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AMERICAN PHILOSOPHICAL ASSOCIATION MEETINGS
2008-2009

Winter
2008
December 27-30, 2008 Philadelphia, PA
Marriott
Spring
2009
February 18-22, 2009
Chicago, IL
Palmer House
Spring
2009

April 8-11, 2009
Vancouver, CANADA
Westin Bayshore

 

 

APA EASTERN DIVISION 105th ANNUAL MEETING (Philadelphia, PA)

DECEMBER 27-30, 2008

Sunday December 28, 2008

5:15 - 7:15 p.m., GV-6

SESSION ONE: Cross-Cultural Hermeneutics and World Philosophy

Chair: Alan M. Olson (Boston University)

Speaker: Joanne Miyang Cho (William Patterson University)
“Karl Jaspersís Global History of Humankind”

Speaker: Krystyna Gorniak-Kocikowska (Southern Connecticut State University)
“World Philosophy: Report from Seoul ”

 

SESSION TWO: Cross-Cultural Hermeneutics and World Philosophy

Monday December 29, 2008

11:15 a.m. - 1:15 pm., GVIII-5

Chair: Andrew Gluck (Independent Scholar)

Speaker: Babette E. Babich (Fordham University)
“Beyond Globalization: Heidegger, Arendt, Jaspers”

Speaker: Carlin Romano (University of Pennsylvania/Philadelphia Inquirer)
“UNESCO and World Philosophy”

 

KJSNA Business Meeting Following Session

 

APA CENTRAL DIVISION ANNUAL MEETING (CHICAGO)

FEBRUARY 18-22, 2009

Thursday February 19, 2009

T9:00 a.m. - noon, GI-1

SESSION: Cross-Cultural Hermeneutics and World Philosophy

Chair: Alan M. Olson (Boston University)

Speaker: David Nichols (Michigan State University)
“Heidegger and Jaspers on the Tragic”

Speaker: Alina Feld (Hofstra University)
“Post-Modernity and Weltphilosophie

Commentators: Mark Gedney (Gordon College)
Kevin Stoehr (Boston University)

 

APA PACIFIC DIVISION ANNUAL MEETING (Vancouver, CANADA)

APRIL 8-11, 2009

Wednesday April 8, 2009

6:00 - 9:00 p.m., GII-8

SESSION ONE: Cross-Cultural Hermeneutics and World Philosophy

Chair: Helmut Wautischer (California State University, Sonoma)

Speaker: David Dilworth (SUNY/Stony Brook)
“Examining Jaspersís Conception of World History”

Speaker: Stephen Erickson (Pomona College)
“Translation, Interpretation, and Conversation Between Worlds”

Commentators: Raymond Langley (Manhattanville College)
Klaus Brinkmann (Boston University)

 

SESSION TWO: Cross-Cultural Hermeneutics and World Philosophy

Thursday April 9, 2009

6:00 - 9:00 p.m., GV-C

Chair: Gregory Walters (Saint Paul’s University, Ottawa)

Speaker: Andreas Cesana (University of Mainz, Germany)
Weltphilosophie and Philosophical Faith ”

Speaker: Malek Khazaee (California State University, Long Beach)
“The Haunting Ghost of Heidegger on Campus”

Commentators: Leonard Ehrlich (University of Massachusetts/Amherst)
Alan M. Olson (Boston University)

KJSNA Business Meeting Following Session