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Call for papers

and

Invitation



9th International French-German Philosophy Colloquium

9me colloque philosophique international franco-allemand

9. Internationales Franzsisch-Deutsches Philosophie-Kolloquium



What is a human being?

Qu\'est-ce que l\'homme?

Was ist der Mensch?



www.uni-hildesheim.de/eviancolloquium/



Evian (Lake Geneva / Lac Leman / Genfer See), France

July / Juillet / Juli 13-19, 2003.



The goal of the International French-German Philosophy Colloquium is

to bring Continental philosophy, and in particular contemporary French

philosophy, into dialogue with other philosophical traditions. The

colloquium aims at the greatest possible diversity with respect to the

native languages and intellectual backgrounds of participants.



This year\'s topic, \"What is a human being?\", seems particularly suited

to

achieve this goal. Indeed, it is not only according to Kant that the

question of the human being is regarded as the most essential question

that lies behind all other philosophical questions. It can be read as

the

driving force behind many of the most important philosophical movements

of

the 20th century and as a hidden connection between them. The question

even drives those currents in contemporary philosophy that have

radically

called into question the concept of the human being and have pleaded

for

its abolition. The colloquium invites participants to pose the question

of

the human being once again and to debate its relevance for today\'s

philosophy.



Call for Papers:

We invite half-page proposals for papers and workshops for immediate

submission. The final deadline is March 31, 2003. Please send your

proposals to one of the organizers.



A detailed exposition of the topic and all relevant information

concerning

the character and history of the colloquium as well as matters of

accomodation and costs can be found at our trilingual website:



www.uni-hildesheim.de/eviancolloquium/



Organizers:

Georg W. Bertram (Hildesheim) bertram@rz.uni-hildesheim.de

Stefan Blank (Berlin) sabblank@zedat.fu-berlin.de

David Lauer (Berlin) dlauer@zedat.fu-berlin.de



Contact:

Georg W. Bertram

Institut fr Philosophie

Universitaet Hildesheim

Marienburger Platz 2

D-31141 Hildesheim

Germany



In cooperation with:

Stefan Deines (Gieen), Karen Feldman (Berkeley), Christophe Laudou

(Madrid), Kurt Rttgers (Hagen), Chris Doude van Troostwijk (Strasbourg

/

Amsterdam), Agata Zielinski (Lyon)




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