Workshop 4 – E&D

Auditório do Museu/Colecção Berardo, CCB

  1. Philosophy and the Arts
  2. Philosophy, Gender and Sexual Difference

 

Day 1 – Philosophy and the Arts – 11th of October 2018

 

Morning session

10.00-10.10 – Presentation of the event

10.10-10.55 – Fernando Silva, CFUL, “‘For its knowledge, as for its action, Man needs an infinite progression’. Hölderlin and the concept of the ideal of knowledge”

Respondent: Teresa Cadete, CEC

10.55-11.40 – Adriana Serrão, CFUL, “From aesthetics to philosophy of art: Georg Simmel as a reader of Kant”

Respondent: Maribel Mendes Sobreira, CFUL; NES_UL

11.40-11.55 – Coffee Break

11.55-12.40 – Maribel Mendes Sobreira, CFUL; NES_UL, “The relation between Architecture and Philosophy in the ‘tragedy of the culture’”

Respondent: Gabriela Salhe, FRAME Colectivo

12.40-13.25 – José Miranda Justo, CFUL, “Did DADA fail its objectives? A reaction against some argumentations with no historical perspective, and an appraisal of the Dadaist contributions for a philosophical approach to heterogeneity”

Respondent: Sofia Nunes, IHA – FCSH/UNL

13.25-14.25 – Lunch

 

Afternoon session

14.25-15.10 – Carlos João Correia, CFUL, “Calliope’s sisters. Richard L. Anderson and the nature of the art work”

Respondent: Lavínia Pereira, CFUL

15.10-15.55 – Bartholomew Ryan, IFILNOVA, “Machines and ‘empty oceanic thought’: Fernando Pessoa’s philosophy of the self”

Respondent: Jonardon Ganeri, New York University – Abu Dhabi

15.55-16.40 – Vera San Payo Lemos, CET, “How to know more about mankind with music, theatre and other arts. On Brecht’s learning plays”

Respondent: Gerd Hammer, CEC

16.40-16.55 – Coffee Break

16.55-17.40 – Christine Reeh, CFUL, “Machine thinking and thinking machines – Considerations on film as artificial intelligence”

Respondent: Vasco Marques, CFUL

17.40-18.25 – Ana Pais, CET, “The audience, one hundred years after”

Respondent: Francesca Rayner, ILCH – University of Minho

 

Day 2 – Philosophy, Gender and Sexual Difference– 12th of October 2018

 

Morning session

10.00-10.45 – Maria Luísa Ribeiro Ferreira, CFUL, “Feminism, women rights and group rights”

Respondent: Elisabete Sousa, CFUL

10.45-11.30 – Dagmar von Hoff, University of Mainz, “The Politics of Trauma. Literary Visions”

Respondent: Conceição Pereira, University of Newcastle

11.30-11.45 – Coffee Break

11.45-12.30 – Elisabete Sousa, CFUL, “Wollstonecraft, an enlightened reader”

Respondent: Ana Patrícia Rodrigues, CEAUL – ULICES

12.30-13.15 – Alison Assiter, University of the West of England, “On Vulnerability”

Respondent: Maria Luísa Ribeiro Ferreira, CFUL

13.15-14.15 – Lunch

 

Afternoon session

14.15-15.00 – María José Binetti, CONICET Buenos Aires, “About a new Realism of the sexual Difference”

Respondent: Carlos João Correia, CFUL

15.00-15.45 – Diana V. Almeida, CEAUL – ULICES, “Can gendered creativity in the visual arts be politically subversive?”

