Selbsttransformierendes Leben? Lukács und die Kritik des Kapitalismus, a.o. with Patrick Eiden-Offe and Eva Geulen
International online conference organized by the Chair of Practical Philosophy with a focus on Political Philosophy and Philosophy of Law and the research centre Normative Orders at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, a.o. with a lecture by Patrick Eiden-Offe and a commentary by Eva Geulen
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The literary scholar Eva Geulen is the Director of the ZfL, executive board member of the Centers for Advanced Studies in the Humanities Berlin, and Professor for European Culture and the History of Knowledge at the Institute for Cultural History and Theory of the Humboldt University of Berlin.
The germanist Patrick Eiden-Offe is research associate at the ZfL with the project Georg Lukács: An Intellectual Biography.
Csaba Olay (Eötvös Loránd University Budapest): Lukács’ Early Conception of Reification in the Light of Recent Interpretations
Timothy Bewes (Brown University): Notes for a Hypothetical Theory of the Novel
Eva Geulen (ZfL/HU Berlin): Commentary
Patrick Eiden-Offe (ZfL/University of Illinois Chicago): Revolution as a Way of Life: On the Experiment of Writing Lukács’ Life
Arthur Bueno (Goethe University Frankfurt a.M.): The Experience of the Crisis: Reification and Emancipation as Life-Processes
Alberto Toscano (Goldsmiths, University of London): Life, Tragedy & Justice
Konstantinos Kavoulakos (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki): Georg Lukács’ Early Critique of Everyday Life and his Theory of Reification