Zu den Autorinnen und Autoren

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Zu den Autorinnen und Autoren

Myriam Bienenstock

wurde 1990 an der Universität Lyon mit einer Arbeit über Hegel habilitiert, danach Professorin für Philosophie in Grenoble und Tours. Gastprofessuren in Frankfurt, Zürich, Münster und Berlin. Ihre Forschungsgebiete sind Hegel und der Deutsche Idealismus; die Praktische Philosophie des Deutschen Idealismus, und das Jüdische Denken im 19. bis 20. Jahrhundert, bes. Hermann Cohen, Franz Rosenzweig und Emmanuel Levinas. Sie ist die Verfasserin der Monografien Politique du jeune Hegel (1992) und Cohen und Rosenzweig. Ihre Auseinandersetzung mit dem deutschen Idealismus (2018). Zudem hat sie Hegel, Herder, Fichte, Schelling und Hermann Cohen ins Französische übersetzt. Eine vollständige Publikationsliste findet sich auf ihrer Homepage: http://mbienenstock.free.fr.

Stefanie Buchenau

is Maître de conférences (HDR) in German studies at the University Paris 8 Saint-Denis. She works mainly on German Enlightenment philosophy, and is currently co-editing the volume on anthropology in the new Kant Akademieausgabe, and preparing a monograph on human dignity in 18th Century German philosophy. Her recent publications include: The Founding of Aesthetics in the German Enlightenment, The Art of Invention and the Invention of Art (Cambridge: University Press, April 2013, paperback edition June 2015), Médecine et philosophie de la nature humaine, de l’Age classique aux Lumières, co-edited with Raphaële Andrault, Claire Crignon and Anne-Lise Rey (Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2014), Human and Animal Cognition in Early Modern Philosophy and Medicine, co-edited with Roberto Lo Presti (Pittsburgh: University Press, 2017).

Simon Derpmann

is postdoctoral researcher at the University of Münster and scientific coordinator of the graduate school “Democracy, Human Rights, and Religion” funded by the Volkswagen Foundation. His research focuses on 19th century social philosophy, especially John Stuart Mill and Karl Marx, and on economic philosophy. He is currently working on a project on the philosophy of money.

Luca Fonnesu

is Full Professor of Moral Philosophy at the University of Pavia. He has held visiting appointments in Mainz, Clermont-Ferrand, Halle and St. Andrews. His publications include the Italian edition of Fichte’s Natural Right (Roma-Bari 1994); Storia dell’etica contemporanea (Roma 2006); Per una moralità concreta (Bologna 2010). With Lucia Ziglioli he has co-edited System und Logik bei Hegel (Hildesheim-New York 2016).

Maria Cristina Fornari

is Associate Professor at the University of Salento (Lecce, Italy). She collaborates to the Italian edition of Friedrich Nietzsche’s Opere and Epistolario (Adelphi, Milan). Among her publications: La morale evolutiva del gregge. Nietzsche legge Spencer e Mill (Pisa 2006; German translation: Wiesbaden 2009); Friedrich Nietzsche, Epistolario 1885-1889 (editor, with Giuliano Campioni) (Milan 2011); Nietzsche y el evolucionismo. Dos ensayos (Córdoba, Argentina 2016); Uma aventura de mais de um século: A história das edições de Nietzsche (São Paulo, Brazil 2019). She is a member of several international research groups, including the team Nietzsche et son temps of the CNRS in Paris. She is currently working on the Franco-German project La bibliothèque de Nietzsche. Edition numérique et commentaire philosophique (Paris-Freiburg).

Roe Fremstedal

is Professor at the University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway and Associate Professor at NTNU Trondheim. He is author of Kierkegaard and Kant on Radical Evil and the Highest Good: Virtue, Happiness, and the Kingdom of God (Palgrave Macmillan 2014) and articles in Inquiry, International Journal for Philosophy of Religion, Journal of Value Inquiry, Journal of Religious Ethics, Kantian Review, Kierkegaard Studies Yearbook and Religious Studies.

