THE CULMINATION: HEIDEGGER, GERMAN IDEALISM, AND THE FATE OF PHILOSOPHY
Book Symposium on Robert Pippin's New BookJuly 20, 2023 Universität Potsdam
Am Neuen Palais
Heidegger claimed that Western philosophy ended, failed even, in the German Idealist tradition. In The Culmination, Robert B. Pippin explores the ramifications of this charge through a masterful survey of Western philosophy, especially Heidegger’s critiques of Hegel and Kant. Pippin argues that Heidegger’s basic concern was to determine sources of meaning for human life, particularly those that had been obscured by Western philosophy’s attention to reason. The Culmination offers a new interpretation of Heidegger, German Idealism, and the fate of Western rationalism. At our book symposium, we will critically discuss Pippin’s forthcoming book.
With G. Anthony Bruno, Peter Dews, Anton Ford, Wolfram Gobsch, Lucilla Guidi, Johannes Haag, Thomas Hilgers, Lucian Lionel, Tobias Keiling, Anton Kabeshkin, Andrea Kern, Thomas Land, Denis McManus, Karen Ng, Joseph Schear, Hans Julius Schneider, Ingvild Torsen, and others.
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