Slavoj Ε½iΕΎek and Sven-Olov Wallenstein I Hegel250

In the frame of the "Hegel's 250th Anniversary: Too late?" International Philosophical Conference

HeGeL250: Prepozno I Zu spΓ€t I Too late?

Tuesday Live from French Revolution Square (Ljubljana)

π—¦π—©π—˜π—‘-π—’π—Ÿπ—’π—© π—ͺπ—”π—Ÿπ—Ÿπ—˜π—‘π—¦π—§π—˜π—œπ—‘: 𝗔𝗗𝗒π—₯𝗑𝗒’𝗦 π—•π—˜π—˜π—§π—›π—’π—©π—˜π—‘: π—¨π—‘π——π—’π—œπ—‘π—š π—›π—˜π—šπ—˜π—Ÿ 𝗙π—₯𝗒𝗠 π—ͺπ—œπ—§π—›π—œπ—‘ "My talk will discuss the undoing of organic form in Beethoven as it is interpreted by Adorno, who reads this shift in opposiiton to Hegel’s idea of a dialectic in which the subject realizes itself by gradually splitting and then recovering itself in a temporal movement that eventually achieves totality. Already in Beethoven’s middle phase, however, Adorno sees a disintegrating moment, especially in the β€œextensive type” that extends time beyond the subject’s capacity to synthesize, which then is fully realized in the β€œlate style,” where the weight of objective moments turns organic form into a landscape of ruins." (Sven-Olov Wallenstein)

π—¦π—Ÿπ—”π—©π—’π— Ε½π—œΕ½π—˜π—ž: π—§π—›π—˜ π—¦π—£π—œπ—₯π—œπ—§ 𝗒𝗙 π——π—œπ—¦π—§π—₯𝗨𝗦𝗧 "We should turn around the motto of Brandom’s liberal reading of Hegel, the β€œspirit of trust”: the deepest feature of the Hegelian approach is a spirit of distrust. His axiom is not that, no matter how terrible an event is, at the end it will turn out to be a subordinated moment that contributes to the overall harmony; his axiom is that no matter how well planned and meant an idea or a project is, it will somehow turn wrong." (Slavoj Ε½iΕΎek)

Conference programme.