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Nordic Society for Phenomenology

Annual meeting, Kaunas, 25-27 April 2008

“Phenomenology and Human Sciences”
Programme

Friday, 25 april

8.45-9.15          REGISTRATION
9.30-9.45          WELCOME ADDRESS by Ruta Marcinkeviciene (Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, Vytautas Magnus University of Kaunas), Giedrius Kuprevičius (Dean of the faculty of Humanities, Kaunas University of Technology) and  Sara Heinämaa (President of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology)
9.45-11.00 PLENARY LECTURE I Bernhard Waldenfels, "Leibhaftige Schmerzerfahrung”

11.15-12.45  Parallel sessions I


The Philosophy of John McDowell and Phenomenology

Erfahrung des Menschen und „Wissenschaften vom Menschen“

Human sciences, naturalism and Subject’s Point of View

 

1. Søren Overgaard.
Intentionalism, Disjunctivism, and Phenomenology
2. Rasmus Thybo Jensen
McDowell and Merleau-Ponty on the possibility of perceptual illusion
3. Morten Sørensen Thaning
Experience and judgement in McDowell and Husserl

 

1. Karin Barbara Hutflötz
Wer ist der Mensch in den „Wissenschaften vom Menschen“?
Zur phänomenologischen Bestimmung von Selbstsein und daseinsmäßiger Identität
2. Mintautas Gutauskas
Die Grenzen der Erfahrung und das Verständnis des Dialogs
3. Ilya Inishev
Phänomenologie als Thematisierung und als Effekt alltäglicher Erfahrung des Menschen

1. Hanne Jacobs 
 Is there a science of the individual? Husserl and the Irreducibility of the Subject’s Point of View
2. Dalius Jonkus
Psychologism, naturalism and nihilism  
Husserl’s criticism of psychologism and Human science
3. Timo Miettinen
DILTHEY, HUSSERL AND THE CRISIS OF THE HUMAN SCIENCES

12.45-13.45 Lunch Break

13.45-15.15 Parallel sessions II

Selfhood and Rationality

Merleau-Ponty and Human Sciences

Phenomenology, Narrative and
Hermeneutics of Emotional Expressivity

1. Sonja Rinofner-Kreidl
Does Self-deception Rule Out First-Person-Authority?
2. Eva Schwarz
Do we know what we know? Tacit knowledge and
the theory-practice-distinction
3. Harald A. Wiltsche
Presuppositions, Phenomenology and the Sciences

1. Kirk M. Besmer
Fundierung and Stiftung: Two Models of Ideality
2. Kristian Klockars
Perspective, co-existence, history
3. Line Ryberg Ingerslev
Anthropological Aspects of Subjectivity

 

1. Johan Eckart Hansen,
Self, Person, and Narrative.
2. Jurga Jonutyte,
Narratives of daily history
3. Annette Hilt,
 The Boundaries of Comprehensive Sense: Towards a Hermeneutics of Emotional Expressivity and its Critical Extremes

15.15-15.45 COFFEE BREAK

15.45-17.00 Plenary lecture II Dan Zahavi ”Empathy and interpersonal understanding”. 

 

Saturday 26 April

9.00-10.15 Plenary lecture III Javier San Martin, "Bemerkungen zu einer Begründung der Geisteswissenschaften: die zwei Einwände in Husserls Schrift der Ursprung der Geometrie"

10.30-12.00     Parallel sessions III


Phenomenology, historicity, temporality

Phänomenologie und Ethik

Phenomenology and Bodily experience

1. Thomas Schwarz Wentzer
Responsiveness. Benjamin and Heidegger on the demands of historicity
2. Andrius Bielskis
The Importance of Tradition for Hermeneutics
3. Velga Vevere, Temporality and pure experience: William James and Henri Bergson

 

1. Andrei Laurukhin 
Phänomenologie als „mathesis des Geistes und der Humanität“?
Zur gegenwärtigen Relevanz Husserls Idee der Erneuerung der europäischen Kulturmenschheit
2. Celina Bezold von, Munich Wollen und Freisein – eine philosophisch-psychologische Verhältnisbestimmung
3. Tomas Sodeika  
 „...so wie ich eben hier vor dem Schreibtisch sitze...“

