To register, please contact Jacob Roundtree (firstname.lastname@example.org)The Workshop is free
and all are welcome to attend, although registration is encouraged.
Lunch will be provided for those who register and there may be some
spaces available for dinner.
Session One (11:00am-12:15pm):
Bernardo Zacka (MIT) “Institutional Atmospherics: the Interior Architecture of British Jobcentres”
Session Two (1:30pm-3:30pm): Gili Kliger (History, Harvard) "Marcel Mauss and the Power of ‘The Gift’" Chandler Hatch (Philosophy, Harvard) “Hegel’s Encyclopedia Criticisms of Kant’s Morality” Jacob Roundtree (Government, Harvard) “Can the Highest Good Be Achieved in a Complex Modern Society? A Reflection on Hegel’s Philosophy of Right.”
Session Three (3:45pm-5pm): Samantha Matherne (Philosophy, Harvard) and Nick Riggle (University of San Diego), “Schiller on Freedom and Aesthetic Value”
Session Four (5:15pm-6:30 pm): Omri Boehm (New School), “Thinking and Obedience: Kant’s Mature Account of What Enlightenment Is”