The Owl’s Flight. Hegel’s Legacy in a Different Voice
In the 20th century Hegel’s philosophy was the object of clashing interpretations, which often leaded to dividing perspectives. Left-wing and right-wing, conservatism and Marxism, totalitarianism and liberalism: many adjectives have been used to describe the Hegelian philosophy. From an ideological and political point of view, as well as in a theoretical approach, with particular regard to the idea of system and dialectic, Hegelian thought separated people and philosophers.
In the second half of the century, deconstruction of subject and gender, philosophies of difference and feminist thought have privileged original orientations in the research on Hegel, facing in many ways topics otherwise taken for marginal or even ignored.
The Hegelian reference to the Owl, emblem of Minerva, makes philosophy and logos the attributes of a female figure, who appears only with the falling of the dusk, at the end of a world. If Hegel invites us in this way to comprehend our time just from that edge, where the present exceeds itself, the conference we propose is meant to accept the challenge: can the Hegelian inheritance be still enriched through other cultures and philosophical languages?
Prof. Dr. Myriam Bienenstock, Université François Rabelais Tours
Prof. Dr. Rossella Bonito Oliva, Università degli Studi di Napoli L’Orientale
Prof. Dr. Allegra de Laurentiis, Stony Brook University
(em.) Prof. Dr. Herta Nagl-Docekal, Universität Wien
Prof. Dr. Angelica Nuzzo, City University of New York
(em.) Prof. Dr. Erzsébet Rózsa, University of Debrecen
Prof. Dr. Nuria Sánchez Madrid, Universidad Complutense Madrid
Prof. Dr. Birgit Sandkaulen, Hegel-Archiv Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Stefania Achella, Gabriella Baptist, Serena Feloj, Francesca Iannelli, Fiorinda Li Vigni, Claudia Melica
Sapienza Università di Roma
Università degli Studi Roma Tre
Università degli Studi “G. d’Annunzio” Chieti-Pescara
Università degli Studi di Cagliari
Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici – Napoli