InterCcECT is pleased to commence the new year with a winter line-up bookended by two special events in contemporary philosophy:
24 January, 4pm: InterCcECT presents Andrew Benjamin, “Being-In-Relation,” Newberry Library, Room B82
19 March, 4pm: InterCcECT presents Andrew Cutrofello, “Two Contemporary Hegelianisms,” Newberry Library, Room B82
“Being-In-Relation: Philosophy’s Other Possibility,” Professor Benjamin’s latest project, revisits Descartes, Fichte, Kant, Hegel, and Heidegger in a radical attempt to think the priority of relationality to singularity. For the InterCcECT works-in-progress session, we will pre-circulate a draft of Chapter One, which establishes the parameters of the problem. Request the paper and join us!
In between, look out for our February event announcement, and check our calendar regularly for highlights from around town, like:
9 January, Wendy Brown, The Protoean Morphology of Homo Economicus
11 January, Graham Harman, A New Look at Identity and Sufficient Reason
17, 18, 25 January, Andrew Benjamin, The Fabric of Existence, Recovering Relationality, and more
31 January, Pierre Keller, Kant’s World Concept of Philosophy
13 February, Elizabeth Rottenberg, Freud’s Other Legacy
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