The Marx and Philosophy Society aims to encourage scholarly engagement with, and creative development of, the philosophical and foundational aspects of Marx's work. The society welcomes contributions from any philosophical or political position.
Workshop: The Early Marx and Republicanism
Room G34, Institute of Philosophy, 14 Gordon Square, London WC1
11 June 2016, 2.00-6.00pm
2.00 - 3.30 Bruno Leipold (Oxford) 'Democracy is the Solved Riddle of All Constitutions': Marx's Early Republicanism and His Shift to Socialism, 1843-44'
3.30 - 4.00 Refreshments
4.00 - 4.15 Organizational meeting of the Society
4.15 - 5.45 Christopher Brooke (Cambridge) 'Marx's Early Republicanism: A Reply to Leipold'
Attendance is free but please register in advance by contacting Jan Kandiyali at email@example.com
'Hegel and Marx'
1-2 September 2016
St Edmund Hall, Oxford
Thursday, 1st September
1.00-1.30 Conference registration
1.30-3.00 Andrew Chitty (University of Sussex): “Hegel and Marx on Human Solidarity”
3.30-5.00 Eva Bockenheimer (Universität Siegen): “Hegel and Marx on Family and Gender Relations”
5.30-7.00 Frederick Neuhouser (Barnard College, Columbia University): “Hegel and Marx on the Demands of ‘Spiritual Life’”
7.00 Conference dinner
Friday, 2nd September
9.30-11.00 Rocío Zambrana (University of Oregon): “Critique in Hegel and Marx”
11.30-1.00 Tim Carter (University of Sussex): “Property and Agency in Marx’s Notes on James Mill”
Igor Shoikhedbrod (University of Toronto): “Re-Hegelianising Marx on the Subject of Right”
2.00-3.30 David James (University of Warwick): “The Abstract Self and State Idealism: Hegel and Marx on the Necessity of the Reign of Terror”
Held in conjunction with the Hegel Society of Great Britain
Please note that the registration deadline is 1st August 2016
Graduate funding bursaries are also available
Registration and further details: http://hegel-society.org.uk/conferences/2016
Just published online in the Marx and Philosophy Review of Books