this quarter we are welcoming everyone back to campus, and kicking off our fall 2022 hopr line-up with an in-person meeting on friday october 7 with our very own jc gonzalez, who will present work in progress on kant’s theory of concepts and how it is supposed to fit with kant’s account of purposiveness — the rest of the fall schedule is more or less set, and it looks like we have some great hopr’s in store for winter and spring as well
we are back to online meetings for the month of january — including our first meeting on jan 14 with julia grieg (ucsd), on the concept of death in epicurean thought — scheduling is underway and later meetings for the term will be announced hopefully in the next week or so
we’ll kick off the new term and new year on friday jan 22, with a discussion of a paper by zack brants (ucsd) on pleasure in the philebus
the other date already penciled in is feb 26, when we’ll welcome lydia patton (virginia tech)
more dates to be arranged; stay tuned!
a very nice line-up for the discussions — we’ll be continuing to meet via zoom for the fall 2020 quarter
there might be one more meeting added later in the quarter, so stay tuned
fri oct 2 joe stratmann (ucsd) on kant
fri oct 23 janelle dewitt (ucla) on anselm and kant on freedom
fri nov 13 julia jorati (umass) on early modern philosophy of race
fri dec 4 robin muller (csu northridge) on the phenomenology of slavery
our spring schedule is finally taking shape, as our meetings are moving ‘online’ (to zoom; link to be circulated via the email list); as of now:
though there will most likely be one or two additional meetings added at the end of the term
after a great start to spring on the very first day of the term (April 1) with Don Rutherford (UCSD) on Montaigne, Spinoza, and others, we are now getting ready to kick off the rest of the term’s schedule next week (May 3) with Nick Riggle (USD) on Schiller, followed by Clinton Tolley (UCSD) on Vasconcelos, Clerk Shaw (Tennessee) on the Epicureans, Marko Malink (NYU) tbd, and Michael Hardimon (UCSD) on Hegel — dates/info here.
Our first meeting of the Winter quarter HOPR will be:
Jan 19 — Patrick Frierson (Whitman) on Montessori and the history of philosophy of education
the rest of the winter schedule will be posted soon!
the Fall quarter HOPR schedule is coming together, will be posted soon, but our first meeting is already all set!
OCT 5 — Dalia Nassar (Sydney) on Herder and Goethe
stay tuned for the rest of the Fall 2018 schedule!