Conference: "Self, Ego, Person: Commemorating Husserl's 150th anniversary"

Thursday, October 8

09:00-09:15 Welcome and Introduction
09:15-10:30 Dieter Lohmar (University of Cologne): "A History of the Ego - in Husserl's Phenomenology"
10:30-11:45 Eduard Marbach (University of Bern): "Poor I - Pure or Impure, After All? Husserl's Notion of I Revisited"
11:45-12:45  Lunch break
12:45-14:00 Liangkang Ni (Sun Yat-Sen University): "Zwei Wege zum Denken 'Ich' - Neuer Blick auf drei Texte von Husserl um 1920"
14:00-15:15 Shigeru Taguchi (Yamagata Unversity): "Beyond Plurality and Monistic Origin: The Concept of ‘Primal Ego' in Husserl"
15:15-15:45 Coffee break 
15:45-17:00 Natalie Depraz (University of Rouen): "Self-Givenness and First-Person Givenness"

 

Friday, October 9

09:00-09:15  Coffee 
09:15-10:30  Dan Zahavi (University of Copenhagen): "Self and Other in Husserl
10:30-11:45  Steven Crowell (Rice University): "Subject and Person
11:45-12:45  Lunch break 
12:45-14:00  John Drummond (Fordham University): "Virtuous Persons
14:00-15:15  Sara Heinämaa (Uppsala University): "Understanding Persons, Motivations and Capacities
15:15-15:45  Coffee break 
15:45-17:00 David Carr (Emory University): "World and Self in Husserl's Phenomenology

 

Conference organized by Dan Zahavi and Line Ryberg Ingerslev.
Participation is free but please register for the conference by sending an email to: lri@hum.ku.dk