Samir Gandesha

is currently Associate Professor in the Department of the Humanities and the Director of the Institute for the Humanities at Simon Fraser University. He is co-editor with Lars Rensmann of Arendt and Adorno: Political and Philosophical Investigations (Stanford, 2012), and co-editor with Johan Hartle of Spell of Capital: Reification and Spectacle (University of Amsterdam Press, 2017) and Aesthetic Marx (Bloomsbury Press, 2017). In the Spring of 2017, he was the Liu Boming Visiting Scholar in Philosophy at the University of Nanjing and Visiting Lecturer at Suzhou University of Science and Technology in China. In 2019, he was Visiting Fellow at the Hochschule für Gestaltung in Karlsruhe and Visiting Lecturer at Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas – FFLCH-USP (Universidade de São Paulo). He is currently editing a book entitled Spectres of Fascism (Pluto Press), co-editing with Peyman Vahabzadeh Crossing Borders: Essays in Honour of Ian Angus (Arbeiter Ring).

Loughlin Gleeson

is a PhD candidate at UNSW, Sydney. He is also currently a casual academic at Macquarie University. His research is focused primarily on Hegel and his conception of ‘concrete freedom.’ In addition to presenting at numerous conferences, both domestically and internationally, he has published articles and book reviews on Hegel as well as contemporary Hegelian scholars such as Axel Honneth and Robert Pippin.

Maximiliano Hernández Marcos

is a Tenured Professor of History of Philosophy at the University of Salamanca. He has done research stays in Frankfurt am Main, Wolfenbüttel, Mainz and Marburg. His publications include the books La „Crítica de la razón pura“ como proceso civil (Salamanca 1994), and Tras la luz de la ley: legislación y justicia en Prusia a finales del siglo XVIII (Madrid 2017); the editing of the texts Hermann Heller, El sentido de la política y otros ensayos (Valencia 1996), and I. Kant, „Crítica de la razón práctica“ (Madrid 2017); and the co-editing of the collective volumes Literatura y política en la época de Weimar (Madrid 1998), and La primera Escuela de Salamanca (1406-1516) (Salamanca 2012).

Heikki Ikäheimo

is Senior Lecturer at University of New South Wales in Sydney. His publications include the monographs Self-Consciousness and Intersubjectivity (University of Jyväskylä, 2001) and Anerkennung (De Gruyter, 2014), as well as the co-edited collections Dimensions of Personhood (Imprint Academic, 2007), Recognition and Social Ontology (Brill, 2011), The Ambivalences of Recognition (Columbia University Press, forthcoming), and Handbuch Anerkennung (Springer, forthcoming).

David Leopold

is Associate Professor of Political Theory, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford, and John Milton Fellow, Mansfield College, Oxford. His research interests include Karl Marx, left Hegelianism, and utopianism. His publications include The Young Karl Marx: German Philosophy, the Modern State, and Human Flourishing (Cambridge, 2007), as well as scholarly editions of Max Stirner, The Ego and Its Own (Cambridge, 2000), and William Morris, News From Nowhere (Oxford, 2003).

Douglas Moggach

is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Ottawa, and Honorary Professor of Philosophy at the University of Sydney. He has held visiting appointments in Beijing, Cambridge, London, Münster, and Pisa. His publications include The Philosophy and Politics of Bruno Bauer (Cambridge 2003), and, as editor, De pulchri principiis. Über die Prinzipien des Schönen (Berlin 1996; new Italian edition Sui Principi del Bello, Palermo 2019); The New Hegelians (Cambridge 2006); and Politics, Religion and Art: Hegelian Debates (Northwestern 2011). With Gareth Stedman Jones, he co-edited The 1848 Revolutions and European Political Thought (Cambridge 2018).

Nadine Mooren

Dr. phil. ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Philosophischen Seminar der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster. Zu ihren Forschungsschwerpunkten gehören die Philosophie des Deutschen Idealismus und Linkshegelianismus, Philosophische Anthropologie und Ethik. Einschlägige Veröffentlichungen (Auswahl): Hegel und die Religion. Eine Untersuchung zum Verhältnis von Religion, Philosophie und Theologie in Hegels System (2018); zusammen mit Michael Quante Herausgeberin des 2018 erschienenen Kommentars zu Hegels Wissenschaft der Logik; „Mit Hegel gegen Hegel – Feuerbachs Religionsphilosophie in Das Wesen des Christentums“ (2015).

