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Audio: Peter Osborne, Andrew Benjamin, Catherine Malabou, and Howard Caygill on Hegel's Logic

Four thinkers outline and debate different aspects of the contemporary importance of Hegel’s dialectical logic. 

Verso Books12 December 2017

Audio: Peter Osborne, Andrew Benjamin, Catherine Malabou, and Howard Caygill on Hegel's Logic

On December 8, the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) at Kingston University hosted a one-day workshop on Hegel's Logic, featuring presentations by Peter Osborne, Andrew Benjamin, Catherine Malabou, and Howard Caygill. Audio recordings from each session have now been posted to Backdoor Broadcasting

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