2013, Wed, May 22

Howard Caygill

Immanent Critique in Walter Benjamin

Speculative Thinking in Art, Literature and Philosophy

Speculative Thinking in Art, Literature and Philosophy

Participation is limited, please register prior to the workshop:


Howard Caygill is Professor of Modern European Philosophy at Kingston University London. Having taught at the Department of History at Goldsmiths, University of London before, Caygill’s publications concerning Kant (Art of judgement, 1989 and A Kant dictionary, 1995), Walter Benjamin (The Colour of Experience, 1998) and french philosopher Emmanuel Levinas (Levinas and the Political, 2002) reflect the wide field of his research interests, including among others history of philosophy, aesthetics, religion and cultural history.