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Eight International Jaspers Conference

In conjunction with the XXIV. World Congress of Philosophy
August 13 - 20, 2018, Beijing (P. R. China)

Organized by
Karl Jaspers Society of North America (KJSNA)

World Congress Theme: Learning To Be Human


Conference Theme: Karl Jaspers in a Global Context


PROGRAM
China National Convention Center (CNCC)
No.7 Tianchen East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100105 China

AUGUST 13 • MONDAY
4:10pm – 6:00pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION I: JASPERS IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT
Moderator: Helmut Wautischer (California State University, Sonoma, USA)

Speakers: Ruth A. Burch (CTA Istituto Interlingue, Switzerland)
Opening Statement KJSNA

Stefania Achella (University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy)
Opening Statement IAJS

Richard Wisser (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany)
Karl Jaspers – Richard Wisser Correspondence

Jean-Claude Gens (Université de Bourgogne, France)
Jaspers' Conception of Our Relation to the Natural World

 

AUGUST 14 • TUESDAY
11:10am – 1:00pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION II: INTERCULTURAL KNOWLEDGE
Moderator: Ruth A. Burch (CTA Istituto Interlingue, Switzerland)

Speakers: Albrecht Kiel (University of Konstanz, Germany)
The Logic of Karl Jaspers as an Intercultural Basic Knowledge

Edith Struchholz-Andre (Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany)\
"World Culture" and "World Art"? Jaspers in the Context of Intercultural Communication and Transcultural Thinking

Helmut Wautischer (California State University, Sonoma, USA)
Translating Karl Jaspers on Greatness

 

AUGUST 14 • TUESDAY
2:00pm – 3:50pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION III: HUMANISM
Moderator: Therese H. Steffen (University of Basel, Switzerland)

Speakers: Helgard Mahrdt (University of Oslo, Norway)
The Realm of Humanitas: Karl Jaspers and Hannah Arendt

Indu Sarin (Panjab Universiy, Chandigarh, India)
Meeting Myself and Humanity: Jaspers and Aurobindo

Stefania Achella (University of Chieti-Pescara, Italy)
Bildung, Humanismus, Geschichte: Jaspers' Idee des Menschwerdens

 

AUGUST 15 • WEDNESDAY
11:10am – 1:00pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION IV: TRANSCENDENCE
Moderator: Hyosup Kim (Korea National University of Transportation, South Korea)

Speakers: Tomoko Iwasawa (Reitaku University, Japan)
"Transcendence and Immanence" East and West: A Case of Japanese Divinity

Marta Chojnacka (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland)
The Notion of "Existence" in Karl Jaspers' and Jean-Paul Sartre's Philosophy

Hermann-Josef Seideneck (Bistum Erfurt, Germany)
Karl Jaspers' Begriff der Grenzsituation und dessen Bedeutung aus theologischer Sicht und seelsorglicher Erfahrung

 

AUGUST 15 • WEDNESDAY
2:00pm – 3:50pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION V: AXIAL AGE
Moderator: Harald Stelzer (University of Graz, Austria)

Speakers: Markus Wirtz (University of Cologne, Germany)
Cultural and Anthropological Patterns in the Axial Age

Michael Steinmann (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA)
The Axial Age and the Quest for a Secular Religion in Modernity

Helmut Heit (Tongji University, Shanghai, China)
Eurocentrism and the Axial Age in Philosophy

 

AUGUST 15 • WEDNESDAY
4:10pm – 6:00pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION VI: SELF AND OTHER
Moderator: Manjulika Ghosh (North Bengal University, India)

Speakers: Paweł Wójs (Pedagogical University, Cracow, Poland)
About the Usefulness and Harmfulness of Forgetting Guilt

Therese H. Steffen (University of Basel, Switzerland)
Shame and Identity: The Question of Colored Guilt in South Africa

Dirk R. Johnson (Hampden-Sydney College, USA)
Zarathustra’s Journey: Nietzsche’s Reconfiguration of the Human

Gerhard G. Knauss (Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany)
Subject-Object Division in Jaspers, Schopenhauer, and Nishida

 

AUGUST 17 • FRIDAY
11:10am – 1:00pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION VII: WORLDVIEWS
Moderator: Richard Rose (University of La Verne, USA)

Speakers: M. Ashraf Adeel (Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, USA)
Human Unity, Epistemic Justice, and Epistemology of Communitarian Contextualism

Marica Magnano San Lio (University of Catania, Italy)
Politics and Weltanschauung: Jaspers' Line of Thought in the "Politische Stimmungen"

Endre Kiss (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary)
Toward a Holistic Interpretation of Karl Jaspers' Philosophy

 

AUGUST 17 • FRIDAY
2:00pm – 3:50pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION VIII: ATOMIC BOMB
Moderator: Helmut Wautischer (California State University, Sonoma, USA)

Speakers: Mats Andrén (University of Gothenburg, Sweden)
Responsibility for Future Generations: Karl Jaspers and Nuclear Technology

Fidel J. Gutierrez Vivanco (World Philosophical Forum, Peru)
Philosophical Foundations of War and World Peace

Harald Stelzer (University of Graz, Austria)
Global Problems–Existential Answers: Thoughts on the Use of the Philosophy of Karl Jaspers for Today

 

AUGUST 17 • FRIDAY
4:10pm – 6:00pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION IX: ASIAN INFLUENCES
Moderator: Mario Wenning (University of Macau, China)

