Conference

Themes from the Philosophy of Robert Brandom: Normativity, Recognition, Expressivism, Pragmatism

22 - 23 February 2019

Milwaukee

The 2019 speaker for the annual Aquinas Lectureship at Marquette University (to take place February 24, 2019) is Dr. Robert Brandom, distinguished professor of philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh. His Aquinas Lecture will center on some themes from his much-anticipated work on Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit. Prof. Brandomhas been working on this opus magnum for more than a decade. It is set to be released in 2019 and will be entitled A Spirit of Trust. To accompany Prof. Brandom’s visit and to take advantage of his presence, we are organizing a two-day conference centered on his work (February 22-23). Prof. Brandom will personally attend the two-day conference and comment on the papers given.

100190
Organised by
Sebastian Luft | Corinne Bloch-Mullins | Yoon Choi
Marquette University
Venue
Milwaukee
Submission deadline
Papers:
Monday 1st October 2018
CFP is open

The 2019 speaker for the annual Aquinas Lectureship at Marquette University (to
take place February 24, 2019) is Dr. Robert Brandom, distinguished professor
of philosophy at the University of Pittsburgh. His Aquinas Lecture will center on
some themes from his much-anticipated work on Hegel’s Phenomenology of
Spirit. Prof. Brandom has been working on this opus magnum for more than a
decade. It is set to be released in 2019 and will be entitled A Spirit of Trust.
To accompany Prof. Brandom’s visit and to take advantage of his presence, we
are organizing a two-day conference centered on his work (February 22-23).
Prof. Brandom will personally attend the two-day conference and comment on
the papers given.
We invite paper submissions on the work of Robert Brandom, focusing on
(though not restricted to) the topics mentioned in the title above. Please send us
title, detailed abstract (max. 1000 words), name & institutional affiliation no later
than October 1, 2018. Speakers will be notified of acceptances by November 1,
2018.
More information on the conference (including travel and accommodation) will
be forthcoming later in the fall.
Please send your material to one of the following or contact us with any questions:
Corinne Bloch-Mullins (Corinne.Bloch-Mullins@marquette.edu)
Yoon Choi (Yoon.Choi@marquette.edu)
Sebastian Luft (Sebastian.Luft@marquette.edu)


100190
Organised by
Sebastian Luft | Corinne Bloch-Mullins | Yoon Choi
Marquette University
Venue
Milwaukee
Submission deadline
Papers:
Monday 1st October 2018