Philosophy in Utah

September 9, 2014

SLCC’s upcoming Nietzsche conference

Filed under: Uncategorized — Huenemann @ 9:44 am

From our colleague Alexander Izrailevsky – 

It is my greatest honor and pleasure to – very respectfully – remind you about the Nietzsche’s Conference to come at the very end of October (October 30/31).
All news regarding the preparation for the Conference are great (honestly, beyond my bravest expectations). The most prominent Dutch expert in Nietzsche, Dr. Paul van Tongeren from Radboud University, Nijmegen, is coming for a whole week (October 27- November 1), Dr. John Richardson from NYU is coming, Dr. Werner Stegmaier, the Patriarch of the Nietzsche’s Studies in Germany, provides an intensive mentoring to the Conference & will be participating online, and a long line of Dr.Stegmaier/Dr. van Tongeren’s post-doctorate young Scholars from Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Greece, Portugal, Sweden, Finland, etc. will be participating, both in person and online.
Again, on Thursday, October 30, we’ll be having a “Professorial,” and on October 31, a Student Session. You & your students are very much welcome!


  1. Is there already a time and place planned for each day?

    Comment by arvapor — September 21, 2014 @ 5:00 pm

  2. Hello Nietzsche fans,
    I saw this blog for the Nietzsche conference and thought I’d pass along our website at:

    My name is Cinnamon Jenson, Organization director and philosophy instructor at Salt Lake Community College.
    The conference is October 30-31, at the South City Campus (1575 S. State St, SLC), from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. The keynote session and faculty panels include international Nietzsche scholars from Germany, Greece, and Netherlands, plus some faculty from local universities.

    Two students from Utah State are presenting on Friday, October 31, and Charlie Huenemann, philosopher professor at USU will be presenting on Thursday October 30. There are spots available for anyone to present. This will be a friendly conference to share our love of Nietzsche. There is still time to submit a title of your presentation (15 minute presentation).

    I hope to see you at the conference: It will be a unique and inspiring event. I look forward to meeting you,

    Cinnamon Ann Jenson
    Organization Director, SLCC International Student/ Faculty Conference:
    The Moral Challenges of Nietzsche’s Nihilism.
    (801) 300-5522

    Comment by Cinnamon Jenson — October 16, 2014 @ 12:33 pm

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