Speakers: Carlin Romano (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
Hu Shi, Jaspers, and East-West Thinking

Stefano Papa (Vienna, Austria)
Jaspers and Kant on Epochal Consciousness and a Planetary Viewpoint

Jörn W. Kroll (Institute of Noetic Sciences, USA)
Open Sky—Open Society: Zhuangzi and Jaspers On Understanding and Communicating Without Closure

 

AUGUST 18 • SATURDAY
11:10am – 1:00pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION X: THE SELF AND ART
Moderator: Karen Green (University of Melbourne, Australia)

Speakers: Ruth A. Burch (CTA Istituto Interlingue, Switzerland)
On Cheerfulness and Seriousness in Nietzsche and Jaspers

Michał Haake (Adam Mickiwicz University, Poznań, Poland)
Karl Jaspers and Art History

Pujarini Das (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India)
Truth as an Art: An Interpretation of Jaspers' Thought

 

AUGUST 18 • SATURDAY
2:00pm – 3:50pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION XI: HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
Moderator: Yunus Tuncel (New York University, USA)

Speakers: Elena Bezzubova (University of California, Irvine, USA)
Yin and Yang of Virtual Reality and Depersonalization

Shanti Jones (Philosophical Practitioners Association, USA)
Building a Bridge between the Worlds of Counseling and Philosophy—Karl Jaspers: the Man for the Job

Michael G. Lafferty (Malvern, United Kingdom)
Two Views of Buddhist Art: William Empson and Karl Jaspers

 

AUGUST 18 • SATURDAY
4:10pm – 6:00pm –– National Conference Center, Room 406
SESSION XII: BUSINESS MEETING
Moderator: Ruth A. Burch (Switzerland)
Attending: Stefania Achella (Italy), M. Ashraf Adeel (USA), Mats Andrén (Sweden), Elena Bezzubova (USA), Marta Chojnacka (Poland), Fidel J. Gutierrez Vivanco (Peru), Michał Haake (Poland), Shanti Jones (USA), Jörn W. Kroll (USA), Marica Magnano San Lio (Italy), Helgard Mahrdt (Norway), Carlin Romano (USA), Indu Sarin (India), Hermann-Josef Seideneck (Germany), Michael Steinmann (USA), Harald Stelzer (Austria), Yunus Tuncel (Turkey), Helmut Wautischer (USA), Mario Wenning (Macau China), Paweł Wójs (Poland), open to all interested participants of this program.

 



Seventh International Jaspers Conference

In conjunction with the XXIII. World Congress of Philosophy
August 4 - 10, 2013, Athens (Greece)

Organized by
The International Association of Jaspers Societies (IAJS)


Karl Jaspers' Philosophy as Inquiry and Way of Life
The Centennial Celebration of Jaspers' General Psychopathology
Karl Jaspers and Hannah Arendt


PROGRAM
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, School of Philosophy
University Campus, Zografos, Athens
Room 734 (7th Floor) SM 14 (Society Meeting 14)

Session 1: Monday, August 5, 14.00
Chairs: Andreas Cesana (Mainz, Germany) and Greogry J. Walters (Ottawa, Canada)

Andreas Cesana (Mainz, Germany) and Gregory J. Walters (Ottawa, Canada)
International Association of Karl Jaspers Societies: Opening Remarks

Sawako Hanyu (Tokyo, Japan)
Message of Greetings

Babette Babich (New York, USA)
Arendt's Radical Good and the Banality of Evil:
Echoes of Scholem and Jaspers in Margarethe von Trott's Hannah Arendt

Jean Claude Gens (Dijon, France)
Ein Gespräch zwischen Jaspers und dem "Boston Konfuzianismus" von Tu Weiming

Czeslawa Piecuch (Cracow, Poland)
Was der Mensch sei, das sagt ihm seine Philosophie


Session 2: Monday, August 5, 16.00
Chair: Mashuq Ally (Pretoria, South Africa)

Elena Bezzubova (Irvine, USA)
Between Mind and Matter: "Allgemeine Psychopathologie" and New Psychiatric Nosology

Thomas Rolf (Mainz, Germany)
Gesundheit und Krankheit:
Karl Jaspers' Beitrag zur Erhellung einer problematischen Unterscheidung

Hitoshi Tsuda (Tokyo, Japan)
The Significance of Jaspers' Concept of Process for the Clinical Treatment of Schizophrenia

Nebil Reyhani (Mugla, Turkey)
"Methodologisches Bewusstsein" in Jaspers' Allgemeiner Psychopathologie


Session 3: Tuesday, August 6, 14.00
Chair: Helmut Wautischer (Sonoma, USA)

Sophie Cloutier (Ottawa, Canada)
The Tragic Spectator: An Arendtian Reading of Jaspers' Tragedy Is Not Enough

Lars Lambrecht (Hamburg, Germany)
Das "Wandlose Leben" als Herausforderung für eine Weltphilosophie (H. Arendt und K. Jaspers)

Akihiko Hirano (Mishima, Japan)
Über das Böse und die Schuld bei Karl Jaspers und Hannah Arendt

Endre Kiss (Budapest, Hungary)
Philosophie als unendlicher Bau. Karl Jaspers im dritten Jahrtausend


Session 4: Tuesday, August 6, 16.00
Chair: Csaba Olay (Budapest, Hungary)

