IPS XVI- PROGRAMME -->> 1-9 JULY 2006

 

READING JEAN-LUC NANCY’S SENSE OF THE WORLD  (1993)

AND THE MUSES (1994/2001)

 

 

ARRIVALS - SUNDAY, 1 JULY 2006 / DEPARTURES -- MONDAY, 9 JULY 2006

 

All participants must arrive at the Hotel Tianes before 17:00 on Sunday 2 July 2006.

 

Arrivals at Bolzano train station no later than 16:00.

 

Contact the Hotel Tianes for pickups at Bolzano station or at Bolzano airport

 

Dinner will be at 19:00.

 

 

2006 SEMINAR PROGRAMME

HOTEL TIANES (SANKT MICHAEL/SAN MICHELE, KASTELRUTH / CASTELROTTO, SUEDTIROL/ALTO ADIGE, ITALIA)

 

 

MONDAY       3 July 2006

 

 

10:30-12:45

 

SOPHIA GABRIEL-PANTELIADOU (Philosophy, University of Vienna, AUSTRIA)

 

THE ATOPIA OF THE SUBJECT AND THE UTOPIA OF THE GIFT:

Derrida, Lacan, Nancy

 

 

 

16:00-18:15

 

GARY E. AYLESWORTH (Philosophy, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL, USA)

 

SMOKE WITHOUT FIRE:

Art and the Praxis of Sense

 

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY       4 July 2006

 

 

10:30-12:45

 

DONALD A. LANDES (Philosophy, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, USA)

 

 

EXPRESSION, EXSCRIPTION, AND THE WEIGHT OF SENSE:

Exteriority and the Transcendental in Jean-Luc Nancy

 

 

16:00-18:15

 

CHRISTINA HOWELLS (French, Wadham College and University of Oxford, ENGLAND)

 

JEAN-LUC NANCY: TOUCHING THE HEART OF THE SUBJECT

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY            5 July 2006

 

 

Ausflug I

 

 

 

THURSDAY                6 July 2006

 

 

10:30-12:45

 

 

ROBERTO TERROSI (Arti visive [DAMS], Universita di Bologna, Rome, ITALY)

 

LE MONDE [POLITIQUE] ET LES MONDES

 

 

16:00-18:15

 

THOMAS R. FLYNN (Philosophy, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, USA)

 

THE PHILOSOPHER AND/AS ARTIST:

Reflections on Reflections by Jean-Luc Nancy

 

 

 

FRIDAY                       7 July 2006

 

 

10:30-12:45

 

PETER GRATTON (History, Philosophy, and Political Science, Chicago State University, Chicago, IL, USA)

 

LE MONDE DÉSOEUVRÉ:

The “World” as Political Concept in Jean-Luc Nancy

 

 

16:00-18:15

 

HUGH J. SILVERMAN (Philosophy, and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, USA)

 

VESTIGES OF RESPONSIBILITY:

The Sense of Announcing the Im-presentable

 

 

 

 

SATURDAY                8 July 2006

 

Ausflug II

 

 21:00 WM – 3RD PLACE MATCH

SUNDAY                    9 July 2006

 

15:00-17:15

 

SERGE TROTTEIN (THETA (Théories et Histoire de l'Esthétique, du Technique et des Arts) Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique [CNRS], Villejuif, FRANCE)

 

REFLECTIONS ON THE PLURALITY OF WORLDS

 

 

19:00 BANQUET

 

 

20:00 WM FINALE

 

 

 

MONDAY 10 July 2006 

 

DEPARTURES

 

 

 


SEMINAR DIRECTORS: HUGH J. SILVERMAN AND WILHELM S. WURZER