The Canadian Society for Continental Philosophy will hold its annual conference from October 10 – 12, 2013, in Toronto. The conference is co-hosted by the Centre for Philosophy, Religion and Social Ethics at the Institute for Christian Studies and by the Department of Philosophy at the University of Toronto.
Congratulations to George Tomlinson (Kingston University), winner of this year’s competition for Best Submission by a Graduate Student.
Registration will take place on-site. There is no advance registration.
The conference programme is available here (PDF).
This year’s keynote speakers are:
Rebecca Comay (Toronto), “Paradoxes of Lament in Benjamin”
Espen Hammer (Temple), “Husserl and the Inner-Outer Distinction”
Jay Lampert (Guelph), “After Effects®: Editing and Phenomenology of Perception”
Krzysztof Ziarek (University at Buffalo), “Event, Singularity, Finitude after Heidegger”
Lambert Zuidervaart (Institute for Christian Studies), “Husserl’s Conception of Truth”
Mike Bennett (McMaster University), “What Do Deleuze and Guattari Mean by ‘Infinite Speed’?”
Michael Butler (University of Memphis), “‘Do not ask who I am and do not ask me to remain the same’: Foucault’s discontinuous subject in The Archaeology of Knowledge”
Sanja Dejanovic (York University), “The Eternal Return in Deleuze’s Philosophy: Displacing the Verb ‘to Be’”
Samir Gandesha (Simon Fraser University), “Hegel’s Homecoming of Spirit”
Peter Gratton (Memorial University of Newfoundland), “Deconstructive Realism: It’s about Time”
Ferit Güven (Earlham College), “Derrida, Deconstruction, Decolonization and Democracy”
Oisín Keohane (University of Toronto/University of Johannesburg), “The Impossible Force of ‘Mightlessness’: Translating Derrida’s impouvoir and Heidegger’s Machtlose”
Christian Lotz (Michigan State University), “Autonomy of the Political? Marx through Poulantzas, Badiou, and Negri”
Lorraine Markotic (University of Calgary), “Nietzsche’s Dionysian in Pan’s Labyrinth”
Olivier Mathieu (McGill University), “Can Poetic Saying Account for More (or Less) Than Great Artworks?”
Laura McMahon (Villanova University), “The Phantom Organic: Merleau-Ponty and the Psychoanalysis of Nature”
David Morris (Concordia University), “Merleau-Ponty, Movement and Development: On the Difference Between Being and Determinate Being”
Jeffrey Reid (University of Ottawa), “Hegel’s Comets and Moons: Systematic Criticism, Irony, and Us”
Carolyn Shapiro (University of Toronto), “‘The Light of the Public Obscures Everything’: Heidegger on Authentic Being-With”
Alexander Shoumarov (University of Toronto), “First Person Authority and Freedom in Heidegger’s Being and Time”
George Tomlinson (Kingston University), “Temporalising a Materialist Concept of History”
Mathias Warnes, “Saint Paul and Hölderlin at Heidegger’s Festival: From Hermeneutical Eschatology to Phenomenology of the Fourfold”
Jay Worthy (University of Alberta), “On the Phenomenology of Reflection”
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