CALL FOR PAPERS

The Registers of Philosophy II.


The second event of the conference series titled The Registers of Philosophy is going to feature a session with PhD students. The selection of the presenters in this session is going to be based on their applications.

The conference is going to take place in Budapest, at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, on May 14, 2016. Keynote speaker: Jon Stewart.

PhD students are going to be hosted by the Doctoral School of Political Theory of the Pázmány Péter Catholic University. The Doctoral School is going to offer a seminar for the graduate participants about the same topic.


Application materials:

- Abstract (not longer than 400 words)
- Short CV
- List of publications

Please submit your application materials to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. until March 1, 2016.

We offer financial support for travel and accommodation for maximally 3 PhD students traveling from abroad up to 150 euros/person.


Description of the conference:

It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of our colleague dr. Katalin Neumer. She was 58 years old.

She was an excellent historian of philosophy, her writings provided fundamental contributions to the history of Hungarian and Austrian philosophy. She published many remarkable papers and books on 18th and 19th century philosophy of language, although the work of the later Wittgenstein always remained her primary interest throughout her life. Besides writing and publishing important monographs and papers in both Hungarian and foreign languages, she also found the time to translate Wittgenstein's works into Hungarian. Though she primarily considered herself a philosopher, she frequently ventured into the fields of literature, literary history, and other areas of the Kulturwissenschaften, most imporantly of the cinematic arts. Besides the creative application of new perspectives, her writings could be characterized first and foremost by philological precision, conceptual clarity, and the thorough review and analysis of textual sources. She also provided important contributions regarding the nature of the humanities, considering both their inner connections and their place within the system of sciences in general.

Her activities as an organizer of scientific activities resulted in the carrying out of various research projects, and the organization of various workshops and conferences. She made essential contributions to the development and maintenance of work relations between Austrian and Hungarian philosophy, to the identification of the Central-Eurpean philosophical tradition's main characteristics, and to regional cooperations. She was an active participant in the public philosophical life of Hungary, and she mentored and supported several young researchers. She was one of the leading researchers of the Institute of Philosophy of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Hungarian philosophy suffered a great loss with her untimely passing.

The HAS, the Research Centre for the Humanities (HAS), and her colleagues at the Institute of Philosophy share the immense grief of her family.

The History and Philosophy of Science research group of the Institute of Philosophy cordially invites you to its upcoming workshop:

"Knowledge from Music: Philosophical, Literary, Sociological"

Venue of the workshop: 1014 Budapest, 30. Országház st.

Date of the workshop: 8th July, 2015.

Program:
12:00 - 12:45 - Tamás Demeter (HAS): The Sociological Tradition of Hungarian Musicology
12:45 - 13:30 - Deodáth Zuh (HAS): Conventions and Creativity. Arnold Hauser's Sociology of Music
13:30 - 14:00 - Coffee break

14:00 - 15:00 - David Pitt (CSULA): What is Tonality?
15:00 - 16:00 - Simone Mahrenholz (Manitoba): How Music Thinks
16:00 - 16:30 - Coffee break

16:30 - 17:30 - Ákos Windhager (Arts Harmony): Who Cares about Bruckner's 8th?
17:30 - 18:30 - Thorsten Botz-Bornstein (Kuwait): Music, Astronomy and the Philosophy of the Organic: Béla Tarr and László Krasznahorkai

Ferenc Hörcher, director of the Institute of Philosophy at the RCH, HAS, is participating in the book launch for the recently published volume: John O'Sullivan & Kálmán Pócza (eds.): The Second Term of Viktor Orbán. Beyond Prejudice and Enthusiasm, London, Social Affairs Unit, 2015. Ferenc Hörcher's article is entitled "After the 2014 General Election: Constitutional Majority and No Opposition: A Burden or an Opportunity", op. cit. 253-272.


The event is organized by the Danube Institute at the following venues:
Budapest: 30th July 2015, 17:30 - Szamos Gourmet House, 1052 Budapest, 1. Váci st.
Brussels: 1st July 2015, 17:00 - Hungarian Development Center, 1000 Brussels, Boulevard Bischoffsheim 11.

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