Respondent: Marta Soares, CEAUL – ULICES

15.45-16.00 – Coffee Break

16.00-16.45 – Pablo Pérez Navarro, CES/UC, “Biopolitics of public (dis)order”

Respondent: María José Binetti, CONICET Buenos Aires

16.45-17.30 – Sofia Roque, CFUL, “On emancipation as a practice of dissension”

Respondent: José Miranda Justo, CFUL

17.30-17.40 – Final words

 


Workshop 3 – E&D

From Heidegger to Badiou

Day 1 – 1st of February 2018 (Culturgest, meeting room 4)

Morning session

9.30-9.40 – Presentation of the event

9.40-10.30 – Olivier Feron, University of Évora, “Kant and modernity between Gnosticism and radical Enlightenment: The Davos debate between Cassirer and Heidegger”

Respondent: Fernando M. F. Silva, CFUL

10.30-11.20 – Paulo Lima, CFUL, “In the beginning there was Heidegger. Derrida becoming himself”

Respondent: Laura Llevadot, University of Barcelona

11.20-11.35 Coffee Break

11.35-12.25 – Marcio G. de Paula, University of Brasília, “Karl Barth’s Letter to the Romans: His background in Kierkegaard and his influence on the existential philosophy of the twentieth century”

Respondent: Maria Luísa Ribeiro Ferreira, CFUL

12.25-14.00 – Lunch

 

Afternoon session

14.00-14.50 – Ângela Fernandes, CEC/UL, “Ramón Gómez de la Serna’s experiments”

Respondent: Santiago Pérez Isasi, CEC/UL

14.50-15.40 – Carlos João Correia, CFUL, “Levinas and the question of Time”

Respondent: Tomás Castro, CFUL

15.40-16.00 – Coffee Break

16.00-16.50 – Alison Assiter, University of the West of England, “Sexual desire: A re-think”

Respondent: Elisabete Sousa, CFUL

16.50-17.40 – Laura Llevadot, University of Barcelona, “Jacques Derrida: The time out of joint”

Respondent: Juan Evaristo Valls, University of Barcelona

 

Day 2 – 2nd of February 2018 (Culturgest, meeting room 4)

Morning session

9.30-10.20 – Victor Gonçalves, CFUL, “Gilles Deleuze: From interpretation to experimentation”

Respondent: José Miranda Justo, CFUL

10.20-11.10 – José Miranda Justo, CFUL, “Philosophy and non-philosophy in Gilles Deleuze”

Respondent: Victor Gonçalves, CFUL

11.10-11.25 Coffee Break

11.25-12.15 Elisabetta Basso, CFUL, “From psychology to history, through philosophy: What do we learn from the Foucault archives of the 1950s?”

Respondent: Marita Rainsborough, University of Hamburg

12.15-13.05 Marita Rainsborough, University of Hamburg, “Economy, art and emotion. The emotional economy and its boundaries in the philosophical concept of Michel Foucault”

Respondent: Elisabetta Basso, CFUL

13.05-14.30 – Lunch

 

Afternoon session

14.30-15.20 – Benjamin Noys, University of Chichester, “The many lives of Guy Debord”

Respondent: Vasco Marques, CFUL

15.20-16.10 Vasco Marques, CFUL, “The theft of time. Time and capitalism in Guy Debord’s The society of spectacle

Respondent: Benjamin Noys, University of Chichester

16.10-16.30 – Coffee Break

16.30-17.20 Bruno Peixe Dias, CFUL, “The battle for philosophy: Alain Badiou and the anti-philosophical moment in contemporary French philosophy”

Respondent: Miguel Cardoso, Birkbeck College of the University of London

17.20-18.10 – Juan Evaristo Valls, University of Barcelona, “Negative potentialities. Giorgio Agamben and the politics of inoperosity”

Respondent: António Guerreiro, FBAUL

18.1018.25 – Final words

 


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Workshop 2

Day 1 – 1st of June 2017 (FLUL)

 9.30-9.40 – Presentation of the event

Morning session. Moderator: Elisabete M. de Sousa

 9.40-10.30 – Marcio Gimenes de Paula, University of Brasília, “O Deus dos filósofos modernos em Cassirer e afirmação do cristianismo em Kierkegaard: uma análise a partir do Exercício do Cristianismo

(Respondent: José Miranda Justo, CFUL)

10.30-11.20 – José Miranda Justo, CFUL, “Nietzsche: a dupla metáfora e mais além”

(Respondent: Fernando M. F. Silva, CFUL)

