Maximilian Huschke

Maximilian Huschke is a research assistant in the Koselleck project "How to deal with racism, sexism and anti-Semitism in works of classical German philosophy?" at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena. He studied at the universities of Leipzig, Jena and Essex from 2015 to 2021 and completed his Master's degree in Philosophy in 2021 with a thesis on Kant's Critique of Judgement. He then began his dissertation project on the concept of social totality in critical theory on the basis of a Predoc scholarship from the Collaborative Research Centre "Structural Change of Property" (Friedrich Schiller University Jena). The doctorate is funded by the German National Academic Foundation and the Hans Böckler Foundation.

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  • Maximilian Huschke: “Revolution”, as part of the „Klassenzimmer“ lecture series at taz-lab 2022. (30.04.2022)
  • Maximilian Huschke: “Hegels Vergeistigung des Naturrechts im Begriff einer zweiten Natur. Rechtfertigung und Kritik des Kolonialismus.”, in Gotha, as part of the conference  „Naturrecht und Eigentum“, under the direction of sub-project A03. (08.04.2022)