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journals, and databases. In the course of our 100-year history we are proud to have significantly expanded our range of theoretical and practical philosophy, and we look forward to continuing to grow the portfolio in all key areas.



Conferences and Events

We want to know! That’s why we attend conferences in all fields worldwide.

On our conferences overview, you will find all the places you can currently meet us, including a brand new virtual booth. This not only gives you the advantage of ordering books with conference discounts from the comfort of your home, but also comes with interesting digital events, such as author interviews and meetings with De Gruyter editors.

Conferences and events

Coming Soon

We would especially want to draw your attention to our new series De Gruyter History of Philosophy of Science, edited by Catherine Kendig, Lydia Patton, and Alan Richardson. The first volumes will be out soon:

Partnership with Bard College’s Hannah Arendt Center

In 2023, a partnership was established by De Gruyter and the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities at Bard College, marked by the launch of the De Gruyter-Arendt Center Lecture in Political Thinking. Sponsored by De Gruyter, this annual lecture series invites preeminent thinkers to discuss pressing political and ethical issues of our day.

The inaugural lecture, titled “Arendt and the Problem of Political Persuasion,” was presented by Professor Linda Zerilli of The University of Chicago and served as the keynote address for a two-day interdisciplinary humanities conference.

The partnership represents an exciting development for the study of political theory and philosophy, with more projects in the works to facilitate research and offer an important forum for scholarly debates.

Linda Zerilli: The Problem of Democratic Persuasion (The De Gruyter Lecture in Political Thinking)

Linda Zerilli: The Problem of Democratic Persuasion (The De Gruyter Lecture in Political Thinking)


Dr. Serena Pirrotta
Dr. Serena Pirrotta
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