Programme


SEPTEMBER 22

09.30 Reception
Dioscórides building

10.00 Opening
Academic Authorities

10:30 Opening Conference:
"The philosophy of history as theodicy"
Prof. Gabriel Amengual, I. Baleares University

12:00 Plenary Lecture
"The criticism of the conviction, the emergence of ethical world"
Prof. Pedro Cerezo, Granada University

17:00 Presentations
Iago Ramos, U. Salamanca
Juan José Padial, U. Málaga
Dune Valle Jiménez, U. Salamanca
Ignacio Aymerich Ojea, U. Jaume I
Guiseppe Tufano, U. Salamanca
Monserrat Herrero, U. Navarra
Karin de Boer, U. Groningen
Edgar Maraguat, U. Valencia

19:00 Plenary Lecture
"Staat und Religion in Hegels Rechtsphilosophie
(State and religion in Hegel's Philosophy of Law)
Prof. Ludwig Siep, University of Munster


SEPTEMBER 23

10:00 Plenary Lecture
"The modern tradition of" reason of State "
the 'prince' in the Hegelian Philosophy of Law "
Prof. University of Coimbra Edmundo Balsemão

10:00 Presentations
John Larry Rojas, U. Bogotá
Manuel González Carrillo, S. L. Potosí
José María Carabante, U. Complutense
Francisco Xavier Insausti, U. Pais Vasco
Andrés Alonso Marios, U. Valencia
Felipe B. A. Campello, Goethe-U. Francfort
Juan Ormeño, U. Diego Portales
Maria Brochado, Brasil
Joan Andreu, P. de Mallorca

12:00 Plenary Lecture
"Is there a right to war?"
Salvio Prof. Turro, University of Barcelona

17:00 Plenary Lecture
"The speculative freedom, evil and the political space"
Prof. Juan Manuel Navarro, Complutense University

19:00 Plenary Lecture
"Mediation and universality in civil society and the State"
Prof.. Maria del Carmen Paredes Universidad de Salamanca

20.30 h. Assembly of the Spanish Society for the Study of Hegel


SEPTEMBER 24

10:00 Presentations
Maximiliano Hernández, U. Salamanca
Claudio Carvalho, U. Coimbra
Emanuel Maroco dos Santos, U. Salamanca
A. Carnevale, U. Pisa & U. de Chile
Eduardo Maura Zorita, U. Complutense
Carolina Bruna, U. Murcia & U. de Chile
Natalia Sofía García Pérez, U. Complutense
Oscar Cubo, UNED
Reynner Franco, U. Salamanca

12:00 Plenary Lecture
"The Inseparability of Love and Anguish: Hegel 's Critique of Modernity"
Prof. Robert R. Williams, University of Illinois, Chicago, (USA)

17:00 Plenary Lecture
"The 'théologie politique' Hegel"
Prof. Jean-Francois Kerveguen, University of Paris-I

19:00 Closing Plenary Conference
"'World history is the tribunal of the world' or:
circularity between the state and history"
Prof. Mariano Alvarez Gomez, University of Salamanca

CONCLUSIONS AND CLOSURE