Fines Hominis Lecture, Andrea Kern: All and Nothing. The Life of an “I”

July 14, 2022 – University of Potsdam

The lecture addresses the question what it means to lead the life of an “I”. Following Hegel, it develops a conception of a self-conscious form of life according to which the reality of such a form of life is at stake in every moment of thinking. This is what it means that the concept of […]

Presentation: True Right Against Formal Right

October 15, 2021 – Johns Hopkins University

In this Zoom clip, Thomas Khurana presents and discusses his paper “True Right Against Formal Right: The Body of Right and the Limits of Property” at the international conference “Hegel’s Philosophy of Right: A Conference in Honor of Terry Pinkard“.

Conversation: Altera Natura

July 14, 2021 – Zürcher Hochschule der Künste

In this Zoom clip, Juliane Rebentisch, Thomas Khurana, and Rahel Villinger discuss aesthetic conceptions of nature at the Congress of the German Society of Aesthetics.

Video-Essay: Irony of Self-Consciousness

August 27, 2020 - HU Berlin

In this video essay, Thomas Khurana explains the ironic character of self-consciousness in Hegel. The contribution is part of the project “5 Minuten Hegel“.