1. Dorothée Legrand
On the failure to be myself with no body: accounts of the bodily nature of self-consciousness
2. Joona Taipale
A HUMAN NATURE? BODILY EXPERIENCE AND THE INTERSUBJECTIVE WORLD
3. Nicolas Warren de
The Imagination and Embodiment

12.00-13.00      Lunch Break
13.00-15.00      Parallel sessions IV


Phenomenology and Aesthetic

Phenomenology and Ethic

The Notion of Phenomenological Reduction

1. Saara Hacklin, Merleau-Ponty and Photographic Explorations in Animal Corporeality
2. Joel W. Krueger
Enacting Musical Experience
3. Milerius Nerijus  Phenomenology of the cave
4.Jessica Wiskus
Rhythm: Philosophical Expression after Merleau-Ponty

1. Uriah Kriegel, Towards a Moral Phenomenology
2. Christian Nilson
Phronesis as a Model for Philosophy?
3. Martina Reuter
Hannah Arendt’s Critique of the Categorical Imperative
4. Sami Santanen
Jean-Luc Nancy on Evil and Decision

1. Nicholas Smith
 Is it true that phenomenology can not account for Freudian repression? A new look at the lebendige Gegenwart and the intersubjective reduction.
2. Nicola Zippel  
The phenomenological reduction: a philosophical approach to a psychological experience.
3. James McGuirk.
 ‘Saving the Appearances’ and the Notion of Phenomenological Reduction
4. Alice Pugliese
Phänomenologische Reduktion und Intersubjektivität im Schnittpunkt von genetischer und statischer Phänomenologie

15.00-15.30 COFFEE BREAK

15.30-16.45 Plenary lecture IV Elizabeth A. Behnke, ”The human science of somatics and transcendental phenomenology”

17.00-17.30 NOSP BUSINESS MEETING

20.00    CONFERENCE DINNER

 

Sunday 27 April

10.00-11.15 Plenary lecture V Algis Mickunas, “Education and humanities”

11.30-12.30 Parallel sessions V

 

Phenomenology and Psychology

 

Phenomenology of the World and Plurality of the sciences

 

Conscience and Mythologies

 

1. Joel Backström  
Morality as constitutive of psychology
2. Fredrik Svenaeus
Do antidepressants affect the self? A phenomenological approach

 

 

1. Saulius Geniusas
On the Manifold Senses of the World in Husserl’s Phenomenology
2. Frode Kjosavik
The Unity of the Life-world and the Plurality of the Sciences

 

1.Susanna Lindberg
Mythologies of Elemental Being
2. Hannes Nykänen
Conscience and Collective Fantasy

12.30-13.30       Lunch Break
13.30-15.00       Parallel sessions VI


Levinas and Human sciences 

Phenomenology, Philology and Gender

Humanism and Nihilism

1. Carl Cederberg
Levinas and human sciences 
2. Till Düppe 
Living from the World. Lévinas phenomenology of economic life in context
3. Shojiro KOTEGAWA.
"Prayer and skepticism: Levinas's rationalism"

1. Jussi Backman
For the Love of Discourse: Phenomenology and Philology
2. Audrone Zukauskaite
Phenomenology and Sexual Difference
3. Virpi Yliraudanjoki
Phenomenological Way of Perceiving Girls Styles in Non-Graded Upper Secondary School

1. Rita Šerpytytė,
What does it mean – to be Nihilist?
2. Anna-Karin Selberg
THE NOTION OF ‘HUMANITAS’ IN HEIDEGGER’S LETTER ON HUMANISM
 3. Mads Gram Henriksen
The notion(s) of »Destruktion« in Sein und Zeit

15.00-15.20 coffee Break

15-20 -16.35 Plenary lecture VI Murakami Yasuhiko  "Development of the Subject and Genesis in the Subjectivity - Un analysis on the Autism and a Project for the Constructive Phenomenology"
16.35. -17.50 Plenary lecture VII Sara Heinämaa ”Husserl's ethics of renewal: An personalistic approach”

17.50    CLOSING WORDS