[SydPhil] Marx and Recognition, Workshop at UNSW, August 23
h.ikaheimo at unsw.edu.au
Tue Aug 6 18:24:22 AEST 2013
MARX AND RECOGNITION
A workshop at the School of Humanities and Languages, UNSW, Friday, August 23, 2013.
Location: UNSW, Kensington Campus, John Goodsell Building, room 119
There is a recent revival of interest in the philosophy, philosophical anthropology and social theory of Karl Marx. Much of the new work in this area focuses on Hegel’s and the Left Hegelians’ influence on Marx’s thinking, and the Hegelian concept of ‘recognition’, widely discussed in contemporary social and political philosophy, is one of the perspectives from which Marx is being interpreted today. This workshop focuses on Marx, recognition, and closely related themes. The workshop starts with a presentation by Michael Quante, a leading German expert, and the next two presentations by Douglas Moggach and Jean-Philippe Deranty address aspects of Quante’s interpretation.
10-10.45am Michael Quante (University of Münster): ‘Marx and recognition: Outlines of interpretation’
10.45-12 Douglas Moggach (University of Ottawa): ‘Recognition and the causality of freedom’
1.30-2.45pm Jean-Philippe Deranty (Macquarie University): ‘Recognition in Capital: A response to Michael Quante’
2.45-3.45pm Mark Kelly (Monash University): 'On the use and abuse of Marx for normative purposes'
4.15-5.15pm Karl Moll (Macquarie University): ‘Marx's Hegelian anti-philosophy’
5.15-6.15pm Heikki Ikäheimo (UNSW): ‘Genuine recognition between producers and consumers: What is it, and could it exist?’
Michael Quante spells out his interpretation in more detail in a Master Class ‘Species Being and Alienation in the Early Marx’. See https://www.arts.unsw.edu.au/events/species-being-and-alienation-in-the-early-marx-a-master-class-in-philosophy-by-michael-quante/. See also the special issue ‘Karl Marx and the Philosophy of Recognition’ in Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, with contributions by Jean-Philippe Deranty, Michael Quante and others: http://link.springer.com/journal/10677/16/4/page/1. Douglas Moggach gives another talk in the UNSW Philosophy Seminar on ‘Perfectionism – before and after Kant’, in August 14, 4pm (Morven Brown, room 310).
Free admission, but for catering purposes please email Heikki Ikäheimo (h.ikaheimo at unsw.edu.au<mailto:h.ikaheimo at unsw.edu.au>) by August 16 if you wish to attend, with ‘Attending Marx and Recognition’ in the email title line.
Organized by the ARC Discovery Project ‘The Social Ontology of Personhood – A Recognition-Theoretical Approach’.
Senior lecturer, Australian Research Fellow
School of Humanities and Languages/Philosophy
University of New South Wales
Sydney, NSW 2052
Email: h.ikaheimo at unsw.edu.au<mailto:heikki.ikaheimo at mq.edu.au>
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