Annual Conference of the Society for Intercultural Philosophy “The Political Dimension of Nature. An Intercultural Critique”

James Ogude (University of Pretoria): "Ubuntu and the Principle of Co-Agency: Reflection on nature-human nexus in African ecology"


Philippe Descola (Collège de France, Paris): "Cosmopolitics of the Earth"


Rita Segato (University of Brasilia): "From the Rooted Subject to the Universal Subject"


Meera Baindur (Manipal University Jaipur): "Nature as matter of beings and the politics of matter in Indian traditions and thought"


Hiroshi Abe (University of Kyoto): "Der Mensch als politisches Wesen auf Basis von Natur?"


Angela Roothaan (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) Where Politics and Philosophy Intersect – Deconstructive, Postcolonial, Indigenous Approaches to Nature


Seyyed Hossein Nasr (George Washington University): "The Significance of Nature in Human Life – Spiritually, Intellectually and Socio-Politically"


Dalia Nassar (University of Sydney): "Alexander von Humboldt – The Aesthetic Foundations of Ecology, and Why That Matters Today"


Michael Hampe (ETH Zürich), Dr. Olivier Del Fabbro (ETH Zürich): "State of Nature - War against Nature: From Hobbes to Latour"


Jason Wirth (Seattle University): "Nishitani Keiji and Ecological Economy"