Mashuq Ally (Pretoria, South Africa)
Foundering as the Root of Philosophical Inquiry and Way of Being in Jaspers' Existenzphilosophie

Tsuyoshi Nakayama (Tokyo, Japan)
Jaspers' Philosophie als eine "einzigartige Praxis."
Ein Vergleich zu Heideggers These: "Denken ist ein Tun"

Indu Sarin (Chandigarh, India)
Philosophical Thinking and Creative Living 

Rajesh Shukla (Ottawa, Canada)
Philosophy as Midwife: Rethinking Socrates and Buddha in Contemporary Times


Session 5: Wednesday, August 7, 14.00
Chair: Jean-Claude Gens (Dijon, France)

Stefania Achella (Chieti, Italy)
"… wenn die Welt Menschen trennt statt verbindet."
Das Verstehen in Jaspers' Allgemeine Psychopathologie

Albrecht Kiel (Konstanz, Germany)
Jaspers, Jung, und Jünger

Iwona Alechnowicz-Skrzpek (Opole, Poland)
Verstehen und Erklären in Jaspers' wissenschaftlich-philosophischem Verfahren

Richard Anthony Feist (Ottawa, Canada)
The Vector Nature of the Immediately Given:
Reflections on Whitehead's "Importance," Jaspers' "Transcendence," and their Roles in Everyday Life


Session 6: Wednesday, August 7, 16.00
Chair: Czeslawa Piecuch (Cracow, Poland)

Maciej Urbanek (Cracow, Poland)
Philosophical inquiry and its importance for the individual's personal life

Fumiaki Hashizume (Tokyo, Japan)
Investigating the Concept of Existenz in Husserl's and Jaspers' Philosophies

Mao Naito (Tokyo, Japan)
Philosophie als Frage nach der Existenz: Jaspers und Heidegger


Bernd Weidmann (Heidelberg, Germany)
Das Editionsvorhaben der Karl-Jaspers-Gesamtausgabe in 50 Bänden


Session 7: Thursday, August 8, 14.00
Chair: Thomas Rolf (Mainz, Germany)

Daniel Eric Alvin Adsett (St. John’s, Canada)
The Psychopathologist as Apophaticist:
 Irrationality in Karl Jaspers' Philosophy of  Psychopathology

Satoshi Okada (Tokyo, Japan)
Die völlige Bearbeitung der Allgemeinen Psychopathologie und die Entwicklung von Jaspers' Philosophie

Purushottama Bilimoria (Berkeley, USA)
The "Missing God" of Jaspers and the "Yet-to-Come" God of Heidegger

Gregory J. Walters (Ottawa, Canada)
Complex Unities, the Problem of a Unified Whole and the Encompassing Self: The General Psychopathology, Transhumanism & the Ethics of Genetic Enhancement


Elena Bezzubova (Irvine, CA, USA)
Jaspers–Arendt–Heidegger: Existenz–Love–Dasein.
Dialectics of The Philosophical and The Personal

 

Session 8: Thursday, August 8, 16.00
Chair: Indu Sarin (Chandigarh, India)

Csaba Olay (Budapest, Hungary)
Jaspers and Arendt on Human Existence

Shinichiro Morinaga (Toyama, Japan)
Über den Begriff "Verbrechen gegen die Menschheit" bei Karl Jaspers und Hannah Arendt

Magdalena Derezinska–Osiecka (Cracow, Poland)
 The idea of guilt and evil in the post-war philosophy of Karl Jaspers and Hannah Arendt.
The reflection of the "banality of evil" in oral history testimonies of the II World War eye-witnesses

Harald Stelzer (Potsdam, Germany)
Climate Engineering and the Future of Mankind

Edith Struchholz (Mainz, Germany)
Karl Jaspers über Leonardo da Vinci


Session 9: Friday, August 9, 14.00
Chair: Stefania Achella (Chieti, Italy)

Boleslaw Andrzejewski (Poznan, Poland)
Magdalena Filipiak (Poznan, Poland)
Philosophie der existentiellen Kommunikation von Karl Jaspers
im Lichte der Theorie des homo universus

Jun Fukaya (Fukuoka, Japan)
Die Frage nach dem Selbstsein in der grenzenlosen Kommunikation

Dorota Barcik (Opole, Poland)
Der Einfluss der docta ignorantia auf die Methode des Philosophierens von Karl Jaspers

Özge Yücel (Ankara, Turkey)
How Does Jaspers Achieve to Be Light in Dark Times?


Session 10: Friday, August 9, 16.00
Chair: Boleslaw Andrzejewski (Poznan, Poland)

Yoshihiro Wada (Tokyo, Japan)
"3.11" and Jaspers' Philosophy as a Fundamental Way for Disclosing Substantial Dimensions of "Being a Human"

David Nichols (Saginaw Valley, USA)
The Interdependence of Art and Philosophy for a Way of Life

Toru Nakajima (Tokyo, Japan)
Technologie und Mensch. Überlegungen im Anschluss an den japanischen Atomunfall

Andreas Cesana (Mainz, Germany)
Die Achsenzeit und ihre weltgeschichtliche Bedeutung


Organizers Concluding Remarks

Friday, August 9, 17.30
Meeting of the International Association of Jaspers Societies (IAJS)


100 Years of Karl Jaspers' "General Psychopathology"

International Congress, 15-16 September 2011
University of Heidelberg, Germany, Alte Aula, Grabengasse, 2


