2010 Southwest Seminar in Continental Philosophy
"Continental Philosophy in the Desert"
|When:||May 28, 2010 - 08:20am|
May 29, 2010 - 07:00pm
Friday, May 28: Day 1
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].
-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.”
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?”
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.
Those who wish may join us at El Patio De Albuquerque, located south of campus [142 Harvard Dr. SE]
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.”
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.”
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.
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.