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Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Philosophie

Allgemeines

Dr. Anton Kabeshkin

Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Philosophie

 

Am Neuen Palais 10
14469 Potsdam
Haus: 11, Raum: 2.02

 

Sprechzeiten
Montag: 14:45-15:45 Uhr
und nach Vereinbarung

Forschungsinteressen

Deutsche klassische Philosophie, Philosophie der früheren Neuzeit, Wissenschaftsphilosophie, antike Philosophie, Metaphysik

Akademischer Werdegang

  • seit 04/2019 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Lehrstuhl für Theoretische Philosphie Universität Potsdam
  • 2011-2019 Ph.D. in Philosophie an der Johns Hopkins University
  • 2017-2018 visiting scholar an der Universität Tübingen
  • 2011-2014 M.A. in Philosophie an der Johns Hopkins University
  • 2009-2011 M.A. in Philosophie an der Texas A&M University
  • 2000-2005 Spezialstudium an der Staatlichen Universität Südural, Tscheljabinsk, Russland

Veröffentlichungen

(1) "Schelling on Understanding Organisms", British Journl for the History of Philosophy, 25 (6) 2017, 1180-1201.

(2) In kürze erscheinen "Hegel on the Ohnmacht der Natur", Hegel Jahrbuch.

(3) "Review of Ina Goy, Kants Theorie der Biologie", Kantian Review 23 (3) 2018, 496-500.

(4) "Review of Julia Peters, Hegel on Beauty", British Journal for the History of Philosophy 36 (3) 2018, 630-3.

(5) "Review of John Sallis, The Return of Nature: On the Beyond of Sense" Philosophie in Review 37(4) 2017, 160-2.

(6) "Review of James Kreines, Reason in the World: Hegel´s Metaphysics and Its Philosophical Appeal", Philosophy in Review 36 (3) 2016, 124-6.

Vorträge

(1) ‘Kantian and Hegelian Natural Teleology,’ 8th Edition of the Multilateral Kant Colloquium: Kant and the Contemporary World, Catania, Italy, October 2018.

(2) ‘Hegel on the Ohnmacht der Natur,’ 32nd International Hegel Congress, Tampere, Finland, June 2018.

(3) ‘Hegel’s Logic as a Limiting Case of Transcendental Philosophy,’ Transcendental Turn in Contemporary Philosophy-3: The Nature and the Specificity of Transcendental Philosophy, Moscow, April 2018.

(4) ‘Fruitfulness of Hegel’s Philosophy of Nature,’ Bucharest Graduate Conference on History and Philosophy of Science: Methodology, Experimental Practices and Concept Formation, Bucharest, March 2018.

(5) ‘Schelling's Transformation of the Antinomy of Reflective Judgment,’ Society of German Idealism and Romanticism Inaugural Conference, University of Chicago, October 2016.

(6) ‘Is Chemistry a Science? Schelling’s Speculative Unification of Chemistry and Mechanics,’ Nature and the Philosophy of Nature in German Idealism and Romanticism, The University of Sydney, June 2015.

(7) ‘Moral Improvement in Kant and Schiller,’ Roundtable with Christoph Menke, Johns Hopkins University, March 2015.

(8) ‘Schelling’s Theory of Organism and Ecological Thinking,’ 3rd Annual Meeting of The North American Schelling Society, Bard College,August 2014.

(9) ‘Philosophical Activity and Unreflective Life in Pyrrhonian Skepticism,’ 31th Annual Meeting of The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP), Fordham University, October 2013.

(10) ‘Schelling’s Conception of the Individual in the First Outline,’ Pittsburgh Summer Symposium in Contemporary Philosophy (Schelling and Naturphilosophie), Duquesne University, August 2013. 

(11)  ‘Thumos in Plato’s Republic,’ 30th Annual Meeting of the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy (SAGP), Fordham University, October 2012.

(12)  ‘From Individuality to Universality: the Role of Aesthetic Education in Kant,’ Syracuse University Philosophy Graduate Student Conference, Syracuse University, April 2011.

Stipendien und Auszeichnungen

  • 09/2018 Arthur Lovejoy Dissertation Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University
  • 08/2017 DAAD Research Grant for Doctoral Candidates and Young Academics and Scientists, Universität Tübingen, Germany
  • 2016-2017 Miller Prize, the annual prize for the graduate student essay of an outstanding quality, Department of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University
  • 2016 Dean’s Teaching Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University
  • 2012-2013 Miller Prize, the annual prize for the graduate student essay of an outstanding quality, Department of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University
  • 2011-2014 George Owen Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University
  • 2009-2011 Fulbright Scholarship, Texas A&M University

    Lehrveranstaltungen

    SoSe 2019

    Introduction to Descartes, Universität Potsdam

    Philosophy and Science in Early Modern Period, Universität Potsdam

    Schelling: Philosophische Untersuchungen über das Wesen der menschlichen Freiheit (Lektürekurs) , Universität Potsdam

    SoSe 2017

    Is There Progress in Science?, Johns Hopkins University

    Introduction to Formal Logic, Johns Hopkins University, als graduate teaching assistant

    WiSe 2016/17

    Philosophy of Art: A Historical Introduction, Johns Hopkins University

    SoSe 2016

    Introduction to Early Modern Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, als graduate teaching assistant

    WiSe 2015/16

    What is Art for? Topics in Aesthetics, Johns Hopkins University

    Introduction to Formal Logic, Johns Hopkins University, als graduate teaching assistant

    SoSe 2015

    Introduction to Metaphysics, Johns Hopkins University, als graduate teaching assistant

    WiSe 2014/15

    Introduction to Greek Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, als graduate teaching assistant

    Problems in Philosophy of Biology: Evolution and Ecology, Johns Hopkins University

    SoSe 2014

    Can Science Explain Everything?, Johns Hopkins University, als graduate teaching assistant

    WiSe 2013/14

    Introduction to Philosophy of Biology, Johns Hopkins University

    Introduction to Greek Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, als graduate teaching assistant