Preliminary Titles

Matthias Bormuth: The Historical Context of Jaspers` General Psychopathology

Andrès Heerlein: The Reception of Jaspers` General Psychopathology outside Europe

Nassir Ghaemi: Jaspers` Methodological Debate

Sonja Rinofner-Kreidl: Jaspers` Methodological Pluralism

Louis Sass: Ego-Consciousness, Unity, and Identity of the Self

Thomas Fuchs: Self and Intersubjectivity

Christoph Mundt: Constituting Reality: A Critique of Jaspers` Concept of Delusion

Giovanni Stanghellini: Affect-Regulation and Melancholia

NN: Language, Sublimation, and Disactualization

Sanine Herpertz: Personality and Structure

Kenneth Kendler: Single Facets and the Whole of the “Psyche”: Critique of Nosology

Franz Resch: Developmental Psychopathology: A blank in Jaspers` Work?

Joachim Küchenhoff: Psychopathology as Basis of Psychotherapy






 

Sixth International Jaspers Conference

in conjunction with the XXII. World Congress of Philosophy
–August 5, 2008, Seoul (Korea)

Report by Krystyna Gorniak-Kocikowska


Organized by the International Association of Jaspers Societies (IAJS)


Cross-Cultural Conflicts and Communication: Rethinking Jaspers’s Philosophy Today
Kulturkonflikte und Kommunikation: Zur Aktualität von Jaspers’ Philosophie


PROGRAM
Note: Sessions will take place at ...TBA...
Meeting times are indicated below for each Session. Each Session will be followed by a General Discussion Meeting.


Session 1: Wednesday, July 30, 14:00 (Chair: Andreas Cesana, Mainz)

Andreas Cesana (Mainz, Germany)
Opening Remarks (International Association of Jaspers Societies)

Young-Do Chung (Pusan, Korea)
Welcome Address (Karl Jaspers-Gesellschaft, Korea)

Shinji Hayashida (Tokyo, Japan)
Welcome Address (Board of Trustees, IAJS)

Krystyna Gorniak-Kocikowska (New Haven, CT, USA)
Jaspers in the ICT-driven Global Society

Kazuteru Fukui (Kamakura, Japan)
Karl Jaspers' Philosophie aus Sicht der Kyoto-Schule

Session 2: Wednesday, July 30, 16:00 (Chair: Lars Lambrecht, Hamburg)

Mashuq Ally (Pretoria, South Africa)
Why Jaspers Gives Us Hope: Deconstructing the Myth of Cultural Impermeability

Albrecht Kiel (Konstanz, Germany)
Die Logik von Jaspers als anthropologisch fundierte Kommunikationstheorie

Seung Kyun Paek (Daegu, Korea)
Karl Jaspers' Einstellung zu Kants "Zum ewigen Frieden"

Session 3: Thursday, July 31, 11:00 (Chair: Kazuteru Fukui, Kamakura)

Sawako Hanyu (Tokyo, Japan)
The Cross-Cultural Thought in Jaspers' Philosophy

Jean-Claude Gens (Paris, France)
Jaspers' Begegnung mit und Verhältnis zu China

Harald Stelzer (Graz, Austria)
Das Aufbrechen der Gehäuse angesichts des kulturellen Zusammenpralls

Session 4: Thursday, July 31, 16:00 (Chair: Mirko Wischke, Hannover)

Lars Lambrecht (Hamburg, Germany)
Es “dürfen der Wenigen nicht zu wenig sein” - Vom “Geist unbefangener Menschlichkeit.” Zu Hannah Arendt und Karl Jaspers

Akihiko Hirano (Mishima, Japan)
Arendt und Jaspers - Möglichkeit der Schaffung des offenen Raums

Csaba, Olay (Budapest, Hungary)
Öffentlichkeit bei Jaspers und Arendt

Session 5: Friday, August 1, 11:00 (Chair: Won Jae Lee, Seoul)

Andreas Cesana (Mainz, Germany)
Weltphilosophie und philosophischer Glaube

Seung Chul Kim (Nagoya, Japan)
Der philosophische Glaube angesichts des religiösen Pluralismus

Kazuko Hara (Tokyo, Japan)
Konflikte und Kommunikation der Religionen. Zur Möglichkeit des philosophischen Glaubens

Session 6: Friday, August 1, 14:00 (Chair: Seung Kyun Paek, Seoul)

Steffen Wagner (Naples, Italy)
Menschliche Existenz und die Frage nach dem Sein bei Karl Jaspers

Eun-Mi Park (Seoul, Korea)
Für soziale Existenz - Reinterpretation des Jaspersschen Begriffs der Existenz

Edith Struchholz (Mainz, Germany)
Karl Jaspers und Jacob Burckhardt: Existenz und Existenzbild

Session 7: Friday, August 1, 16:00 (Chair: Mashuq Ally, Pretoria)

Kolla Chenchulakshmi (Tirupathi, India)
Jaspers’s Thoughts on Communication

Eunah Lee (Stony Brook, NY, USA)
Jaspers’s Augmented Theory of Communication - An Antidote to Heidegger’s Dark Public World

Filiz Peach (London, UK)
Jaspers, Existential Communication, and Globalisation

Session 8: Saturday, August 2, 11:00 (Chair: Albrecht Kiel, Konstanz)

Mirko Wischke (Hannover, Germany)
Kommunikative Übergänge und Grenzsituationen. Über Schuld und Gedächtnis bei Jaspers

Francesco Miano (Roma, Italy)
Scheitern, Möglichkeit und Verantwortung bei Karl Jaspers

Oliver Immel (Mainz, Germany)
Vom liebenden Kampf um Anerkennung. Eine anerkennungstheoretische Studie zu Gelingensbedingungen interkultureller Kommunikation im Anschluss an Karl Jaspers und Axel Honneth

Session 9: Saturday, August 2, 14:00 (Chair: Tsuyoshi Nakayama, Tokyo)

Czes?awa Piecuch (Kraków, Poland)
Welteinheit: rationale Entscheidung oder kosmische Notwendigkeit?

