December 10, 2021

*** The event is canceled ***


This is one of the most fundamental questions of philosophy, but also a question that concerns us all. According to the classical definition, truth simply is the compliance of thinking and being? If so, what exactly does that mean? And can we ever attain truth in this sense? Or does truth somehow depend on us? Could it be that truth is "relative", that one person's truth is not another person's truth? Are there "alternative truths"? These and other questions are at the core here.

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Ernst

Gerhard Ernst ist seit 2012 Inhaber eines Lehrstuhls für Philosophie an der Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg. Von 2008-2012 war er Professor für Philosophie an der Universität Stuttgart. Er studierte nicht nur Philosophie, Logik und Wissenschaftstheorie, sondern auch Physik. In beiden Gebieten hat er geforscht und veröffentlicht.

Zu seinen vielbeachteten Veröffentlichungen gehört "Das Problem des Wissens" (2002) und die "Die Objektivität der Moral" (2008). Derzeit ist er Präsident der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Philosophie.


From 5.30 pm | Admission and Get-Together

6.30 pm -6.40 pm | Welcome by Korbinian Kohler

6.40 pm – 7 pm | Introduction by Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Vossenkuhl

7 pm – 7.45 pm | Keynote Speech by Guest Speaker

7.45 pm – 8.15 pm | Discussion

8.30 pm - midnight | Exclusive Gala Dinner

Hotel guests and external guests can attend the lecture free of charge until 7.45 pm, with a registration 24 hours in advance upon request and subject to availability


Covid: The 2G rule applies

That means. Access is only permitted for vaccinated and convalescent people.

Accreditation Dinner

For the follow-up discussion and the exclusive dinner in an intimate setting, the speakers Professor Vossenkuhl and Korbinian Kohler will be present:

190 Euro per Person


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Maximum Number of Participants: 20 Guests

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