Crisis and tradition: Phenomenological horizons; 27.-28.3. Helsinki

CRISIS AND TRADITION: PHENOMENOLOGICAL HORIZONS

Opening seminar of the research project
European Rationality in the Break from Modernity:
Studies in Phenomenology and Hermeneutics

March 27-28, 2008
Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, seminar room 136
Fabianinkatu 24, 1st floor
Helsinki, Finland


Thursday, March 27

CRISIS AND TRADITION
Chair: Virpi Lehtinen

10.00-10.15
Sara Heinämaa (University of Helsinki):
Welcome

10.15-11.30
David Carr (Emory University):
Husserl's Crisis as Philosophy of History

11.30-12.45
Lunch

12.45-13.45
Timo Miettinen (University of Helsinki):
From Reaction to Resolution: The Radicality of Husserl's Crisis

13.45-14.00
Coffee

14.00-15.00
Jussi Backman (University of Helsinki):
The Decision of Presence: Parmenides, Heidegger and the Initial Crisis of
Thinking

16.15-17.45
Research seminar, Departments of Philosophy
(Siltavuorenpenger 20 A, room 222)

Anthony Steinbock (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale):
The Crisis Problematic in Husserl's Generative Phenomenology


Friday, March 28

PHENOMENOLOGICAL HORIZONS
Chair: Susanna Lindberg

10.15-11.30
Anthony Steinbock:
Religious Experience, Mysticism, and the Question of Evidence

11.30-12.45
Lunch

12.45-13.45
Joona Taipale (University of Helsinki):
Intersubjectivity and Nature

13.45-14.00
Coffee

14.00-15.00
Sara Heinämaa:
Husserl's Ethics of Renewal: A Personalistic Approach


The seminar is open for all.
For more information, please contact Joona Taipale
(joona.taipale (a) helsinki.fi).