Nebil Reyhani (Mugla, Turkey)
Die “negative Anthropologie” von Karl Jaspers

Endre Kiss (Budapest, Hungary)
Die “Psychologie der Weltanschauungen” und die Koexistenz der Kulturen zur Zeit der Globalisierung

Session 10: Saturday, August 2, 16:00 (Chair: Krystyna Gorniak-Kocikowska, New Haven)

Joanne Miyang Cho (Wayne, NJ, USA)
From German Guilt to Universal History: The Idea of Mutual Civilizational Grafting

Jun Fukaya (Fukuoka, Japan)
The Moral Framework of the Japanese and Jaspers’s Philosophy

Indu Sarin (Chandigarh, India)
Jaspers on Bridging the Intercultural Gap

Session 11: Sunday, August 3, 11:00 (Chair: Harald Stelzer, Graz)

Andrzejewski, Boleslaw (Poznan, Poland)
Zwischen Kant und Schelling. Zur Frage der Kommunikation und des Verstehens bei Jaspers

Akihito Takahashi (Tokyo, Japan)
Zur Wechselbeziehung zwischen Weltgeschichte der Philosophie und universaler Kommunikation bei Jaspers

Hermann-Josef Seideneck (Ferna, Germany)
Der “Zusammenprall von Kulturkreisen” im “Weltdorf” unter dem Blickwinkel des erhebenden Scheiterns bei Karl Jaspers

Session 12: Sunday, August 3, 14:00 (Chair: Seung Chul Kim, Nagoya)

Masafumi Tsutsumi (Osaka, Japan)
Demytholization in “Pure Land Buddhism” and Jaspers’s “Original Understanding” of Myth

Tsuyoshi Nakayama (Tokyo, Japan)
Jaspers’ Philosophie und Buddhismus - das Denken der “Leerheit”

Markus Wirtz (Köln, Germany)
Die Regionen des Geistes. Maßgebendes, fortzeugendes und ursprüngliches Denken nach Karl Jaspers

Session 13: Sunday, August 3, 16:00 (Chair: Jean Claude Gens, Paris)

Jin-Oh Lee (Seoul, Korea)
Jaspers und die philosophische Praxis in Korea

Toru Nakajima (Tokyo, Japan)
Die Idee der Universität inmitten der “Popularisierung”

Hirokazu Imai (Kyoto, Japan)
Über politische Bildung bei Karl Jaspers mit Blick auf die japanische Kultur

Session 14: Monday, August 4, 11:00 (Chair: Joanne Miyang Cho, Wayne)

Lusine Sahakyan (Yerevan, Armenia)
The Problem of Communication in the Philosophy of Karl Jaspers

Yoshihiro Wada (Tokyo, Japan)
Philosophical Functions of Metaphysics - a Comparative Study on Plato’s and Jaspers’ Transcendent Philosophies

Tobias Henschen (Heidelberg, Germany)
Jaspers und Heidegger über Philosophie und Weltanschauung

Ren Ino (Tokyo, Japan)
Zwei Wege der philosophischen Logik. Jaspers und Heidegger

Organizers Concluding Remarks


FIFTH INTERNATIONAL JASPERS CONFERENCE

In conjunction with XXI. World Congress of Philosophy,
ISTANBUL 2003, August

PROGRAM
Note: Sessions will take place at the HOTEL HILTON ISTANBUL in the Room set aside for the 5IJC. Meeting times are indicated below for each Session. Each Session will be followed by a break and/or a General Discussion Meeting.

[1] Aspects of Fundamental Philosophy / Fundamentalphilosophische Aspekte
August 10, 14:00 - Chair: Richard Wisser

Opening Remarks by the Organizers,
- Gerhard KNAUSS (Saarbrücken, Germany), "Anfang und Ende des Denkens von Karl Jaspers. Biographisches und Gedankliches"
- Tsuyoshi NAKAYAMA (Kanagawa, Japan), "Was ist die eigentliche 'Wirklichkeit' in Jaspers' Philosophie?"
- Czeslawa PIECUCH (Krakow, Poland), "'Geschichtliche Wirklichkeit' oder Jaspers' Versuch einer Rechtfertigung der Welt"
- Shinji HAYASHIDA (Tokyo), "On the Correlation of 'Philosophic Faith' and 'Encompassing-thought' in Jaspers's Later Philosophy"
- Kurt SALAMUN (Graz, Austria), "Jaspers' Philosophie als Gegenposition zu fundamentalistischen Weltanschauungen"

[2] Language, Silence, Ciphers / Sprache, Schweigen, Chiffren
August 11, 14:00 - Chair: Andreas Cesana

