List of Contributors

In: Concepts of Normativity: Kant or Hegel?
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List of Contributors

Giulia Battistoni

is currently a PhD student in Human Sciences at the University of Verona and in Philosophy at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (double PhD program). Recent publication: Die Möglichkeit des Wissens als Grundlage der Zurechnung: Die Lehre der Imputation bei K.L. Michelet und K. Larenz auf der Grundlage von Hegels Handlungstheorie, in: Rechtsphilosophie. Zeitschrift für Grundlagen des Rechts, 4/2017.

Martin Bunte

(PhD), Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. Fields of research: Kant, Neo-Kantianism, German Idealism, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Science, Political Philosophy, Intercultural Philosophy. Major publications: Erkenntnis und Funktion. Zur Vollständigkeit der Urteilstafel und Einheit des kantischen Systems (2016). Transzendentaler Operationalismus und kritische Methode. Zum Problem der Letztbegründung bei Kant und Dingler (2016). Sinnliche Mannigfaltigkeit und Gewissheit. Zum Problem der Beziehungslosen Vielheit bei Hegel (2018)

Jiří Chotaš

(PhD), Institute of Philosophy, the Czech Academy of Sciences. Fields of research: Political Philosophy; Philosophy of Law (human rights, natural law, international law); Theory of Knowledge, Metaphysics; Theory of Higher Education. Recent publication: (ed. with M. Bondeli and K. Vieweg), Krankheit des Zeitalters oder heilsame Provokation? Skeptizismus in der nachkantischen Philosophie (2016).

Paul Cobben

is Professor Emeritus at Tilburg University. He now teaches at the University of Amsterdam and is visiting researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. His publications focus mainly on practical philosophy combining a systematic and historical approach. Among his books are Value in Capitalist Society. Rethinking Marx’s Criticism of Capitalism, Boston/Leiden: Brill (2015), The Paradigm of Recognition: Freedom as Overcoming the Fear of Death, Boston/Leiden: Brill (2012), The Nature of the Self. Recognition in the Form of Right and Morality. Berlin: De Gruyter (2009).

Max Gottschlich

Ass. Prof. at the Department of Practical Philosophy/Ethics, Catholic Private University Linz. Areas of research: the relevance of logic for the human self-interpretation, Philosophy of Language, foundations of Practical Philosophy, Aesthetics / Philosophy of Art. Recent publications: (ed.). Die drei Revolutionen der Denkart. Systematische Beiträge zum Denken von Bruno Liebrucks, Freiburg/München 2013. Das Problem von Sprache und Weltansicht bei Hamann, Herder und Humboldt. Allgemeine Zeitschrift für Philosophie 42.3 2017. The Necessity and the Limits of Kant’s Transcendental Logic, with Reference to Nietzsche and Hegel. The Review of Metaphysics 4/2015.

Christian Hofmann

is scientific assistant at the Academy for Civic Education Tutzing and online tutor for Practical Philosophy at the FernUniversität Hagen. His main fields of research are Hegel, Political Philosophy, and Social Philosophy. In 2014 he published his dissertation Dialektik der Moderne.

Jean-François Kervégan

is Full Professor of Philosophy at the University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and Honorar Fellow of the Institut Universitaire de France. His research areas are the philosophy of German Idealism, contemporary Philosophy of Law, and the Theory of Normativity. Recent books as author: The Actual and the Rational, Chicago 2018; Variazioni Kelseniane, Napoli 2016; La raison des normes. Essai sur Kant, Paris 2015; Que faire de Carl Schmitt ?, Paris 2011. Recent books as editor or co-editor: Dialogues avec Jürgen Habermas, Paris 2018; Norme et violence, Hildesheim 2015; Manuel de l’idéalisme allemand, Paris 2015; Hegel au présent. Une relève de la métaphysique, Paris 2012.

Arthur Kok

studied philosophy in Tilburg and Berlin. In 2013, his dissertation was published as Kant, Hegel und die Frage der Metaphysik. His main areas of research are Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion and Political Philosophy. Together with Thomas Oehl, he is the editor of Objektiver und absoluter Geist nach Hegel (Brill 2018). Other recent publications are “Jenseits des Gewissens: Der Mensch als Endzweck der Schöpfung” (2016), “The Boundaries of Hegel’s Criticism of Kant’s Concept of the Noumenal” (2017) and “Religion in der modernen Demokratie: Ein Vergleich zwischen Hegels offenbarer Religion und Rawls’ öffentlicher Vernunft” (2018).

Christian Krijnen

Ph.D. 2001, habilitation 2006, is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. His research focuses on Modern Philosophy, Epistemology, Philosophy of Science, Practical Philosophy, Philosophy of Culture, Social Philosophy, Philosophy of Economics and Management & Organization. In his numerous monographs and articles, including Nachmetaphysischer Sinn (2001), Philosophie als System (2008), Recognition—German Idealism as an Ongoing Challenge (2014), The Very Idea of Organization (2015), and Metaphysics of Freedom? (2018), Kant, Hegel, neo-Kantianism and contemporary transcendental philosophy play a major role.

Tereza Matějčková

is assistant professor at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. Her area of specialization is German Idealism, modern Continental Philosophy, and Philosophy of Religion. Recent publication: the monograph Gibt es eine Welt in Hegels Phänomenologie des Geistes (2018).

Christian Schmidt

is Privatdozent at the Institute for Philosophy of the University Leipzig. His research interests are Social Philosophy, Practical Philosophy including the Philosophy of History and Law. He has published following monographs: Karl Marx zur Einführung (2018), Können wir der Geschichte entkommen? (2013), Individualität und Eigentum (2006).

Alberto L. Siani

is a senior researcher at the University of Pisa. His research focusses on Aesthetics, German Idealism, and Political Philosophy. Recent publications: Women Philosophers on Autonomy. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (New York-London 2018, with S. Berges). Morte dell’arte, libertà del soggetto. Attualità di Hegel (Pisa 2017), L’estetica di Hegel (Bologna 2014, with M. Farina).

Klaus Vieweg

is professor of philosophy at the University of Jena. Main areas of research: German Idealism, in particular Hegel; scepticism. Visiting professorship and fellowship: Pisa, Seattle, Prag, Tokyo, Kyoto, Shanghai, Rom. Recent monographs: Das Denken der Freiheit. Hegels Grundlinien der Philosophie des Rechts (München 2012); Hegels Phänomenologie des Geistes Berlin 2008 (Hg. K. Vieweg/W. Welsch); Hegel. 200 Jahre Wissenschaft der Logik Hamburg 2014 (Hg. K. Vieweg et al.).

Benno Zabel

Professor für Strafrecht und Rechtsphilosophie at Friedrich Wilhelms-Universität Bonn. He studied legal science and general and comparative literature in Berlin and Leipzig. His numerous publications in the field of political and legal philosophy and in penal theory include “Die Politik der subjektiven Rechte” 2017 (ed. together with C. Schmidt) and “Die Ordnung des Strafrechts” 2017.

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