Understanding History throughout Time and Space - Mini-konferencja
Understanding History throughout Time and Space
16th November 2022
Does history have a "sense"? Is there a general "telos" to the evolution of humankind? Is there such a thing as "progress", or is humanity condamned to cyclicity, chaos, perhaps even endless decline?
All human civilisations have given different answers to these questions. The proposed mini-conference will shed an exemplary light on some of them, taking into account Egypt, Greece, Rome, ancient China, the German idealist philosophy as well as Polish historical thought.
13h35-14h10: Prof. Dr. David Engels (IZ / ULBrussels), Zur Inkommensurabilität historischer Erfahrungen – das Beispiel des Altertums.
14h10-14h45: Dr. Dawid Rogacz (Univ. Poznań), The Concept of Historical Tendency in the Chinese Philosophy of History.
14h45-15h20: Dr. Krystian Pawlaczyk (Univ. Poznań), The Reception of Hegelianism in August Cieszkowski's Early Historiosophy.
15h20-15h55: Dr. Mariam Khazaradze (Tbilisi), The Institutions and the Understanding of Culture in Hegels Speculative Dialectic.
15h55-16h30: Prof. Dr. Mamuka Beriashvili (Tbilisi), Warum Hegels Philosophie für das politische Denken relevant ist.