International Seminar – Lisbon, 23-27 April 2012.
Contemporary readings in Husserl’s Erfahrung und Urteil
Pedro M. S. Alves, Center of Philosophy (University of Lisbon)
Carlos Morujão, Center for Philosophical Studies (Catholic University of Lisbon)
The general purposes of the seminar are
A reappraisal of the fundamental tenets of husserlian phenomenology, as exposed in Experience and Judgment;
A reworking of particular topics of Experience and Judgment in the context of the contemporary philosophical debates;
Original research about the several issues discussed in Experience and Judgment.
The seminar will be held every morning, between the 23rd and the 27th April, from 10 to 13 A.M., at the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon.
Participants will send a working-paper till. At the seminar, they will make a presentation with a time span of about 15 to 25 minutes, followed by an open discussion.
After the seminar, participants will present a final essay (around 15,000 words) on the subject of the working-paper. The essays will be published under the title Contemporary readings in Husserl’s Erfahrung und Urteil.
Pedro M. S. ALVES (Lisboa):
“Theoretical stance and life-world: foundation or overthrow?”
Mark van ATTEN (Paris):
“On the fulfillment of categorial intentions”
Fernando FERREIRA (Lisboa):
Title not yet available
Denis FISETTE (Montréal):
“Sensory perception and primary content: Husserl’s contribution to the problem of consciousness”
François de GANDT (Lille):
"Passivity and Interest in Experience and Judgment, §§ 15-20"
Claire Ortiz HILL (Paris):
“Husserl's Science of Objectivity”
Carlos Aurélio MORUJÃO (Lisboa):
“Beziehungserfassung and prädikative Leistung: the relations between the 3d chapter of the Section I and the 1st chapter of Section II of Experience and Judgment”.
Carlos Alberto RIBEIRO de MOURA (São Paulo):
“The prepredicative experience”
Francesc PEREÑA (Barcelona):
"Perception, Life-World and Being-in-the World"
Jairo José da SILVA (São Paulo):
“Logical principles and logic of experience”
The papers will be written in English.
The presentations and discussions should be held in English, French, Portuguese or Spanish.