Conference: `Heidegger on Affect`

Wednesday  24 May  2017  11:00 AM    Thursday  25 May  2017 2:00 PM
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HEIDEGGER ON AFFECT
24th - 25th May 2017
UCD Sutherland School of Law, Belfield, Dublin 4.

Invited Speakers:
Lilian Alweiss (Trinity College Dublin)
Anna Bortolan (University College Dublin)
Daniel Dahlstrom (Boston University)
Andreas Elpidorou (University of Louisville)
Lauren Freeman (University of Louisville)
Sara Heinämaa (University of Helsinki)
Niall Keane (University of Limerick)
Denis McManus (University of Southampton)
Irene McMullin (University of Essex)
Nikola Mirkovic (Universität Koblenz-Landau)
Dermot Moran (University College Dublin)
Mahon O’Brien (University of Sussex)
Thomas Sheehan (Stanford University)
Jan Slaby (Freie Universität Berlin)
Gerhard Thonhauser (Freie Universität Berlin & Universität Wien)
Tatjana Noemi Tömmel (Technische Universität Berlin)

Organizer: Christos Hadjioannou (University College Dublin)

FREE AND OPEN to the public. To register, please email: christos.hadjioannou@ucd.ie

For the full programme, visit: https://www.ucd.ie/philosophy/

Sponsored by: SEED Funding (UCD), College of Social Sciences and Law Scheme Funding (UCD), The Mind Association, the Embassy of The Federal Republic of Germany Dublin, the School of Philosophy (UCD), and the Irish Research Council.

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UCD School of Philosophy Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 24/05/2017 09:02
We're ready to kick off. Come on over to the UCD Sutherland School of Law and get ready to talk Heidegger!

UCD School of Philosophy Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 22/05/2017 10:15
REMINDER: If you are interested in attending, please remember to email christos.hadjioannou@ucd.ie. RSVP-ing on Facebook is not enough to secure your place!

UCD School of Philosophy Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 22/05/2017 10:14
FULL PROGRAMME (Updated) Heidegger on Affect 24th – 25th May 2017, UCD Sutherland School of Law, Room L143, University College Dublin Sponsored by: College of Social Sciences and Law Scheme Funding (University College Dublin), SEED Funding (University College Dublin), The Mind Association, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany (Dublin), School of Philosophy (University College Dublin) and Irish Research Council. Conference Programme Wednesday, 24th May 10.50 Introduction by Christos Hadjioannou (University College Dublin) 11.00 Dermot Moran (University College Dublin): Heidegger on Fundamental Moods and their Disclosive Power 11.30 Discussion [Chair: Danielle Petherbridge] 11.50 Coffee Break 12.00 Mahon O’Brien (University of Sussex): Much Ado About Nothing 12.30 Discussion [Chair: Christos Hadjioannou] 12.50 Lunch Break. [Not provided] 14.00 Nikola Mirkovic (Universität Koblenz-Landau): “Die Urstimmung der Schönheit”: Heidegger on moods, art and beauty 14.30 Discussion [Chair: Andrea Rehberg] 14.50 Coffee Break 15.00 Irene McMullin (University of Essex): Integrity, Resoluteness, and Care 15.30 Discussion [Chair: Mahon O’Brien] 15.50 Break 16.00 Andreas Elpidorou & Lauren Freeman (University of Louisville): If Profound Boredom Isn’t Boredom, Then What Is It? 16.30 Discussion [Chair: Anna Bortolan] 16.50 Break 17.00 Denis McManus (University of Southampton): Two Heideggerian models of owned affect 17.30 Discussion [Chair: Niall Keane] 17.50 Break 18.00 Daniel Dahlstrom (Boston University): Missing in Action: Moods and Emotions in Being and Time 18.30 Discussion [Chair: Christos Hadjioannou] 19.30 Conference Dinner [For speakers and chairs only. Provided] Thursday, 25th May 10.00 Sara Heinämaa (University of Helsinki): Variations of Presence: Husserl and Heidegger on Practical and Emotive Intentionality. 10.30 Discussion [Chair: Christos Hadjioannou] 10.50 Coffee Break 11.00 Gerhard Thonhauser & Jan Slaby (Universität Wien & Freie Universität Berlin): Heidegger and the affective (un)grounding of politics 11.30 Discussion [Chair: Dermot Moran] 11.50 [Break] 12.00 Tatjana Noemi Tömmel (Technische Universität Berlin): Love as Passion and Will: Epistemic, existential and social aspects of Heidegger’s underestimated concept 12.30 Discussion [Chair: Anya Daly] 12.50 Lunch Break. [Not provided] 14.00 Lilian Alweiss (Trinity College Dublin): What is anxiety? 14.30 Discussion [Chair: Elisa Magrì] 14.50 Coffee Break 15.00 Anna Bortolan (University College Dublin): Moods, Existential Feelings, and Sentiments: On the Phenomenological Understanding of Background Affects 15.30 Discussion [Chair: Patrick Levy] 15.50 Break 16.00 Niall Keane (University of Limerick): ‘What Speaks for a Matter’: Heidegger’s Aristotle and the Affects of Rhetoric 16.30 Discussion [Chair: Christos Hadjioannou] 16.50 Break 17.00 Thomas Sheehan (Stanford University): Heidegger: from πάθος to Ereignis 17.30 Discussion [Chair: Mahon O’Brien] 17.50 Concluding Remarks and wine reception

