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International Conference

Foto: Tomek Ogrodowczyk, Łódzkie Dziewuchy Dziewuchom

HANNAH ARENDT:

CHALLENGES OF PLURALITY

Paderborn University

13th – 15th December 2018

In her writings, Hannah Arendt strongly affirms the plurality of the world. From the very first moment, when she introduces the notion in The Human Condition, it becomes clear, that plurality is the cornerstone of condition humaine. For Arendt, plurality means that “men, not Man, live on the earth and inhabit the world”. This seemingly banal assumption affects her whole political theory considerably.

Plurality entails two aspects: equality and difference – we are all humans, but everyone is exceptional in her or his uniqueness. But as such, it not only enriches the world, but also becomes a source of significant challenges: acting together in spite of our differences, thinking as an inner dialogue with a particularly demanding dialogue partner, judging politically with respect to an ever-changing spectrum of possible standpoints are all challenging practices we confront in the common world.

This conference aims at exploring challenges posed by plurality, but also opportunities it offers. As an interdisciplinary endeavor, it opens up for different approaches to Arendt, inviting scholars from fields such as philosophy, politics, theology, media studies, sociology, gender studies, history, and others. It also prompts examination of interplay with other theorists (such as Agamben, Butler, Cavarero, Foucault, Habermas or Merlaeu-Ponty). We want to tackle currently relevant problems, such as migration politics and human rights, but also raise ever-present issues, such as the philosophical potential of the concept of plurality, possible foundations of normativity in our contingent world, or stimuli of political action.

CONTACT

Dr. Maria Robaszkiewicz 

E-Mail: maria.robaszkiewicz(at)upb(dot)de

SPEAKERS

Keynote speaker: Linda Zerilli, University of Chicago

Invited speakers:

Nils Baratella, Hannah Arendt Zentrum, Universität Oldenburg

Marieke Borren, University of Utrecht

Ayten Gündoğdu, Barnard College

Annabel Herzog, University of Haifa

Wolfgang Heuer, FU Berlin

Robert Kunath, Illinois College

Sophie Loidolt, TU Darmstadt

David Marshall, University of Pittsburg

Patricia Owens, University of Sussex

Stefanie Rosenmüller, FH Dortmund

Sigridur Thorgeirsdottir, University of Iceland

Anya Topolski, Radbound University

Christian Volk, FU Berlin

 

Tobias Albrecht, Universität Frankfurt

Javier Burdman, Universität Frankfurt

Elyse Byrnes, University of Hawai’i, Honolulu

Daniel Conway, Texas A&M University

Nicholas Dunn, McGill University, Montréal

Melike Durmaz, Yeditepe University, Istanbul

Zaynep Gambetti, Bogazici University, Istanbul

Mareike Gebhardt, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Antonio Gómez Ramos, Carlos III Univ., Madrid

Florian Grosser, Santa Clara University, Berkley CA

Héla Hecker, Universität Oldenburg

Jonas Holst, San Jorge University, Saragossa

Marieke Kajewski, Universität Frankfurt

Alexander Kurunczi, RUB Bochum

Stefania Maffeis, FU Berlin

Aoife McInerney, University of Limerick

Waltraud Meints-Stender, Universität Niederrhein, Mönchengladbach

Lexi Neame, Northwestern University

Rosario Pérez Bernal, Universidad Autónoma de Mexico

Niklas Plaetzer University of Chicago/Sciences Po Paris

Stephen Riley, University of Leicester

Kenneth Rösen, Universität Wuppertal

Sonja Schierbaum, Universität Hamburg

Holger Sederström, HU Berlin

Ellen Spielmann, State University of Rio de Janeiro

Hugo Strandberg, University of Pardubice

Alessandro Topa, American University in Cairo

Agustina Varela, University of Murcia    

Michael Weinman, Bard College, Berlin

Rafal Zawisza, University of Warsaw/University of Chicago

Judith Zinsmaier, Universität Tübingen

NEWS

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PROGRAM

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Organisation

Prof. Dr. Tobias Matzner

Medien, Algorithmen und Gesellschaft

Telefon:
+49 5251 60-3275
Büro:
E2.321

Sprechzeiten:

Dienstags 14 Uhr

Dr. Maria Robaszkiewicz

Institut für Humanwissenschaften > Philosophie > Praktische Philosophie

Stellvertretende Gleichstellungsbeauftragte der Fakultät KW

Maria  Robaszkiewicz
Telefon:
+49 5251 60-2314
Büro:
N2.119

Sprechzeiten:

In den Semesterferien: nach Vereinbarung

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Hannah Arendt: Challenges of Plurality

13th - 15th December 2018

Prof. Dr. Jochen Schmidt

Systematische Theologie (ev.)

Evangelische Theologie mit dem Schwerpunkt Systematische Theologie, Ethik und Religionsphilosophie

Jochen Schmidt
Telefon:
+49 5251 60-2353
Büro:
N2.347
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