Conferences and Workshops

Transcendence and Self-Transcendence, Workshop organized in the frame of the research project “The Return of the Religious in Postmodern Thought” (FWF I2785), October 20-21, 2016, IWM/Vienna.

Pro Patria Mori. Solidarity and Sacrifice in the First World War, April 14th/15, 2016, IWM/ Vienna (in cooperation with the ERC Project GRAPH – The Great War and Modern Philosophy, KU Leuven).

Philosophie, Geschichte, Politik. Europa und die Sorge für die Seele, March 31/April 1 2016, Center for Theoretical Study (CTS), Prague.

Ende des Säkularismus? Phänomenologie und der Begriff der Religion heute,
October 3rd, 2014, IWM, Vienna (organized by Kurt Appel, Ludger Hagedorn, Michael Staudigl)

Human Existence as Movement. Patocka’s Existential Phenomenology,
June 3rd – 5th, 2014,  IWM, Vienna (organized by Ludger Hagedorn, Marcia Schuback Sa Cavalcante, Lubica Ucnik)

Continental Encounters. The History of Phenomenology in Eastern Europe,
May 22nd, 2014, IWM, Vienna (organized by Marci Shore & Ludger Hagedorn)

Violence and the Gift. Challenging Continental Philosophy of Religion,
April 24th – 26th, 2014, IWM, Vienna (organized by Jason Wesley Alvis, Ludger Hagedorn and Michael Staudigl)

Pathways in the Phenomenology of Religion
November 18th/19th, 2013, Phenomenology Research Center at the Southern Illinois University (SIU), Carbondale/USA (organized by Anthony Steinbock)

Heretical Europe. A Workshop on Jan Patocka’s Philosophy of History,
November 15, 2013, New School for Social Research, New York (organized by James Dodd)

Beyond Myth and Enlightenment. Phenomenological Reconsiderations of Religion
September 11th – 14th, 2012 / IWM, Vienna (Ludger Hagedorn and Michael Staudigl)

Christianity Unthought. Patocka’s Concept of Religion and the Crisis of Modernity,
April 7th – 9th, 2011, IWM, Vienna (organized by Ludger Hagedorn)