Luka Vukosavljevic Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 24/03/2017 14:01
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UCD School of Philosophy Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 20/03/2017 09:59
FULL PROGRAMME (Updated) Heidegger on Affect 24th – 25th May 2017, UCD Sutherland School of Law, Room L143, University College Dublin Sponsored by: College of Social Sciences and Law Scheme Funding (University College Dublin), SEED Funding (University College Dublin), The Mind Association, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany (Dublin), School of Philosophy (University College Dublin) and Irish Research Council. Conference Programme Wednesday, 24th May 10.50 Introduction by Christos Hadjioannou (University College Dublin) 11.00 Dermot Moran (University College Dublin): Heidegger on Fundamental Moods and their Disclosive Power 11.30 Discussion [Chair: Danielle Petherbridge] 11.50 Coffee Break 12.00 Mahon O’Brien (University of Sussex): Much Ado About Nothing 12.30 Discussion [Chair: Christos Hadjioannou] 12.50 Lunch Break. [Not provided] 14.00 Nikola Mirkovic (Universität Koblenz-Landau): “Die Urstimmung der Schönheit”: Heidegger on moods, art and beauty 14.30 Discussion [Chair: Andrea Rehberg] 14.50 Coffee Break 15.00 Irene McMullin (University of Essex): Integrity, Resoluteness, and Care 15.30 Discussion [Chair: Mahon O’Brien] 15.50 Break 16.00 Andreas Elpidorou & Lauren Freeman (University of Louisville): If Profound Boredom Isn’t Boredom, Then What Is It? 16.30 Discussion [Chair: Anna Bortolan] 16.50 Break 17.00 Denis McManus (University of Southampton): Two Heideggerian models of owned affect 17.30 Discussion [Chair: Niall Keane] 17.50 Break 18.00 Daniel Dahlstrom (Boston University): Missing in Action: Moods and Emotions in Being and Time 18.30 Discussion [Chair: Christos Hadjioannou] 19.30 Conference Dinner [For speakers and chairs only. Provided] Thursday, 25th May 10.00 Sara Heinämaa (University of Helsinki): Variations of Presence: Husserl and Heidegger on Practical and Emotive Intentionality. 10.30 Discussion [Chair: Dermot Moran] 10.50 Coffee Break 11.00 Gerhard Thonhauser & Jan Slaby (Universität Wien & Freie Universität Berlin): Heidegger and the affective (un)grounding of politics 11.30 Discussion [Chair: Christos Hadjioannou] 11.50 [Break] 12.00 Tatjana Noemi Tömmel (Technische Universität Berlin): Love as Passion and Will: Epistemic, existential and social aspects of Heidegger’s underestimated concept 12.30 Discussion [Chair: Anya Daly] 12.50 Lunch Break. [Not provided] 14.00 Lilian Alweiss (Trinity College Dublin): What is anxiety? 14.30 Discussion [Chair: Elisa Magrì] 14.50 Coffee Break 15.00 Anna Bortolan (University College Dublin): Moods, Existential Feelings, and Sentiments: On the Phenomenological Understanding of Background Affects 15.30 Discussion [Chair: Patrick Levy] 15.50 Break 16.00 Niall Keane (University of Limerick): ‘What Speaks for a Matter’: Heidegger’s Aristotle and the Affects of Rhetoric 16.30 Discussion [Chair: Christos Hadjioannou] 16.50 Break 17.00 Thomas Sheehan (Stanford University): Heidegger: from πάθος to Ereignis 17.30 Discussion [Chair: Mahon O’Brien] 17.50 Concluding Remarks and wine reception
Lorena Morales Aparicio
-- 20/03/2017 09:59
Enjoy a great conference! Please advise if there will be a digital recording of the presentations and discussions available. I wish that I could attend to learn from this conference. Best!

UCD School of Philosophy Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 07/03/2017 14:45
If you are interested in attending, please remember to email christos.hadjioannou@ucd.ie. RSVP-ing on Facebook is not enough to secure your place!

Christos Hadjioannou Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 06/03/2017 14:29
Let me add: those who want to attend *please email me* asap (if you haven't already) because finite number of seats: christos.hadjioannou@ucd.ie
UCD Sutherland School of Law - University College Dublin
UCD Sutherland School of Law University College Dublin Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
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