“Paul Ricoeur on Collective Identities”
University of Trier
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Society for Ricoeur Studies 2021 Annual Conference
October 7-9, 2021
Keynote speaker: George Taylor, School of Law, University of Pittsburgh
This year’s conference was online. Here is the conference schedule!
Hermeneutics in Real Life
Ongoing Discussion Series, 2021/22
2020 Society for Ricoeur Studies Conference, October 6-10, “Politics, Religion and Cultural Hermeneutics,” ONLINE PROGRAM
“Digital Poetics: Between Phronesis and Poiesis in the Digital World“
Webinar by Fernando Nascimento (Bowdoin College, Maine, USA)
Friday, January 29, 2021 (4 pm Prague time CET). Please find webinar description and registration information below.
The online and free webinar event is sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Research Lab for Bioethics – IRLaB, headed by Geoffrey Dierckxsens, Vice President of the Society for Ricoeur Studies. The Interdisciplinary Research Lab for Bioethics is at the Department of Contemporary Continental Philosophy in Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS) in Prague.
In this seminar Fernando Nascimento (Bowdoin College, Maine, USA) will discuss three aspects of practical wisdom that emerge from the French philosopher Paul Ricoeur’s ethical proposal, and apply them to current issues related to new applications for mobile devices that are designed to monitor the contacts of users infected with COVID-19 in ways that are possible. In a broader perspective, such an analysis should shed light on the potential of Ricoeur’s practical philosophy to contribute to urgent issues generated by the extremely rapid advances in digital technologies. We propose that it is necessary to review the conceptual dichotomy between phronesis and poiesis in the context of new digital technologies so that ethical considerations about the ways in which new technologies affect people and society are properly considered not only in the sphere of the use of technologies, but also in regulation of such technologies and mainly in the design of new digital artifacts and architectures.
Online description: https://www.irlab.cz/webinar-fernando-nascimento-on-digital-poetics-between-phronesis-and-poiesis-in-the-digital-world
FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 2021 at 4 pm Prague Time (CET)
10 AM EST – 11:30 AM EST
Webinar: Fernando Nascimento on Digital Poetics: Between Phronesis and Poiesis in the Digital World
Free Registration: Contact email@example.com to gain access.
•2019 Society for Ricoeur Studies Conference, October 10-12, “Imagination and Hermeneutics,” McGill University, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, PROGRAM
•Here is the final 2015 SRS Conference Program.
•Here are the 2015 SRS Conference paper abstracts.
•SOCIETY FOR RICOEUR STUDIES 2015 ANNUAL CONFERENCE: This year’s conference (Oct. 9-11) was held in Atlanta, Georgia with the conference of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP), which ran October 8-10, 2015. The SRS keynote speaker for 2015 was David Carr, Professor Emeritus, Emory University. The theme of this year’s conference is “Theory and Practice in Ricoeur’s Work,” addressing the relation of theory and practice in Ricoeur’s work or the practical implications of Ricoeur’s philosophy in fields including but not limited to architecture, art practice, counselling, jurisprudence, medicine, nursing, and psychiatry.
•The Ricoeur Centenary (1913-2013)A Congress organized by the Fonds Ricoeur in collaboration with the Society for Ricoeur Studies, the Asociacion Iberoamericana de Estuios sobre Paul Ricoeur, and the University of Marbourg (RFA), November 18-20, 2013
•The International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture (ISRLC) held its 2010 Biennial Conference at St. Catherine’s College, Oxford, 23-26 Sept. 2010. The theme was ‘Attending to the Other: Critical Theory and Spiritual Practice.’ www.theology.ox.ac.uk/ISRLC.
•Society for Ricoeur Studies Graduate Student Award for 2009 was Christopher Yates, “Refiguring the Essential Word: The Work of the Imagination in Ricoeur’s Late Apprenticeship.” Congratulations, Christopher!
•SPEP 2010 Ricoeur Session, Thursday, November 4, 2010, 9-12am. Title: “Ricoeur in Dialogue.”
Moderator: Dan Stiver, Hardin-Simmons University; Panelists: Cristina
Bucur, Marquette University, “To Think, to Love, to Suffer: Ricoeur and
Nussbaum on Recognizing Self,”
Drew Desai, University of Ottawa, “The Will to Will Together: Arendt
and Ricoeur in Dialogue,” Nathan Dickman, Coe College, “Between Gadamer
and Ricoeur: Preserving Dialogue in the Hermeneutical Arc,” Gregory
Johnson, Pacific Lutheran University, “Ricoeur, Žižek and the
Possibility of ‘Applied’ Ethics,” David Leichter, Marquette University,
“The Crisis of History: Ricoeur’s Interpretation of Death in Memory,