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Conference N A S P H 2 0 1 2 The North American Society for Philosophical Hermeneutics

Friday, October 5, 2012
  9 a.m.–8 p.m.


Location: College Building South 1113
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N A S P H  2 0 1 2


The North American Society for Philosophical Hermeneutics


Hermeneutics and Application


University of California, Riverside


 


Friday, October 5th CHASS Interdisciplinary Building, Room 1113


9:00 a.m.         Welcome and Coffee/Refreshments


9:15 a.m.         Speaker: Jerome Veith (Boston College) "Consciousness of Historical Effect  and the Constitution of Community" Comments: Lauren Barthold (Gordon College)


10:30 a.m.       Break


10:45 a.m.       Speaker: Kathleen Wright (Haverford University) “On the Problem of Application: Gadamer, Confucius, and Zhuangzi” Moderator: Scott Cameron (Loyola Marymount University)


12:15 p.m.       Lunch


Text Session: Topic TBA


1:45 p.m.         Speaker: Greg Lynch (Fordham University) "Application and Shared Language:  Gadamer and Davidson On and In Dialogue" Comments: Joshua Wretzel (Central Washington University)


3:00 p.m.         Break


3:15 p.m.         Keynote Speaker: Lorenzo Simpson (SUNY Stony Brook) “Critical Fusions: Towards a Genuine ‘Hermeneutics of Suspicion” Moderator: Georgia Warnke (UC Riverside)


4:45 p.m.         Break


5:00 p.m.         Reception at Georgia Warnke’s Residence


 


Saturday, October 6th CHASS Interdisciplinary Building, Room 1113


 


9:00 a.m.         Coffee/Refreshments


9:15 a.m.         Speaker: Lawrence Schmidt (Hendrix College) “Application and Praxis In  Philosophical Hermeneutics” Comments: Brian Treanor (Loyola Marymount University)


10:30 a.m.       Break


10:45 a.m.       Speaker: Gert-Jan van  der Heiden (Radboud University Nijmegen) “Application and Abandonment:  Hermeneutics from Gadamer to Agamben” Moderator: Donald Marshall (Pepperdine University)


12:15 p.m.       Lunch


1:45 p.m.         Speaker: Joe Balay (Penn State University) "The Special (Dis) Advantage of the Beautiful in Gadamer's Plato Reading" Comments: Jamey Findling (Newman University)


3:00 p.m.         Break


3:15 p.m.         Speaker: Georgia Warnke (UC Riverside) “Experience and Authenticity” Moderator: Monica Vilhauer (Roanoke College)


4:45 p.m.         Acknowledgments


For More Information visit www.nasph.org


 



Additional Information:

Open to: General Public
Admission: Entry Charge:
Sponsor: Center for Ideas & Society

Contact Information:
Renee DeGuire
951 827-1556
renee.deguire@ucr.edu