, please distribute widely:
FREEDOM
Conference of the International Hegel Association 2011
June 22 to 25, 2011
Stuttgart, Germany
http://www.hegel2011.de

As every six years, the International Hegel Association will hold its traditional conference in Stuttgart in June 2011, bringing together philosophers from all over the world to discuss central issues of Hegel’s thought in the context of contemporary research. In 2011, the overarching topic will be “Freedom”.

Registration for this conference will be open soon. Please register for e-mail announcements at http://www.hegel2011.de, at our Facebook page http://on.fb.me/dvUilN, or on Twitter http://bit.ly/ao3J5H.

Speakers include (as of November 2010): David Bakhurst, Harald Bluhm, William Bristow, Daniel Brudney, Hauke Brunkhorst, Thomas Buchheim, Andrew Chitty, Giuseppe Duso, Dina Emundts, Franck Fischbach, Lisa Herzog, Gunnar Hindrichs, Axel Honneth, Stephen Houlgate, Rahel Jaeggi, Jean-Francois Kervégan, Andrea Kern, Rudolf Langthaler, Charles Larmore, Cardinal Karl Lehrmann, Marcus Llanque, Steven Lukes, Scott Meikle, Francesca Menegoni, Christoph Menke, Fred Neuhouser, Andrew Norris, Angelica Nuzzo, Claus Offe, Philip Pettit, Terry Pinkard, Michael Quante, Birgit Recki, Paul Redding, Peter Rohs, Michael Rosen, Sebastian Rödl, Hans-Christoph Schmidt am Busch, Sally Sedgwick, Martin Seel, Ludwig Siep, Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer, Robert Stern, Holm Tetens, Dieter Thomä, Peter van Inwagen, R. Jay Wallace, David Wellbery and Marcus Willaschek.

There will be 12 panels on:

Freedom and First Nature;

Freedom and Second Nature;

Freedom and Determinism;

Social and Individual Freedom;

Freedom as Autonomy;

Republican Freedom;

Freedom and the Market;

Freedom and Law;

Liberation;

Hegel’s Philosophy of Right;

Aesthetic Freedom, and

Freedom of Religion

Additionally, there will be a panel dedicated to discussion about translating Hegel chaired by Jean-Pierre Lefebvre.

There will also be an opportunity for younger scholars to present their work in three panels chaired by Andreas Arndt, Rolf-Peter Horstmann and Beatrice Longuenesse.

A Call for Papers will be announced soon over the communication channels indicated above.

The conference team can be reached at info@hegel2011.de

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