5th International conference of the Group for Social Engagement Studies, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory

4th International conference of the Group for Social Engagement Studies, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory

 
septembar
29
2016.
TRIBINA IFDT-A

Eva von Redecker, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

eva

Četvrtak 29. septembar 2016. u 17.00
Sala na I spratu Instituta

Exodus by Dispossession? Butler and Landauer on Fundamental Collectivity

The exodus-conception of revolution envisions transformation not as singular event or antagonism, but as the contingent and procesual work of coalition building from the interstices of the existing order. The first part of the talk unpacks the notion of exodus, culminating into a notorious puzzle which this particular approach faces. If society is not a free and solidaric organization on the large scale, why should individuals in the interstices have the capacity to form coalitions anticipatory of the post-revolutionary order? To address this, Gustav Landauer’s vision of the transformative „drowning“ of the self in past collectivity is introduced and complemented with Judith Butler’s attempts of undoing individual sovereignty. Both, it will turn out, formulate attempts to undermine propertized social relations and point to alternative practices of belonging-in-common.

Eva von Redecker is a postdoc at the Humboldt-University, Berlin, where she works in Rahel Jaeggi’s social philosophy group. Eva’s research is in critical theory, and focuses on social change, structure and agency, property and propertization and a broad array of topics in feminist philosophy. Her two most recent articles are on right-wing anti-feminism and on the notion of „radical needs“ („Antigenderismus“ in Radical Philosophy 198, 2016; „Marx’s Concept of Needs in the Guise of Queer Desire“, in: Dhawan, Nikita et al. (eds.): Global Justice and Desire. London: Routledge, 2015). Eva is also the author of an introduction to the work of Judith Butler and a monography on Hannah Arendt’s moral philosophy. In winter term 2015, Eva was Heuss lecturer at the New School, New York, but usually she spends all seasons in the countryside out of Berlin.

septembar
28
2016.
TRIBINA IFDT-A

Rajnhard Mering, Viša pedagoška škola, Hajdelberg

Reinhard Mehring

Sreda, 28. septembar 2016. u 17:30
Sala na I spratu

„Velika“ i „mala politika“. Hajdegerove Crne sveske u kontekstu

Ovo kratko Meringovo predavanje zastupa tezu da je Hajdeger iz neuspeha svog frajburškog rektorata zaključio da treba da promeni ciljnu grupu i da svoju političku volju za delovanjem preusmeri sa sveta svojih savremenika na budući svet. Dok je Mering Hajdegerovu univerzitetsku politiku iz godina 1933 i 1934 u perspektivi savremene istorije smatrao relativno beznačajnom, a i zastupa mišljenje da je i aktuelna diskusija o antisemitizmu – u poređenju, recimo, sa velikim začajem antisemitizma za Karla Šmita (Carl Scmitt) – preterana, Hajdegerov izdavačko-politički projekt sabranih dela, njegova „velika politika“ (Niče) utemeljenja semantičke revolucije postmetafizičkog „drugačijeg mišljenja“ je, posmatrano u perspektivi povesti delovanja, interesantan i važan za istoriju nemačke univerzitetske filozofije i pitanje o konstruktivnoj „filozofskoj kulturi“. Povrh toga, Mering je upravo objavio knjigu i želi da predstavi neke od svojih teza i da ich prodiskutuje.

Rajnhard Mering (Reinhard Mehring) je pohađao gimnaziju u Dizeldorfu (Düsseldorf), potom studirao filozofiju, germanistiku i političke nauke u Bonu (Bonn) i Frajburgu (Freiburg) i apsolvirao refendarijat na gimnaziji u Karlsrueu (Karlsruhe). 1988. godine promovisao je kod Vilhelma Henisa (Wilhelm Hennis) u Frajburgu. U periodu 1989-2000 zapošljava se na univerzitetima u Dizeldorfu i Vircburgu (Würzburg) kao i na Humboltovom univerzitetu u Berlinu (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), gde se i habilitovao. Potom je bio aktivan kao privatni docent u Berlinu i držao je nastavu na nekim školama u Dizeldorfu. 2007. godine postaje profesor političkih nauka i didaktike političkih nauka na Pedagoškoj višoj školi u Hajdelbergu (Pädagogische Hochschule Heidelberg). Istakao se većim brojem publikacija koje se bave prevashodno istorijom ideja, a profilisao se posebno kao istraživač dela Karla Šmita (Carl Scmitt). Saizdavač je „Godišnjaka za političku misao“ (Jahrbuch Politisches Denken).