11.20-11.40 – Coffee Break

11.40-12.30 – Victor Gonçalves, CFUL, “Nietzsche: para uma metafísica imanente”

(Respondent: Bruno P. Dias, CFUL)

12.30-14.00 – Lunch

 Afternoon session. Moderator: José Miranda Justo

14.00-14.50 – Bruno Peixe Dias, CFUL, “Marx contra Marx”

(Respondent: José Neves, UNL)

14.50-15.40 – Vera Serra Lopes, FLUL, “A vida e o trágico no pensamento de Georg Simmel”

(Respondent: Franscisco Felizol, CFUL)

15.40-16.00 – Coffee Break

16.00-16.50 – Adriana Veríssimo Serrão, CFUL, “Sensibilidade (Sinnlichkeit) e Androginia em Ludwig Feuerbach”

(Respondent: Vera Serra Lopes, FLUL)

16.50-17.40 – Maria Filomena Molder, UNL, “A matriz dramática dos jogos de linguagem em Wittgenstein”

(Respondent: Nuno Venturinha, UNL)

 Day 2 – 2nd of June 2017 (FLUL)

Morning session. Moderator: Fernando M. F. Silva

 10.00-10.50 – Maria João Cantinho, CFUL, “A linguagem como ponte de passagem para a ‘experiência superior’”

(Respondent: António Guerreiro, FBAUL)

10.50-11.40 – Carlos João Correia, CFUL, “A questão da Ipseidade em Heidegger”

(Respondent: José Manuel Martins, University of Évora)

11.40-12.00 – Coffee Break

12.00-12.50 – Mafalda Blanc, CFUL, “O salto – um outro modo de fundar no pensamento onto-historial dos ‘Beiträge’ de Heidegger”

(Respondent: Carlos João Correia, CFUL)

 13.00-14.30 – Lunch

Afternoon session. Moderator: Elisabete M. de Sousa

14.30-15.20 – José Manuel Martins, University of Évora, “Sistemas de representação, de conhecimento e de dominação: para uma salvação tecnológica da técnica moderna? – Malick e Heidegger”

(Respondent: Paulo Lima, IEF, University of Coimbra)

15.20-15.40 – Coffee Break

15.40-16.30 – Vasco Marques, CFUL, “A dissidência de si consigo: a mentira em Jankélévitch”

(Respondent: to be announced)

16.30-16.45 – Final words


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Workshop 1

Day 1 – 15th of December 2016 (National Library) – Open session

9.30-9.40 – Presentation of the event

9.40-10.30 – José Miranda Justo, CFUL: “Hamann: language and interpretation”

(Respondent: Fernando Silva, CFUL)

10.30-11.20 – Gualtiero Lorini, TU: “From We to I. The Rise of Aesthetics between Rational and Empirical Psychology”

(Respondent: Maria Filomena Molder, UNL)

11.20-11.40 – Coffee Break

11.40-12.30 – Fernando Silva, CFUL: “Memory, judicium discretivum and wit in Kant’s Lectures on Anthropology”

(Respondent: Gualtiero Lorini, TU)

12.30-13.30 – Lunch

13.30-14.20 – Alison Assiter, UWE: “Kant and the Concept of Anxiety”

(Respondent: José Miranda Justo, CFUL)

14.20-15.10 – Laura Llevadot/Juan Valls, UB: “Before the Word. Kierkegaard, an Artist Without Works”

(Respondent: Carlos João Correia, CFUL)

15.10-15.30 – Coffee Break

15.30-16.20 – Bartholomew Ryan, UNL: “Kierkegaard’s experimental theatre of the self”

(Respondent: Elisabete Sousa, CFUL)

16.20-17.10 – Elisabete Sousa, CFUL: “Either-Or as a case of experimentation in the sub-genre Bildungsroman”

(Respondent: Ângela Fernandes, UL)

17.10-17.30 – Final words

Day 2 – 16th of December 2016 (FLUL)

9.30-13.00 – Reunion of Consultants and Team Members

13.00-14.00 – Lunch