The 41st Annual Symposium at Duquesne University’s Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center will be held April 13-14, 2023. The title of this year’s symposium is: “Phenomenology, Theology, Theopoetics: The Work of John D. Caputo.”
The schedule for the upcoming NASPH 2022 conference can be downloaded here. We are going paperless this year, so if you want a “hard-copy,” we recommend that you download and print the schedule prior to your departure. We look forward to seeing you soon!
All sessions will be held in SB Hall ((#34 on the campus map) in room 122 which is called the Multipurpose Room.
*Please note the corrected information for Thursday, Sept. 22. The first session begins at 1 pm, the second at 2:15 pm, and the last session at 3:30pm. We apologize for the mistake and look forward to seeing you soon!
For those interested in using public transportation from the Airport (DFW) to the University of Dallas, you can take take DART orange line (DFW to University of Dallas Station).: https://www.dart.org/ . There are no shuttles, however, from the hotel to the Campus, so you’ll have to use Uber or some other means.
Please see the CFP here for an upcoming special issue of the journal Critical Hermeneutics that will be co-edited by Mirela Oliva, Christina Freni, and Theodore George. The issue will focus on hermeneutic realism and veritive hermeneutics.
Please join us at the NASPH satellite session at SPEP 2022 in College Station, TX. We will be hosting a reception on the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 12 and the following morning we will be hosting a panel on Gert-Jan Van Der Heiden’s The Voice of Misery: A Continental Philosophy of Testimony (State University of New York Press, 2020). More details can be found here. Special thanks to Ted George for organizing these two great events.
Pol Vandevelde and Arun Iyer have been doing a real service to the hermeneutics community by editing and translating a number of Gadamer’s works. The second volume in that series, Ethics, Aesthetics, and the Historical Dimension of Language, will be published soon. You can pre-order your copy here.
Table of Contents:
Translators’ Preface viii
Translators’ Introduction x
I Language and Ontology (by Pol Vandevelde) xi
II The Situated Truth of a Work of Art (by Arun Iyer) xxv
Part 1 Ancient Ethics and Practical Philosophy
1 The Socratic Question and Aristotle (1990) 3
2 Aristotle’s Protrepticus in Consideration of the Historical Development of Aristotle’s Ethics (1928) 9
3 Heidegger and the Greeks (1990) 27
4 The Idea of Practical Philosophy (1983) 39
5 Reason and Practical Philosophy (1986) 47
Part 2 Aesthetics
6 On Poetics and Hermeneutics (1968/1971) 55
7 The End of Art? From Hegel’s Doctrine of the Pastness of Art to the Anti-art of Today (1985) 65
8 The Place of Poetry in the System of Hegelian Aesthetics and the Question of the Pastness of Art (1986) 77
9 Conceptual Painting? On Arnold Gehlen’s Time-Pictures (1962) 87
10 On the Reading of Buildings and Paintings (1979) 95
11 Poetizing and Thinking as Reflected through Hölderlin’s Remembrance (1987) 101
12 Goethe and Mozart – the Problem of Opera (1991) 113
13 The Lynceus Tower Song in Goethe’s Faust (1982) 121
14 What Makes Goethe’s Language Natural? A Congress Contribution (1985) 127
The following is a free event that will be of interest to our group (and beyond): “Rhetoric, Hermeneutics, and General Education,” discussion with John Arthos in the “Hermeneutics in Real Life” series, Sat., Nov. 6, 1 pm EST, free event. This event explores how we can center hermeneutic theory in the college curriculum. Information and registration at: https://www.hinrl.org/conversation-sessions#h.6ij5ie9308mj
For those planning to attend SPEP 2021, we invite you to attend the North American Society of Philosophical Hermeneutics’ Satellite Session which will take place on Sunday, Sept. 26, 11 am – 2 pm EST.
To register for the conference, please visit https://www.pdcnet.org/wp/services/2021-spep/. (New registrations will be processed every 24 hours, so please be sure to register at least 24 hours in advance of any panels you hope to attend.)