septembar
22
2016.
TRIBINA IFDT-A

Tibor Várady, Central European University, Budapest

tibor-varady

Četvrtak 22. septembar 2016 u 18.00
Svečana sala Rektorata Univerziteta u Beogradu (Studentski trg 1)

Predavanje u okviru konferencije Transition without Justice. Kompletan program konferencije možete naći na adresi: http://www.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/transitionwithoutjustice/#more-11002

Organizator događaja: Regionalni naučni centar u Novom Sadu Instituta za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju

Tibor Várady
Central European University, Budapest

How and (Why) to Keep a Dissident Spirit in Spite of Transition

One of the best products of communism were its dissident intellectuals, who managed to challenge dogmas, and earned reputation both in communist and in Western countries. The question has arisen whether the virtuosity of dissident thinking is sustainable after the fall of the Berlin Wall, and in a period of “transition”.

One of the questions that arise pertains to the concept of transition. Under communism, the party did not say that we were communist countries.

septembar
22-23
2016.
KONFERENCIJA

Transition without Justice

“Transition without Justice?”

Belgrade and Novi Sad, 22-23 September 2016

Transitional justice has established itself as a relatively puzzling and comprehensive problem in the modern theories of justice. Its range has expanded from the justice meted out for war crimes and other crimes committed in situations of state disintegration or transformation, marked by institutional crises, to any kind of institutional justice which arises from changing social, political, ideological and value circumstances and assumptions. Thus the scope of the concept of transitional justice is influenced by the breath of understanding of ‘transition’.

This conference is triggered by the publication, in 2015, of the book authored by Klaus Bachmann and Aleksandar Fatic, The UN International Criminal Tribunals: Transition without Justice? (Routledge, 2015). The book proposes, among other ideas, the controversial thesis that transitional justice is in fact more about achieving the goals of political transition than about fulfilling the demands of moral and legal justice per se. Thus to assess transitional justice, and especially the international tribunals, fairly and historically correctly, one must first discern which specific political goals of social and institutional transition are implicit in the mission of these tribunals.

septembar
26-28
2016.
KONFERENCIJA

Politics of Enmity: Can Nation Ever be Emancipatory?

5th International Conference
of the Group for Social Engagement Studies
Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, University in Belgrade

POLITICS OF ENMITY: CAN NATION EVER BE EMANCIPATORY?

http://enmitypolitics.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/

Belgrade, 26-28 September 2016

Confirmed speakers
Rogers Brubaker, University of California, Los Angeles
Florian Bieber, Centre for Southeast European Studies, University of Graz
Montserrat Guibernau, Queen Mary University of London
Reinhard Mehring, The College of Education, Heidelberg
Nuria Sánchez Madrid, Complutense University of Madrid

Nation and nationalism are in many ways peculiar and elusive concepts that could very easily be interpreted as being both ’banal’ and infinitely complex; primordial and modern; imagined and real. Since belonging to a specific national group can be seen as an important source of collective strength for many, solidarity of these collectives may serve as the basis for action to further strengthen these (imagined) bonds. The process itself, more often than not, assumes the existence of another, equally potent, equally solidary collective – most often irreducibly distinct from ours. This positioning which comes part and parcel with the idea of the nation – more so with nationalism – seems to centre around the idea of enmity: the antipode of solidarity among those who belong to ‘Us’. Enmity, as well as solidarity, is thus one of the cornerstones of the ‘practicing of nation’, something which shapes and perpetuates nation as a political identitary framework.

