CFP: Phenomenology & philosophy in the 19th century

Posted: 29 de July de 2013 by Fernando Furtado in Call for Papers, Event, News

*Call for Abstracts*
Seminar in Phenomenology and the History of Philosophy (SIPHOP)
Second Annual Meeting
Topic: ‘Phenomenology and philosophy in the 19th century’
October 19-20, 2013
University of California, San Diego

Keynote speaker: Pierre Keller (UC Riverside)
on Hegel, neo-Kantianism, and the beginnings of phenomenology

Submission Deadline: *August 25th* by email to ctolley@ucsd.edu
(decisions will be made by Sept 15)

Organizers: Clinton Tolley (UC San Diego) – ctolley@ucsd.edu
Matthew Shockey (Indiana University – South Bend) – shockey2@iusb.edu
James Reid (Metropolitan State University of Denver) – jreid12@mscd.edu

*Call for Abstracts for the Second Meeting of SIPHOP*
‘Phenomenology and philosophy in the 19th century’
For the second meeting of SIPHOP, we invite papers that explore the  philosophical significance of attempts by those working in the phenomenological tradition to engage with philosophical figures and  traditions in the 19th century (after Kant) — e.g., Heidegger’s engagement with Hegel, Schelling, or Nietzsche; Husserl’s engagement with Fichte or Bolzano, etc.  Papers that are more topical but that initiate a dialogue between phenomenology and figures and traditions in the 19th century will also be considered.  Presenters will have ~45 minutes to read, followed by ~30 minutes of discussion, so completed papers should be about 4500-5000 words (excluding notes).  Please send abstracts of no more than 750 words, prepared for blind review, to Clinton Tolley (ctolley@ucsd.edu) by *August 25th*.  Pierre Keller (UC Riverside) is the invited speaker, and there will be slots for 6-8 additional papers. The meeting will be held at UCSD (La Jolla, CA), Oct 19-20, 2013.
http://mypage.iu.edu/~shockey2/SIPHOP/2013Meeting.html

*Purpose of SIPHOP*
From the beginning, phenomenology has sought to formulate its methodology and its findings in ways that at once draw upon and challenge influential currents and figures in the history of philosophy.  While this ongoing engagement with the history of philosophy has been a constant source of vitality for phenomenology, it has also led to the productive re-investigation of the history of philosophy itself, allowing familiar concepts, individual texts, thinkers, and even whole  movements to be seen in new ways.  The Seminar in Phenomenology and the History of Philosophy (SIPHOP) aims to provide a venue for rigorous and scholarly work that is focused on phenomenology’s engagement with the history of philosophy, with the goals of, on the one hand, fostering discussion of continuing philosophical issues from a phenomenological perspective by tracing out the historical threads woven into the phenomenological tradition; and, on the other, putting the phenomenological interpretations of works in the history of philosophy into dialogue with the broader tradition of interpretation of historical texts.  SIPHOP meetings will follow the format of the successful Seminars in Early Modern Philosophy, with meetings held annually in different regions of the country, in which 8-10 junior and senior scholars present works in progress in longer sessions than are typical at larger philosophical meetings.
http://mypage.iu.edu/~shockey2/SIPHOP/siphop.html

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