On 30 November, the Philosophy Workshop of the Regional Committee of Debrecen of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences organised a conference on Sound, Word, and Spirit, focusing on the problems of nineteenth-century language philosophy in a broader context. Our colleague, Dezső Gurka participated in the event and spoke about the interpretation of the notion of ‘spirit’ in Schelling’s works between 1805 and 1810.

See the programme and the Facebook event here and here.