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2010 Southwest Seminar in Continental Philosophy

Inaugural Meeting
"Continental Philosophy in the Desert"

When:May 28, 2010 - 08:20am
May 29, 2010 - 07:00pm
Where:

Description:

Friday, May 28: Day 1


 
8:20-9:15am:

Breakfast:

Those who are not eating at their hotels are welcome to join us at the Frontier restaurant, located south of campus on Central [2400 Central SE].


9:20-9:30am:

-Philosophy Lounge: Opening remarks, Iain Thomson, University of New Mexico


9:30-10:30am: Session 1:

-HUM 518: Rajesh Sampath, Brandeis University: “Time, History, Eternity and Eschatology as the Basis of Pannenberg’s Theological Method.”

-HUM 519: Samantha Matherne, UC Riverside, “‘Style’ and Merleau-Ponty’s Account of Object Constancy.”


10:40-11:40am: Session 2:

-HUM 518: Iain Thomson, University of New Mexico, “Refuting Shapiro (and Derrida) by Understanding the Phenomenology of Heidegger’s Interpretation of Van Gogh.

-HUM 519: Christopher Fox, Newman University, “The novelty of Spirituality and the religiosity of substitution in Emmanuel Levinas.”


11:50-1:20pm:

Lunch

Those who wish may join us for lunch at the Frontier Restaurant, located south of campus on Central [2400 Central SE].


1:30-2:30pm: Session 3:

-HUM 518: Dorothea Olkowski, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, “In Search of Lost Time, Merleau-Ponty, Bergson, and the Time of Objects.”

-HUM 519: Paul Livingston, University of New Mexico, “Heidegger reads Wittgenstein, Wittgenstein reads Heidegger: Thinking Language Bounding World.


2:40-3:40pm: Session 4:

-HUM 518: Matthew Schunke, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, “Revealing Givenness: The Role of Intuition in Phenomenology of Religion.”

-HUM 519: Ben Crowe, University of Utah, “Appropriating Schleiermacher.”


3:50-4:50pm: Session 5:

-HUM 518: Achim Oberst, University of New Mexico, “The Hidden Theology of Heidegger’s Philosophy.”

-HUM 519: Daniel Conway, Texas A&M. “Who is Zarathustra’s Nietzsche?”


4:50-5:10pm:

Coffee Break


5:10-6:30pm: Keynote 1:

-Franklin Dickey Memorial Theater (Room 108): Keynote 1: Claire Katz, Texas A&M, “‘The stirrings of a stubborn and difficult freedom’: Education, Assimilation, and Levinas’s response to the Principles of 1789.”

Keynote session chair: Gerard Kuperus, University of San Francisco.


6:45-9:00pm:

Dinner

Those who wish may join us at El Patio De Albuquerque, located south of campus [142 Harvard Dr. SE]


 

Saturday, May 29: Day 2


 
8:20-9:20am:

Breakfast

Those who are not eating at their hotels are welcome to join us at the Frontier Restaurant, located south of campus on Central [2400 Central SE].


9:30-10:30am: Session 6:

-HUM 518: Marjolein Oele, University of San Francisco, “Pathos Reviewed: Evaluating Heidegger’s Interpretation of Pathos in Aristotle.”

-HUM 519: Carl Sachs, University of North Texas, and Shane Epting, UT El Paso, “Thinking of the Living Body in Hans Jonas and Merleau-Ponty.


10:40-11:40am: Session 7:

-HUM 518: Jesús Adrián Escudero, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, “Heidegger and the Hermeneutical Turn of Phenomenology.”

-HUM 519: Robert Stolorow, Institute of Contemporary Psychoanalysis and UCLA School of Medicine, “Individuality in Context: The Relationality of Finitude.”


11:50-1:20pm:

Lunch

Those who wish may join us for lunch at the Rasoi Indian Kitchen, located south of campus [110 Yale Blvd, SE].


1:30-2:30pm: Session 8:

-HUM 518: Matthew Shockey, University of Indiana, South Bend, “On Descartes’ Uncertainty and Heidegger’s Anxiety.”

-HUM 519: Mark Ralkowski, University of New Mexico, “Heidegger's Platonic Critique of Ontotheology."


2:40-3:40pm: Session 9:

-HUM 518: Rick Anthony Furtak, Colorado College, “Kierkegaard’s Postscript and the Scandal of Modern Philosophy.”

-HUM 519: James Reid—Metropolitan State College, Denver, and the Air Force Academy, “Wrestling with Descartes: Heidegger’s ‘Anti-Modernism.’”


3:50-4:50pm, Session 10:

-HUM 518: John O’Connor, Colorado State University-Pueblo, “Category Mistakes and Logical Grammar: Ryle’s Husserlian Tutelage.”

-HUM 519: Ann Murphy, Fordham University, “Shame and the Philosophical Imaginary.”


4:50-5:10pm:

Coffee Break


5:10-6:30pm: Keynote 2:

-Franklin Dickey Memorial Theater (Room 108): Keynote 2: Steven Crowell, Rice University, “What is Ethics as First Philosophy? Levinas in a Phenomenological Context.”

Keynote session chair: Iain Thomson, University of New Mexico.


6:45-9:00pm:

Dinner

All attendees are encouraged to join us for dinner at the Nob Hill Grill, located east of campus [3128 Central].


 

Supported by a gift from the Paul F. Schmidt Fund in Philosophy.