domingo, 21 de abril de 2013

Summer School of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy - Calabria 2013


Evento: Escuela de verano sobre fenomenología en Calabria (Italia)
Tema: Fenomenología, esencialismo y el orden de las cosas
Fechas: 1º al 4 de julio de 2013
Lugar: Universidad de Calabria, Italia
Idiomas: Inglés
Deadline: Envío de solicitudes de inscripción y CV hasta el 15 de mayo de 2013



WHO'S AFRAID OF THE FORMS?

“Phenomenology is the study of essences; and according to it, all problems amount to finding definitions of essences”. It is in such bare terms that Merleau-Ponty introduces, in the Preface of his Phenomenology of Perception, one of the most crucial and highly problematic issues in phenomenology, i.e. that of so called “phenomenological essentialism,” which has been widely criticized by both post-modern Continental and Analytical philosophers. According to this line of critique, phenomenology as such­-whether due to its ontological presuppositions or its epistemological intuitionism, its defective understanding of the nature of language or its rationalistic assumptions—is defined by philosophical claims that postulate a host of ideal, universal and a priori entities such as “essences”, “eidê”, “categories” etc. Such entities, it is further charged, can also be grasped “in person” by means of an allegedly specific act of direct “grasping” labeled as “essential seeing”, “eidetic intuition”, “categorial intuition” etc.

The activities of the SSPPP will be devoted to a full analysis of the meaning and the scope of such “essentialism,” its historical origins, implications and limits. This seminar will also investigate whether essentialism is in fact, as charged, a necessary component of phenomenology as such-as Merleau-Ponty suggests-or if it is only related to a certain understanding of phenomenology. The implications of such analysis do not just concern questions of ontology, but reach across the full spectrum of philosophical topics: ethics, political philosophy, epistemology and theory of science. By offering a fresh and new approach of the function and status of essentialism in phenomenology, this seminar will provide a unique format for a confrontation with Analytic philosophy (for example, the anti-essentialist linguistic philosophy of Wittgenstein and nominalism of Goodman) as well as post-structuralism (Foucault’s archeology of knowledge and Derrida’s deconstruction).
 
Tentative Program
7/1/2013 9:30 Welcome address
Prof. Raffaele Perrelli Director of Humanities Department 

ONTOLOGY9:45 Prof. Claudio Majolino
From Eidos to Eidos and Back. On the Phenomenological Vagaries of a Concept.

12:30 Lunch Break

15:00 Dr. Daniele De Santis
From Formal through Material up to Contingent…Remarks on the Husserlian “Proliferation of the A Priori”

7/2/2013
SCIENCE
9:30 Prof. Burt Hopkins
Beyond the Science of Being: Phenomenal Structure and Unity in the Constitution of Phenomenological Manifolds

12:30 Lunch Break

15:00 Dr. Emiliano Trizio
Phenomenology and Ontology: the Role of Regional Essences in Husserl’s Transcendental Idealism

7/3/2013
ETHICS AND POLITICS
9:30 Prof. Nicolas de Warren
Ethics and Politics in Phenomenology

12:30 Lunch Break

15:00 Dr. Susi Ferrarello
I’m afraid of values. A study on values and its forms.

7/4/2013ROUND TABLE
Chairman Prof. Fabrizio Palombi
9:30 Discussions
12:30 Lunch Break
15:00 Discussions

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