Thomas Khurana: Politics of Nature

Thomas Khurana’s introduction to our conference “Politics of Nature: Philosophical Perspectives on the Anthropocene” (Oct 20-21, 2022), organized by the CPKP and the ICI Berlin.

Christoph Menke: The Humanization of Nature – Lecture

Christoph Menke’s talk “The Humanization of Nature” at our conference “Politics of Nature: Philosophical Perspectives on the Anthropocene” (Oct 20-21, 2022), organized by the CPKP and the ICI Berlin.

Christoph Menke: The Humanization of Nature – Discussion

The discussion following Christoph Menke’s talk “The Humanization of Nature” at the conference “Politics of Nature: Philosophical Perspectives on the Anthropocene” (Oct 20-21, 2022), organized by the CPKP and the ICI Berlin. Moderated by Xenia Chiaramonte.

Christian Schmidt introducing Slavoj Žižek’s Keynote “Unbehagen in der Natur”

Introduction to Slavoj Žižek’s keynote at our conference “Politics of Nature: Philosophical Perspectives on the Anthropocene” (Oct 20-21, 2022), organized by the CPKP and ICI Berlin Unbehagen in der Natur: On Thinking the End of Nature: It is as if the Earth is gradually turning into Trisolaris, a strange planet from The Three-Body Problem, Liu […]

Slavoj Žižek: Unbehagen in der Natur – Keynote

Slavoj Žižek’s keynote at the conference “Politics of Nature: Philosophical Perspectives on the Anthropocene” (Oct 20-21, 2022), organized by the CPKP and the ICI Berlin. “Unbehagen in der Natur”: On Thinking the End of Nature: It is as if the Earth is gradually turning into Trisolaris, a strange planet from The Three-Body Problem, Liu Cixin’s […]

Slavoj Žižek: Unbehagen in der Natur – Discussion

Discussion after Slavoj Žižek’s keynote at our conference “Politics of Nature: Philosophical Perspectives on the Anthropocene” (Oct 20-21, 2022), organized by the CPKP and ICI Berlin.

What is to be done? Cilmate change and political activism – Panel Discussion with Robin Celikates, Andreas Malm, Eva von Redecker, and Rupert Read

This was the closing event of the Conference “Politics of Nature: Philosophical Perspectives on the Anthropocene” (Oct 20-21, 2022), organized by the Center for Post-Kantian Philosophy and the ICI Berlin. What is to be Done? Climate Crisis and Political Activism: From a theoretical perspective, there seems to be widespread agreement about the extent, the causes, […]

Beware, Nature is crazy!

Johanna Adorján reports in Süddeutsche Zeitung on Slavoj Zizek’s keynote at our conference “The Politics of Nature”

Interview with Andreas Malm on Climate Activism with DLF Kultur

Stephanie Rode interviewed Andreas Malm, the panelist of our conference “Politics of Nature”, for the philosophy program “Sein und Streit” (DLF Kultur).

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“.