Saturday, September 18, 2010

Annual Congress, Canadian Society for Continental Philosophy, University of Alberta, October 14-16, 2010.

Keynote Speakers:
  • John Protevi (Louisiana State University), “Deleuze and Enactive Biology: Towards a New Transcendental Aesthetic”
  • François Raffoul (Louisiana State University), “The Origins of Responsibility”
  • Robert Burch (University of Alberta), “‘Why is there something rather than nothing?’ Reflections on the Form of a Finite Philosophy”
  • Samir Gandesha (Simon Fraser University), “Three Logics of the Aesthetic in Marx”
  • Karyn Ball (University of Alberta), “Precarious Civility”
Invited Speakers:
  • Sarah Allen (Concordia University), “Levinas on Neutrality: From Ethics to Social Justice”
  • Jean-François Bissonnette (Université d’Ottawa), « Savoir, pouvoir et inconscient : la critique foucaldienne de la psychanalyse »
  • Elodie Boublil (McGill University), « La notion de Heimat chez Heidegger : l’Ister de Hölderlin ou le site de l’appropriation (Ereignis) »
  • Martin Desrosiers (Université de Montréal), « Le zoo adornien »
  • Maxime Doyon (McGill University), “Husserl’s Idealism Reconsidered”
  • Vincent Duhamel (Université de Montréal), “Self-Consciousness, Expression and Work in Hegel”
  • Charlene Elsby (McMaster University), “The Phenomenal Present”
  • Krystal Kreye (The New School), “Benjamin, Foucault and Historiography”
  • Justin Marquis (Loyola University Chicago), “Nietzsche’s Cartesian Meditation: A Skeptical Argument in Beyond Good and Evil”
  • Scott Marratto (University of King’s College), “‘Self-Touching-You’: Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, Derrida on Double Sensation”
  • Amhed Abdel Meguid (Emory University), “The Aesthetic Subject and the Place of the Human in Kant: Revisiting the Critique of Judgment in Light of Heidegger’s Nietzsche Lectures”
  • Daniel Mullin (Institute for Christian Studies), “Politics of the Sublime: Adorno contra Kant and Habermas”
  • Felix Ó Murchadha (National University of Ireland, Galway), “Phenomenology and Skepticism”
  • Radu Neculau (University of Windsor), “Hegel, Nietzsche, and Crowd Psychology”
  • Pierre-François Noppen (Université de Montréal), “The Marxian Model: Materialism and Critique in Adorno”
  • Christophe Perrin (Université Paris-Sorbonne), « Heidegger ou la défense et l’illustration de Descartes »
  • Kristin Rodier (University of Alberta), “De Beauvoir and the Possibility of Materialist Feminism”
  • Xander Selene (Université de Montréal), “A Philosophy that Imitates Art? Theodor W. Adorno’s Configuration-Construction”
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