Beyond Myth and Enlightenment

Wednesday, 12 September 2012, 9:15am - Friday, 14 September 2012, 1:00pm, IWM library

Conference Agenda

Tuesday, September 11
18:00 Welcome Address and Key Note Speech
Moderator: Michael Staudigl (Vienna University)
Jean-Luc Marion (Académie française, Paris-Sorbonne, University of Chicago, Institut Catholique de Paris)
Das Unreduzierbare
Wednesday, September 12
9:15 – 13:00 Session I: Phenomenology of Religion
Chair: Wolfgang Palaver (Innsbruck University)
Jean Leclerq (Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve)
The objects of phenomenology and religion – are they identical?
Branko Klun (University of Ljubljana)
Horizon, Transcendence and Correlation. Some Phenomenological Considerations
Dragan Prole (University of Novi Sad)
Die frühe theologische Kehre der Phänomenologie
14:15 – 18:00 Session II: Christianity and Historicity
Chair: Johann Schelkshorn (Vienna University)
Ludger Hagedorn (Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna)
Christianity Unthought” as thought by Patocka and Nancy
Nathalie Frogneux (Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve)
Religion beyond Eternity and Historicity
Eddo Evink (University of Groningen)
Religiosity after Religion. Some Thoughts on Surrender
Thursday, September 13
9:15 – 13:00 Session III: Interferences of Philosophy and Religious Traditions
Chair: Lubica Ucnik (Murdoch University, Perth, Australia)
Jean-Claude Monod (CNRS, Paris)
Entmythologisierung, Übersetzung und philosophische Säkularisierung:
eine unendliche Arbeit?
Jonna Bornemark (Södertörn University)
Naming or Not-Naming – that is the Question
James Mensch (Charles University Prague)
The Intertwining of Binding and Unbinding in the Religions of the Book
14:15 – 18:00 Session IV: Reconsiderations of Transcendence
Chair: Ivan Chvatik (University of Prague)
Rolf Kühn (University of Freiburg)
Religion und Modernität.
Zur Notwendigkeit einer phänomenologischen Religionsphilosophie heute
Arne Groen (Kopenhagen University)
Seeing Beyond. Reconsidering Immanence and Transcendence
Joseph Rivera (Edinburgh University)
Contemplating Transcendence. Temporality after Husserl and Heidegger
Friday, September 14
9:15 – 13:00 Session V: Religion, Violence and Politics
Chair: Michael Staudigl (Vienna University)
Mark Maesschalck (Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve)
Violence and Redemption.
A new perspective on the theologico-political dimension of power
James Dodd (New School University)
Between Tyranny and Care. Some Remarks on Phenomenological and Religious
Violence
Nicolas de Warren (University of Leuven)
Evil: Otherwise than Being and beyond Essence

The workshop is generously supported by the Austrian Science Fund.