Phenomenology Seminars

(hybrid: online, and residential at the Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley)

Readings and Schedule for Fall 2017

Zahavi. D. 2002. Husserl’s Phenomenology. Stanford: Stanford University Press

supplemented by

Sokolowski, R. 1999. Introduction to Phenomenology, Cambridge University Press.

This will serve as an entry into French phenomenology readings for Winter-Spring 2018.

The dates for the Fall are Oct 13 ( Zahavi ch.1 and 2), Nov 10 (ch.1. and 2), Dec 1 (ch. 3). There will be talks scheduled in between these dates.

Readings and Schedule for Summer 2017

Continued June 9, June 16, Fridays, 10-12 am PDT.  Access to reading group is now available to members, apply at membership@sophere.org

Taipale, Joona. Phenomenology and Embodiment : Husserl and the Constitution of Subjectivity. Northwestern University Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, 2014.

Readings for Spring 2017

Taipale, Joona. Phenomenology and Embodiment : Husserl and the Constitution of Subjectivity. Northwestern University Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy. Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, 2014.

Flyer available here

Time: Fridays, 10 am-12 pm Pacific Time (with an exclusion of special lecture by Taipale which will be on Thursday, May 4, 9-11 PDT),

Location: Jesuit School of Theology at the Santa Clara University, Berkeley, and online, email for more information to info@sophere.org

February 17  Reading Group

March  10 Reading Group (Jana Trajtelova, University of Trnava,  Slovakia, will be facilitating)

April 7  Special lecture Peter Costello (Providence College, USA)

Givenness and Explication: Phenomenology As Being-Towards the Margins

Key Biblical texts in light of reading of Husserl

April 21  Sam Mickey (USF, USA), special lecture

Living the Epoché: A Phenomenological Realism of Religious Experience

April 28 Reading Group

May 4 (Notice, this is Thursday, special lecture. Time will be 9-11 am PDT) Special lecture: Joona Taipale (University of Jyväskylä, Finland) the author of Phenomenology and Embodiment.

May 12 Special lecture: Jingjing Li (McGill University, Canada) Ālambana-pratyaya and the Question of Other Minds in Later Chinese Yogācāra

On the theory of other minds and compassion in Yogacara Buddhism. For Chinese Yogacarins like Xuanzang and Kuiji, we have a direct perception of others mind. This perception will contribute to the wisdom of emptiness and evoke the non-egoistic compassion in us.

 

 

 

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