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Workshop ‘Habit: phenomenological and ontological approaches’

5 March @ 10:00 - 19:00

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Workshop ‘Habit: phenomenological and ontological approaches’ March 5th, 2020 Erasmus University Rotterdam G2-32 (morning), Mandeville T3-06 (afternoon) Habit (hexis, habitus) has a long and rich history in philosophy. Often viewed as the enemy of thought, many different philosophical traditions have nonetheless made fruitful explorations of habits. Aristotle saw virtue as a habit, and in modernity, the Scottish moral philosophers, French spiritualism, phenomenology and pragmatism all rely on extensive accounts of habit. Recently, habit has gained a renewed interest, for habit…
Workshop ‘Habit: phenomenological and ontological approaches’ March 5th, 2020 Erasmus University Rotterdam G2-32 (morning), Mandeville T3-06 (afternoon) Habit (hexis, habitus) has a long and rich history in philosophy. Often viewed as the enemy of thought, many different philosophical traditions have nonetheless made fruitful explorations of habits. Aristotle saw virtue as a habit, and in modernity, the Scottish moral philosophers, French spiritualism, phenomenology and pragmatism all rely on extensive accounts of habit. Recently, habit has gained a renewed interest, for habit brings together and deconstructs various classical opposites such as: mind and body, nature and nurture, individual and community, organism and habitat, behavior and cognition, and freedom and necessity. Moreover, habit plays a central role in many sciences such as psychology, pedagogics, anthropology, ecology, biology and the neurosciences. March 4th Erasmus School of Philosophy Colloquium: Michael Hampe – Human Nature and Habit   March 5th 10.00 Registration 10.30 Opening 10.40 David van Putten (EUR) The Decompartmentalization of Habit 11.10 Thijs Heijmeskamp (EUR) Sketching a context: Habit in contemporary Psychology 11.40 Coffee break 12.00 Jasper van den Herik Habits for ‘Higher’ Cognition 12:30 Lunch 14.00 Sandrine Hansen (KU Leuven) The Autoerotic Pleasure of Habit 14.30 Chris Satoor (York University, CA) T.B.A. 15.00 Olivia Brown (KU Leuven) The Problem of Habit in Philosophy 15.30 Coffee break   16.00 Clare Carlisle (King’s College London) Habit and Practice 17.30 Drinks 19.00 Dinner Organizers: Sjoerd van Tuinen, Maren Wehrle, Thijs Heijmeskamp Attendance is free. If you would like to attend the workshop, please contact heijmeskamp@esphil.eur.nl This workshop is generously made possible by the Erasmus School of Philosophy
 

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5 March
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10:00 - 19:00

Workshop

‘Habit: phenomenological and ontological approaches’

March 5th, 2020

Erasmus University Rotterdam

G2-32 (morning), Mandeville T3-06 (afternoon)

Habit (hexis, habitus) has a long and rich history in philosophy. Often viewed as the enemy of thought, many different philosophical traditions have nonetheless made fruitful explorations of habits. Aristotle saw virtue as a habit, and in modernity, the Scottish moral philosophers, French spiritualism, phenomenology and pragmatism all rely on extensive accounts of habit. Recently, habit has gained a renewed interest, for habit brings together and deconstructs various classical opposites such as: mind and body, nature and nurture, individual and community, organism and habitat, behavior and cognition, and freedom and necessity. Moreover, habit plays a central role in many sciences such as psychology, pedagogics, anthropology, ecology, biology and the neurosciences.

March 4th Erasmus School of Philosophy Colloquium: Michael Hampe – Human Nature and Habit

 

March 5th

10.00 Registration

10.30 Opening

10.40 David van Putten (EUR)

The Decompartmentalization of Habit

11.10 Thijs Heijmeskamp (EUR)

Sketching a context: Habit in contemporary Psychology

11.40 Coffee break

12.00 Jasper van den Herik

Habits for ‘Higher’ Cognition

12:30 Lunch

14.00 Sandrine Hansen (KU Leuven)

The Autoerotic Pleasure of Habit

14.30 Chris Satoor (York University, CA)

T.B.A.

15.00 Olivia Brown (KU Leuven)

The Problem of Habit in Philosophy

15.30 Coffee break

 

16.00 Clare Carlisle (King’s College London)

Habit and Practice

17.30 Drinks

19.00 Dinner

Organizers: Sjoerd van Tuinen, Maren Wehrle, Thijs Heijmeskamp

Attendance is free. If you would like to attend the workshop, please contact heijmeskamp@esphil.eur.nl

This workshop is generously made possible by the Erasmus School of Philosophy

 

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