- Christian KOHLROSS (Mannheim, Germany), "Karl Jaspers: Ein Sprachphilosoph des 21. Jh. Jenseits von Monismus und Dualismus, Performanz und Kompetenz"
- Yekaterina TSHEREPANOVA and Yekaterina MALKOVA (Yekaterinburg, Russia), "Das Schweigen u?Nber Transzendenz: die Sprachkritik von F. Mauthner und das Interpretationsproblem in der Philosophie von K. Jaspers"
- Alexander Vladimirovitch PERTSEV (Yekaterinburg, Russia), "Chiffren der Transzendenz in Jaspers' Philosophie und im rus-sischen poetischen Existenzialismus"
- Charles COURTNEY (Madison, NJ, USA), "Reading Ciphers with Jaspers and Ricoeur"

[3] Philosophy and Science / Philosophie und Wissenschaft
August 11, 16:30 - Chair: Kurt Salamun

- Mirko WISCHKE (Halle-Wittenberg, Germany), "Hat die Wissenschaft ihren Lebensnerv verloren? Wissenschaft und Bildung als Grundfragen des Menschen in der Spa?Ntphilosophie von Karl Jaspers
- Richard FEIST (Ottawa, Canada), "Jaspers and Weyl: The Relation between Science and Philosophy"
- Hermann-Josef SEIDENECK (Ferna, Germany), "Karl Jaspers' Begriff vom Wissenschaftsaberglauben angesichts der gegenwa?Nrtigen Menschheitsprobleme"

[4] Aspects of Jaspers's Psychology / Aspekte der Jaspers'schen Psychologie
August 12, 14:00 - Chair: Gregory J. Walters

- Murray MCLACHLAN (Southport, Queensland, Australia), "Jaspers's Concept of the Unconscious in Relation to his Idea of the Encompassing"
- Elena BEZZUBOVA (Moscow, Russia), "Jaspersian 'Pathography' as a Way to Understand Man in the 21st Century"
- Boleslaw ANDRZEJEWSKI (Poznan, Poland), "Karl Jaspers und das Pha?Nnomen des Genies (Kasus Swedenborg)"

[5] Philosophy of Man / Philosophie des Menschen
August 12 - 16:00 - Chair: Andreas Cesana

- Marie Luisa BASSO-VETRI (Bologna, Italy), "Le mal radical chez Kant et Jaspers"
- Toru NAKAJIMA (Tokyo, Japan), "Das Problem 'Freiheit' bei Kant und Jaspers"
- Maria Luise WEINHOFER (Graz, Austria), "Jaspers' Nietzsche-Rezeption: Zur Frage der Anthropologie"
- Filiz PEACH (London, UK), "Human Finitude: A Fundamental Question of Mankind"

[6] The Meaning of History / Der Sinnbereich der Geschichte
August 13, 13:30 - Chair: Leonard H. Ehrlich

- Albrecht KIEL (Konstanz, Germany), "Jaspers' Philosophische Logik als Grundlage einer Historischen Logik"
- Lesley ARMOUR (Ottawa, Canada), "Jaspers and the Axial Age: Historical and Epistemological Consideration"
- Matthias BORMUTH (Tübingen, Germany), "Jaspers' Geschichtsphilosophie im Blick auf Max Weber"
- Reinhard SCHULZ (Oldenburg, Germany), "Was dürfen wir hoffen? Natur und Geschichte bei Arendt und Jaspers"

[7] Communicative World-Philosophy / Kommunikative Weltphilosophie
August 13, 16:00 - Chair: Richard Wisser

- Hasan Haluk ERDEM (Ankara, Turkey), "Jaspers' Weltphilosophie und ihre Bedeutung für die universale Kommunikation"
- Akihiko HIRANO (Shizuoka, Japan), "Die Möglichkeit des Weltethos in Jaspers' Denken"
- Oliver IMMEL (Mainz, Germany), "Philosophie im Grenzgebiet der Kulturen: Über existenzielle und kommunikative Grundlagen einer Weltphilosophie im Anschluss an Karl Jaspers"
- Nebil REYHANI (Mugla, Turkey), Die Kantischen Wurzeln von Jaspers' politisch-geschichtsphilosophischem Denken"

[8] Prospects of Globalization / Ausblick auf Globalisierung
August 14, 14:00 - Chair: Reiner Wiehl

- Genoveva Nikolova TEOHAROVA (Sofia, Bulgaria/Würzburg, Germany), "Zu Karl Jaspers' Idee der universalen Kommunikation"
- Giandomenico BONANNI (Rome, Italy), "Jaspers und Europa"
- Andreas CESANA (Mainz, Germany), "Karl Jaspers' Existenzphilosophie im Zeitalter der Globalisierung"

[9] Problems of Technology / Probleme der Technologie
August 14, 16:00 - Chair: Sawako Hanyu

- Stephen ERICKSON (Pomona, USA), "Reflections on Jaspers's Concern with Technology and History: A 21st Century Perspective"
- Sawako HANYU (Tokyo, Japan), "The Role of Reason in the Scientific and Technological Age, from the Perspective of Jaspers' Philosophy"
- Krystyna GORNIAK-KOCIKOWSKA (New Haven, CT, USA), "Jaspers' Concept of a Free Society and the Challenges of the Digital Era"
- Gregory WALTERS (Ottawa, Canada), "Freedom in an Age of Genetic Determinism"