jun
29
2016.
VESTI

Predstavljanje Regionalnog naučnog centra u Novom Sadu

Sreda, 29. jun, u 17.00
Galerija Matice srpske
Trg Galerije 1, Novi Sad

jul
29
2016.
NOVE KNJIGE

Predrag Krstić, O čemu govorimo kad govorimo o prosvetiteljstvu: perike i gaće

Predrag Krstić

O čemu govorimo kad govorimo o prosvetiteljstvu: perike i gaće

SADRŽAJ

jun
27-28
2016.
KONFERENCIJA

Ruska misao o događaju: filozofski i kulturni aspekti

Institut za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju Univerziteta u Beogradu, Centar za etiku, pravo i primenjenu filozofiju (CELAP) i Filološki fakultet Univerziteta u Beogradu vas pozivaju da prisustvujete

Međunarodnoj naučnoj konferenciji

RUSKA MISAO O DOGAĐAJU:
FILOZOFSKI I KULTURNI ASPEKTI

Konferencija će se održati u ponedeljak i utorak 27. i 28. juna 2016. godine, u konferencijskoj sali na I spratu Instituta za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju i u Ruskom centru Filološkog fakulteta u Beogradu.

Jezik konferencije je ruski.

Program konferencije je dostupan ovde.

jun
24-25
2016.
KONFERENCIJA

The 14th International Law and Ethics Conference Series (ILECS)

The 14th International Law and Ethics Conference Series (ILECS)

Borders and Frontiers – Space(s) of Life and Cause for Conflicts and Wars

Belgrade, June 24-25, 2016

Četrnaesta ILECS konferencija biće posvećena problemu teritorija i posebno granica kao uzroka konflikata i ratova. Prostor i njegova omeđenost su, kao izvor sigurnosti i uređenosti zajedničkog života, oduvek bili značajni za ljude. Definisana teritorijalnost pospešuje efikasnost u delanju ostvarivanja postavljenih ciljeva, omogućava planiranje i izbegavanje konflikata, tako da se može reći da su granice država potrebne za normalnu artikulaciju pravnih normi i, kao i same te norme, normativno se tretiraju kao sakrosanktne. To naravno otvara teško pitanje njihove nepromenljivosti i mogućeg načina opravdavanja eventualne promene kada teritorije više ne odgovaraju artikulaciji stvarnog zajedničkog života bilo da je to zbog promene određenja zajedništva i promene zakona (pre svega zbog promene suštine kolektivnog identiteta kao one zakonodavne volje preko koje se definiše šta je “naše” a šta “njihovo”), ili zbog drugih promena u stvarnom prostoru. Te promene mogu da idu na dva nivoa, kao promena granica i kao promena onih čije su to granice. Sloboda kretanja i granice te slobode tako dobijaju veoma složene forme. Raspolaganje prostorom koje je, pored raspolaganja vremenom, osnova svih prava postaje stvar artikulacije ovlašćenja i, konačno, prava na odbranu kao konačnog opravdanja teritorijalnosti. Opravdanje odbrane povlači zatim opravdanje sukoba i ratova, upravo onoga što se ograničenjem prostora u definisane teritorije i uspostavljanjem zakona na njima pokušava izbeći.

Program konferencije (PDF)

jun
10
2016.
NOVE KNJIGE

Jelena Vasiljević, Antropologija građanstva

Jelena Vasiljević

  Antropologija građanstva

antropologija_gradjanstva

SADRŽAJ

maj
4-6
2016.
KONFERENCIJA

Social Justice: New Perspectives, New Horizons

Četvrta međunarodna konferencija Grupe za studije angažovanosti

Instituta za filozofiju i društvenu teoriju, Univerziteta u Beogradu

Socijalna pravda: nove perspektive, novi horizonti

http://socialjustice.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/

Beograd,
4-6. maj 2016.

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Celokupan program konferencije možete naći na adresi: http://socialjustice.instifdt.bg.ac.rs/schedule/.

april
9
2016.
VESTI

Osnovan je Regionalni naučni centar u Novom Sadu