INTERNATIONAL PHILOSOPHICAL SEMINAR

Alto Adige   / Südtirol  (ITALY)

Seminar Co-Directors: Hugh J. Silverman and Wilhelm S. Wurzer 

 

 

IPS XVII - THE SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL SEMINAR

1-9 JULY 2007

2007 SEMINAR PROGRAMME

 

 

READING BERNARD STIEGLER – TECHNICS AND TIME (vol 1)

 

 

ARRIVALS - SUNDAY, 1 JULY 2007 à DEPARTURES -- MONDAY, 9 JULY 2007

All participants must arrive at the Hotel Tianes before 18:00 on Sunday 1 July 2007. 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.

 

HOTEL TIANES

SANKT MICHAEL / SAN MICHELE

KASTELRUTH / CASTELROTTO

SÜDTIROL / ALTO ADIGE

ITALIEN / ITALIA

 MONDAY       2 July 2007

15:30-18:30

JUDITH WAMBACQ (Philosophy, Catholic University of Brussels, BELGIUM)

&  BART BUSEYNE (Philosophy, Leuven, BELGIUM)

THE AMBIGUITIES OF REAL TIME

 

TUESDAY       3 July 2007

10:30-12:30

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

TECHNICS AND THE DIFFERENCE OF THE HUMAN: Reading the Modern Prometheus

 

16:00-18:00

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

THE TEMPORALITY AND TECHNICITY OF INDIVIDUATION: Stiegler and Simondon

 

WEDNESDAY            4 July 2007

10:30-12:30

 ROBERT VALGENTI (Philosophy, Lebanon Valley College, Lebanon, PA, USA)

PUSHING THROUGH THE PARADOX: On the Hermeneutics of Origins

14:00-18:00 

Afternoon visit of Brixen / Bressanone

THURSDAY                5 July 2007

 Ausflug I

FRIDAY                       7 July 2007

 10:30-12:30

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

OUT OF MAN, OUT OF NATURE: Technology and Technologies

16:00-18:00

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

 THE POSTMODERN QUESTION OF THE TECHNICAL

 

SATURDAY                8 July 2007

Ausflug II

SUNDAY                    9 July 2007

10:30-12:45

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

NEITHER ANTITHESIS NOR SYNTHESIS BUT DIFFÉRANCE:

An Existential Reflection on the Technical (La Technique) as a Third Dimension

15:00-17:00

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

THE APORIAS OF TECHNICITY AND THE RESPONSIBILITY BETWEEN US 

17:30 – 18:30

IPS – SLIDE SHOW

19:00 BANQUET

 

MONDAY 10 July 2007 

DEPARTURES


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