Department of Sociology and Social Research - Professors’ Room, 1st Floor

25 August – 9.00–19.30

08.30          

Registration & Welcome

Chair:
Keith Peterson

09.00-10.00   

R. Poli, Categories as principles and determinations: The case of time

10.00-11.00   

J. Fischer, Philosophy of mind. Structure and relevance of Hartmann’s “Problem der geistigen Seins” for the humanities and socia sciences

11.30-12.30   

A. A. Kinneging, Nicolai Hartmann and natural law

Chair:
Joachim Fischer

14.00-15.00   

K. Peterson, Flat, hierarchical, or stratified: Unruly complexity and dependence in social-natural ontology

15.00-16.00   

M. Kleinenberg, From linearity to co-evolution: On the architecture of Nicolai Hartmann’s levels of reality

16.30-17.30   

N. Danilkina, Nicolai Hartmann’s levels of reality. Complexity theory and emergentism

17.30-18.30   

J. Barcena, Nicolai Hartmann’s levels of reality. Complexity theory and emergentism. An intertwined approach

18.30-19.30   

G. D’Anna, Is Nicolai Hartmann a realist?

26 August – 9.00-17.30

Chair:
Andreas Kinneging

08.30-09.30   

S. Pinna, Hartmann on spacetime and geometry

09.30-10.30   

K. Väyrynen, Nicolai Hartmann’s concept of causality

11.00-12.00   

P. Cicovacki, The Socratic pathos of wonder

12.00-13.00   

C. Luchetti, The discovery of a priori knowledge: Hartmann’s interpretation of Plato’s theory of recollection

Chair:
Predrag Cicocacki

14.00-15.00   

T. Röck, The being of becoming in pre-Socratic philosophy

15.00-16.00   

R. Zaborowski, Nicolai Hartmann’s categorial laws as applied to the world of feelings

16.30-17.30   

J. Claremont, Some basis for a ‘modal aesthetics’ theory in Nicolai Hartmann’s works

17.30-18.30   

K. E. Lörch-Merkle, Personality, autonomy, fairness: On Nicolai Hartmann’s ethics in the age of human enhancement

18.30-19.30   

T. Kessel, What about religion?

Chair:
Robert Zaborowski

08.00-09.00   

F. Tremblay, The Russian roots of Nicolai Hartmann’s philosophy

09.00-10.00   

C. Scognamiglio, Nicolai Hartmann’s idea of education

10.30-11.30   

S. Bertolini, Elements for a comparison between N. Hartmann and R. Ingarden

11.30-12.30   

C. Brentari, “The role of the missing reason”: The search of a layer-specific form of determination in Nicolai Hartmann’s theory of life

12.30-13.30   

S. Vasta, The place of Nicolai Hartmann’s ontology in Konrad Lorenz’s epistemology

15.00-17.30 

Meeting of the Nicolai Hartmann Society