The next session of our “history of phenomenology” reading group will take place on 10 December, 10.00-12.00 and will also be the last one of 2014. Next year we will proceed with Husserl’s Ideas I (more details to follow). Since we managed to finish Husserl’s discussion and critique of historicism and “world-view philosophy” and hence … Continue reading Meeting OZSW reading group History of Phenomenology
Close reading seminar on Husserl’s article “Philosophy as Rigorous Science”.
The next session of the reading group on the history of phenomenology will be held on Wednesday 12-11 at Drift 6, zaal 0.17 in Utrecht. We will continue our reading of Husserl’s “Philosophy as Rigorous Science” where we left off, which is around p. 258 of the translation or p. 300 of the original Husserliana … Continue reading Reading Group “History of Phenomenology”
Close reading seminar on Husserl’s article “Philosophy as Rigorous Science”. A recent english translation is available here: http://essential.metapress.com/content/20176r2mg16g246j/ The original german text from the 1910/1911 first issue of Logos is available here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/15428826/Husserl%20-%20Philosophie%20als%20Strenge%20Wissenschaft.pdf This is one of only two texts (to the best of my knowledge) that has been translated into Dutch, so you could also consult … Continue reading Meeting OZSW reading group History of Phenomenology
The OZSW close-reading group on the history of phenomenology (sub-group of the study group “Philosophy Around 1900”) will continue this year with Edmund Husserl’s article “Philosophy as Rigorous Science” and then with selections from his “Ideas I” (focusing on the phenomenological reduction and the noema). In this first session I will provide a brief introduction, … Continue reading Meeting OZSW reading group History of Phenomenology
The Significance of Phenomenology Department of Philosophy, University of Amsterdam Netherlands Institute for Cultural Analysis Arianna Betti (ILLC, Amsterdam) The Phenomenological Roots of Truthmaking 15 January 2014, 4pm, C0.23, Oudemanhuispoort Abstract It is by now reasonably known that a truthmaker theory of truth is not the same as a correspondentist theory of truth. However, it … Continue reading Lecture Arianne Betti on “The Phenomenological Roots of Truthmaking”
The Significance of Phenomenology Department of Philosophy, University of Amsterdam Spring 2013 Jenny Slatman (Department of Health, Ethics and Society, Maastricht University) Phenomenology of the body in health and medicine Thursday 28th March, 16.00-18.00 Location: F.022, Bushuis, Kloveniersburgwal 48 http://www.uva.nl/over-de-uva/de-uva-in-amsterdam/locaties/content/bushuis.html (PLEASE NOTE DIFFERENT LOCATION FROM PREVIOUS LECTURES) Abstract: Phenomenological reflections on the body and embodiment, … Continue reading The Significance of Phenemenology: Lecture Jenny Slatman