[10] The Political Import of Philosophical Thought / Politische Tragweite der philosophischen Gedanken
August 15, 14:00 - Chair: Gregory J.Walters

- Nicolas Sanchez DURAL (Valencia, Spain) and Jacopo Munos VEIGA (Madrid, Spain), "Life Matured from Individual to Masses, with respect to 'Die geistige Situation der Zeit'"
- Christobal HOLZAPFEL (Santiago de Chile), "Von der 'Bewegung im Ursprung' zum 'absoluten Bewusstsein' bei Jaspers"
- Indu SARIN (Chandigarh, India), "Jaspers' Voice of Humanism in the Contemporary Crisis"
- Harald STELZER (Graz, Austria), "Liberal Political Ideas in Jaspers and Popper"
16:30: Reports by the International Association of Jaspers Societies and by Jaspers Societies

[11] Political Actuality from Jaspers's Perspective / Politische Wirklichkeit im Blickfeld von Jaspers
August 16, 14:00 - Chair: Kurt Salamun

- Mashuq ALLY (Pretoria, South Africa), "From Truth and Reconciliation to Loving Struggle: The Necessity for 'liebender Kampf' in the Quest for Moral and Social Transformation in South Africa."
- Endre KISS (Budapest, Hungary), "Von der Verjährung zur oligarchischen Demokratie. Karl Jaspers' "Wohin treibt die Bundesrepublik?" vor dem Horizont des postsozialistischen Systemwechsels
- Bernd WEIDMANN (Heidelberg, Germany), "Karl Jaspers und die studentische Protestbewegung"
16:00: Planning Consultation
16:30: Jaspers the Person: TV Interview 1967, followed by biographical accounts and reminiscences.
18:00: Concluding Remarks

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"Invited Session" in World Congress
The Tension between Political Power and Faith in view of Jaspers' Ideas / Das Spennungsfeld "Politische Macht und Glaube" mit Blick auf Jaspers's Ideen
Time to be determined - Co-Chairs: Andreas Cesana, Gregory J. Walters

- Maduabuchi DUKOR (Lagos, Nigeria), Religious Faith and Political Power in View of Jaspers' "The Future of Mankind"
- Leonard H. EHRLICH (Amherst, USA), "The Power of Faith and Political Power: Intersection and Conflict"
- Marito SATO (Tokyo, Japan), Chiffren-Metaphysik als Prinzip der religiösen Toleranz"
- Reiner WIEHL (Heidelberg, Germany), "Zwischen dem Unpolitischen und dem Überpolitischen. Überlegungen im Anschluss an Karl Jaspers"


FOURTH INTERNATIONAL JASPERS CONFERENCE

In conjunction with Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy,
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, August 10-16, 1998

PROGRAM

Conference Theme: "Karl Jaspers' Philosophy: Rooted in the present, paradigm for the future"

Konferenzthema: Karl Jaspers's Philosophie: Gegenwärtigkeit und Zukunft

Sponsors: Jaspers Society of Japan (Shinji Hayashida, President) * Karl Jaspers-Stiftung Basel (Reiner Wiehl, Präsident) * The Karl Jaspers Society of North America (Leonard H. Ehrlich, President) * Österreichische Karl Jaspers-Gesellschaft

Organizers: Leonard H. Ehrlich and Richard Wisser

Planning Associates: Andreas Cesana (Mainz, Basel), Young-Do Chung (Busan), Sawako Hanyu (Tokyo), Dominic Kaegi (Heidelberg), Joseph W. Koterski , SJ (New York), Kurt Salamun (Graz), Gregory J. Walters (Ottawa)

Program

Session: Problems of Modernity / Probleme der Moderne 

Chairs: Kurt Salamun (Austria) and Gregory J. Walters (Canada) -- Speakers: Gregory J. Walters (Canada), Communication and the Third Industrial Revolution: Technology and the End of Work -- Sawako Hanyu (Japan), Jaspers's Existenz-Philosophy in this 'Informational' Age -- Kurt Salamun (Austria) Existenz and Reason: Dimensions of Humanity in Karl Jaspers's Philosophy 

Session: Fundamental Philosophy / Fundamentalphilosophie 

Chair: Sawako Hanyu (Japan) and Leonard H. Ehrlich (USA) -- Speakers: Albrecht Kiel (Germany), Drei Thesen zur philosophischen Logik von Jaspers -- Gerhard Knauss (Germany), Die Bedeutung der Idee des Umgreifenden f?r die zuk?nftige Philosophie -- Endre Kiss (Hungary), Marxismus, Psychoanalyse, Anthropologie. Zu Karl Jaspers' wissenschaftstheoretischen Anstzen -- Tsuyoshi Nakayama (Japan) Jaspers und die Mystik

Session: Philosophy of Religion / Religionsphilosophie 

Chair: Joseph W. Koterski S.J. (USA) -- Speakers: Jun Fukaya (Japan) Christianity for the Japanese and Jaspers's Philosophy -- Kazuko Hara (Japan) Philosophischer Glaube bei Jaspers und die Zukunft der Religionen -- Hermann-Josef Seideneck (Germany) Das komplementre Spannungsgef?ge von Wissen und Glaube in konkret-geschichtlicher Perspektive: Bultmann-Jaspers-Drewermann

Session: Philosophy, Psychology, and Psychopathology / Philosophie, Psychologie und Psychopathologie 

