The Polish-Nordic Workshop on Phenomenology “Beyond Transcendentalism?
Historical and Systematic Approaches” will take place on 27-28 June 2019 in Warsaw. The main institutional organizers are the Institute of Philosophy of the Cardinal Wyszyński University and the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences. The workshop is organized in cooperation with the International Center for Formal Ontology. The main organizers are Witold Płotka & Wojciech Starzyński.
Program of the event
Thursday | 27 June 2019 Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University | Wóycickiego 1/3, building 23, auditorium 101
15:00 | Søren Overgaard | Center for Subjectivity Research, University of Copenhagen: Must Phenomenology Be Idealistic?
16:15 | Michał Piekarski | Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw: Representations, Direct Perception and Scientific Realism: Response to the Phenomenological Critique of Predictive Processing
17:30 | Wojciech Starzyński | Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, PAS: Admiration as a Phenomenological Principle of Subjectivity in Cartesian-Ricoeurian Inspiration
Friday | 28 June 2019 Staszic Palace, Polish Academy of Sciences | Nowy Świat 72, room 154
9:30 | Jagna Brudzińska | Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, PAS & Husserl-Archive, University of Cologne: Why We Still Need a Transcendental Reflection Today? The Case of Humanities
10:45 | Mirja Hartimo | Tampere University: Why We Need Transcendental Reflection in Science
12:00 | Witold Płotka | Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw: Taking Thinking Seriously: On Husserl’s Method of Reduction
13:00 | Round Table: Summary and General Discussion