Dean Moyar

is Associate Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Johns Hopkins University. He received his B.S. from Duke University and his Ph.D. from the University of Chicago. His essays have appeared in (among others) the Journal of Moral Philosophy and Hegel-Studien. He is the co-editor (with Michael Quante) of Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit: A Critical Guide (Cambridge University Press, 2007), the editor of The Routledge Companion to Nineteenth Century Philosophy (2010) and The Oxford Handbook of Hegel (2017), and the author of Hegel’s Conscience (Oxford University Press, 2011).

Michael Quante

ist Professor für Praktische Philosophie und principle investigator des Exzellenzclusters Religion und Politik an der WWU Münster. Er ist Mitherausgeber der Hegel-Studien und Vorsitzender des Vorstands der Internationalen Marx- Engels-Stiftung (IMES).

Seine Hauptarbeitsgebiete sind der Deutsche Idealismus (insbesondere Hegel und Marx), die Philosophie der Person, Handlungstheorie und Ethik. Monografien zu Marx: Der unversöhnte Marx (Mentis 2018) und Studi Sulla Filosofia Di Karl Marx (Mailand 2018); Mitherausgeber von Die linken Hegelianer (Fink 2015; gemeinsam mit Amir Mohseni) und des Marx-Handbuch (Metzler 2016, gemeinsam mit David Schweikard) sowie Herausgeber kommentierter Studienausgaben von Karl Marx: Ökonomisch-philosophische Manuskripte (Suhrkamp 32018) und von Karl Marx: Das Kapital (Meiner 2019).

Tim Rojek

Dr. phil. ist wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter an der Westfälischen Wilhelms- Universität Münster. Er studierte Philosophie, Soziologie und Klass. Literaturwissenschaften an der Universität zu Köln und promovierte zu Hegels Geschichtsphilosophie an der Universität Münster. Forschungsschwerpunkte: Klass. dt. Philosophie, Philosophie der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaften, Geschichte des Hegelianismus und Marxismus. Seine Dissertation erschien in Buchform 2017 bei deGruyter und 2018 als Taschenbuch unter dem Titel „Hegels Begriff der Weltgeschichte. Eine wissenschaftstheoretische Studie“ (Berlin/Boston 2017).

Eva Schürmann

has held the Chair for Philosophical Anthropology and Philosophy of Culture and Technology at the Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg since 2011. For her book Sehen als Praxis (Suhrkamp 2008) she was awarded the Science Prize by the Aby-Warburg-Foundation in 2014. In the academic year 2014/15, she was Research Fellow at the Käte Hamburger Center for Advanced Study ‘Law as Culture’. Since 2015 she has been Co-editor of the Allgemeine Zeitschrift für Philosophie. Her publications include Vorstellen und Darstellen. Szenen einer medienanthropologischen Theorie des Geistes. (Fink 2018) and Seeing as practice, Philosophical Investigation into the Relation between Sight and Insight, Palgrave Macmillan 2019.

Michael Kuur Sørensen

holds a PhD from the European University Institute, Florence. He has published mainly in the fields of European intellectual history as well as in the history of the welfare state in Europe.

Norbert Waszek

wurde 1984 (das Buch erschien 1988) an der Universität Cambridge mit einer Arbeit über Hegel und die schottische Aufklärung promoviert und 1998 unter der Leitung von Bernard Bourgeois an der Sorbonne habilitiert. Nach einer ersten Professur an der Universität Rouen, ist er seit 2003 Professor an der Universität Paris VIII (Vincennes à Saint-Denis). Im akademischen Jahr 2017/18 war er Gastprofessor am Zentrum für klassische deutsche Philosophie (Hegel-Archiv) der Ruhr-Universität-Bochum. Zentrale Forschungsgebiete sind die Aufklärung, Hegel und die Hegelsche Schule. Eine vollständige Publikationsliste findet sich auf seiner Internetseite: http://norbertwaszek.free.fr.