Workshop in Phenomenological Philosophy

Workshop in Phenomenological Philosophy

May 12-14, 2011

Sponsored by the Boston University Humanities Foundation

Thursday, May 12

9:30-11:00                        STH 525
“Chalmers’ Defense of Representationalism, from a Phenomenological Point of View”
Daniel Dahlstrom (Boston University)
Moderator: Irene McMullin

11:15-12:45                        STH 525
“Contextualizing Weakness of Will”
Matthew Burch (University of Arkansas Fayetteville)
Moderator: Steven Crowell

12:45-2:15 Lunch

2:15-3:45                        STH 525
“The Historical-Philosophical Presupposition of Heidegger’s Critique of Husserl: Plato’s Socratic Seeing of the Εἴδη”
Burt Hopkins (Seattle University)
Moderator: Walter Hopp

4:00-5:30                        STH 525
“Concepts, Content and Perception in Husserlian Phenomenology”
Michael Shim (California State University, Los Angeles)
Moderator: John Drummond

6:00-7:00                        STH 525
Wine and Cheese Reception

Friday, May 13

9:30-11:00                        STH 525
“Phenomenology of the Second-Person Standpoint: Why Darwall Needs Levinas (And Vice Versa)”
Will Smith (Seattle University)
Moderator: Anne Ozar

11:15-12:45                        STH 525
“Perspectival Harmony and the Flourishing Self”
Irene McMullin (University of Arkansas Fayetteville)
Moderator: Burt Hopkins

12:45-2:15 Lunch

2:15-3:45                        STH 525
“Being Answerable: Reason-Giving and Authentic Discourse”
Steven Crowell (Rice University)
Moderator: Michael Shim

4:00-5:30                        STH 525
“What Did Kant Really Mean by ‘Phenomenon’?”
Abe Stone (UC Santa Cruz)
Moderator: Daniel Dahlstrom

6:00-7:00                        STH 525
Wine and Cheese Reception

Saturday, May 14

9:30-11:00                        STH 525
“Professional Trustworthiness and the Phenomena of Fitting Trust”
Anne Ozar (Creighton University)
Moderator: Matthew Burch

11:15-12:45                        STH 525
“Manifolds and Varieties of Constitution. An Attempt in Redefining Phenomenology”
Claudio Majolino (University of Lille, France)
Moderator: Irene McMullin

12:45-2:15 Lunch

2:15-3:45                        STH 525
“Intentionality without Representationalism”
John Drummond (Fordham University)
Moderator: Abe Stone

4:00-5:30                        STH 525
“The (Many) Foundations of Knowledge”
Walter Hopp (Boston University)
Moderator: Claudio Majolino

6:00-7:00                        STH 525
Wine and Cheese Reception