Chair: George B. Pepper (USA) -- Speakers: Elena Bezzubova (Russia) Self-consciousness: Jaspersian Phenomenology and Russian Phenomenological Anthropology -- Matthias Bormuth (Germany) Die Psychoanalyse-Kritik von Karl Jaspers als Weltanschauungskritik -- S. Nassir Ghaemi (USA) Psychological Bases of Jaspers's Philosophy: A Contemporary Perspective -- Murray McLachlan (Australia) Jaspers's "General Psychopathology" as a Synthesis of Empirical Science with Transcending Philosophy

Session: Philosophy and Realms of Life / Philosophie und Lebensbereiche 

Chair: Gregory J. Walters (Canada) -- Speakers: Pablo LU^pez-LU^pez (Spain) Lebensführung als Lebenlernen -- Robin A. Roth (USA) Psychotherapy: Nietzsche and Jaspers -- Paul G. Sturdee (United Kingdom) Empathy, Ethics, and Existentialism -- Joseph W. Koterski S.J. (USA) Jaspers's Idea of the University Re-examined

Session: Existenz-Philosophy / Existenzphilosophie 

Chair: Kurt Salamun (Austria) -- Speakers: Paula Patricia Arizpe (Mexico) La verdad comunicativa como reto creativo en Karl Jaspers -- Juthika Das (India) The Problems of Modern Humanity and Jaspers's Thought -- Filiz Peach (United Kingdom) Jaspers, Heidegger, and the Existential Significance of Death -- Czesawa Piecuch (Poland) Existentielle Erfahrung als metaphysische Aufgabe

Session: Comparative Problems of Fundamental Philosophy (1) / Fundamental-philosophische Fragen im Vergleich (1) 

Chair: Richard Wisser (Germany) and Joseph W. Koterski, S.J. (USA) -- Speakers: Akihiko Hirano (Japan) Die Frage nach dem Sinn der Aneignung der Tradition in der Sicht von Nietzsche und Jaspers -- Jean-FranA?Lois Methot (Canada) This is How Things Stand: Jaspers and Wittgenstein on Science and Philosophy -- Bernd Weidmann (Germany) Ethos der Wahrhaftigkeit und Ethik des Streites: Karl Jaspers als Kritiker von J?rgen Habermas -- Reinhard Schulz (Germany) Die verschiedene Bedeutung von Paradoxien für den Ursprung von Erkenntnis bei Jaspers und Luhmann -- Young do Chung (South Korea) Das Lesen der Chiffrenschrift als Sprache der Transzendenz bei Jaspers. Parallelen zwischen Verstehensweisen des Seins von Jaspers und asiatischer Philosophie 

Session: Comparative Problems of Fundamental Philosophy (2) / Fundamental-philosophische Fragen im Vergleich (2) 

Chair: Andreas Cesana (Germany) -- Speakers: Iwona Alechnowicz (Poland) Wahrheit und Freiheit bei Karl Jaspers und Edith Stein -- Maria Luisa Basso-Vetri (Italy) Der Freiheitssinn bei Jaspers in Hinsicht auf Kant -- Leonard H. Ehrlich (USA) Heideggers Seinsdenken aus der Sicht von Arendt und Jaspers -- Richard Wisser (Germany) Zum Briefwechsel Martin Heidegger-Karl Jaspers. Jaspers' Vision einer "kommunikativen Kritik"

Special Session: Hans Saner (Switzerland) Jaspers' Versuche der Veranschaulichung seiner Periechontologie (with slides of original drafts from Jaspers's literary remains/mit Dias der Originalskizzen aus Jaspers' Nachlass) 

Session: Political Thought / Politisches Denken 

Chair: Andreas Cesana (Germany, Switzerland) -- Young do Chung (South Korea) -- Speakers: Giorgio Penzo (Italy) Vernunft als Quelle des politischen Ethos -- Shuji Imamoto (Japan) Die Krise Japans und die Jaspers'sche Philosophie -- Krystyna Gorniak-Kocikowska (USA/Poland) The Relevance of Jaspers's Idea of Communication in the Age of Global Society -- Inigo Bocken (Netherlands) Politik und Religion im spteren Denken von Karl Jaspers 

Session: Presence and Future / Gegenwrtigkeit und Zukunft 

Chair: Gregory J. Walters (Canada) -- Speakers: Edith Ehrlich (USA) Jaspers on Women -- Dominic Kaegi (Germany) Humanismus des einzelnen Menschen -- Indu Sarin (India) Between Past and Future: The Possibilities of Jaspers's Existential Illumination -- Andreas Cesana (Germany) Jaspers' Projekt "Weltphilosophie": Paradigma interkultureller Kommunikation?


THIRD INTERNATIONAL JASPERS CONFERENCE

In conjunction with XIX. World Congress of Philosophy,
MOSCOW, RUSSIA, August 1993


Conference Theme: Jaspers's Legacy--Our Task, Communication * World Philosophy * World History of Philosophy; Konferenzthema: Jaspers' Vermächtnis - unsere Aufgabe , Kommunikation * Weltphilosophie * Weltgeschichte der Philosophie. 


SECOND INTERNATIONAL JASPERS CONFERENCE

In conjunction with XVIII. World Congress of Philosophy,
BRIGHTON, UK, August 21-27, 1988

 


FIRST INTERNATIONAL JASPERS CONFERENCE

In conjunction with XVII. World Congress of Philosophy,
MONTREAL, CANADA, August 21-27, 1983