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AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL ASSOCIATION MEETINGS
2005-2006

Winter
2005
December 27-30, 2005, New York, NY
Hilton New York
Spring
2006
March 22-26, 2006, Portland, OR
Portland Hilton
Spring
2006

April 26-29, 2006, Chicago, IL
Palmer House Hilton

These programs are sponsored and supported by the following organizations:

Karl Jaspers Society of North America

The Hannah Arendt Circle

 

“PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND POLITICS”

 

APA EASTERN DIVISION ANNUAL MEETING (NEW YORK)

DECEMBER 27-30, 2005

WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 28, 2005

9:00 -11:00 AM (GII-6)

SESSION ONE: “PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND POLITICS”

Chair: Alan Olson (Boston University)

Speaker: Michael Zank (Boston University)

“The Theological-Political Conundrum and the Context of the Early Leo Strauss und Carl Schmitt”

Speaker: Leonard Ehrlich (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

“Arendt, Jaspers, Kant on Evil, Radical and Banal: Part Two”

Commentator: Gregory Walters (Saint Paul's University, Ottawa)

 

KJSNA Business Meeting Following Morning Session

 

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 30, 2005

1:30 - 4:30 PM (GXIII-1)

SESSION TWO: “PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND POLITICS”

Chair: Andrew Gluck (Independent Scholar)

Speaker: Serena Parekh (Boston College)

“When the Chips are Down: Arendtian Morality and Human Rights”

Speaker: Brad Herling (Boston College)

“Machedicy-Making: Just War Theory and the Discourse on Evil in an Age of Terror”

Commentator: Raymond Langley (Manhattanville College)

 

 

APA PACIFIC DIVISION ANNUAL MEETING (PORTLAND HILTON)

MARCH 21-26, 2006

 

THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 23, 2006

8:00 -10:00 PM (GVI-4)

SESSION ONE: “PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND POLITICS”


Chair: Helmut Wautischer (California State University at Sonoma)
James Barry (Indiana University Southeast)
“ The Birth of the Social Realm in Arendt’s Post-Mortem of the Nation-State”
Commentator: Stephen Schulman (Ball State University)

 

SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 2006

8:00 -10:00 PM (GXI-2)

SESSION TWO: “PHILOSOPHY, RELIGION, AND POLITICS”


Chair: Helmut Wautischer (California State University at Sonoma)
Dianna Taylor (James Carroll University)
“ The Significance of Arendt’s Analysis of Terror for the Contemporary United States”
Emily Zakin (Miami University, Ohio)
“ Arendt and Kristeva on the Alienatiion of Judgment”
Commentator: TBN

 

APA CENTRAL DIVISION ANNUAL MEETING (CHICAGO)

APRIL 26-29, 2006


Session One “Philosophy, Religion, and Politics”
Chair: Alan M. Olson (Boston University)
Shadia Drury (University of Regina, Canada)
Title: “Aquinas and the Inquisition”
Lee Cooper (Colorado State University)
“ Hannah Arendt on the Anti-Political Paradigm of Fabrication in Plato’s Political Philosophy”
Commentator: David Pellauer (DePaul University)


Session Two: “Philosophy, Religion, and Politics”
Chair: Dianna Taylor (James Carroll University)
Craig M. Nichols (University of Rhode Island)
“ Beyond Liberal and Conservative: Freedom, Transcendence, and the Human Condition in Arendt, Jaspers, and Niebuhr”
Stephen Schulman (Ball State University)
“ Public Forgiveness and Friendship in the Work of Hannah Arendt”
Commentator: David Pellauer (DePaul University)