Tag Archives: Duquesne University

This Week:

10 Jan
  • Tue. 01/14/14, The Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Reading Group will be examining Tom Sparrow’s “Bodies in Transit: The Plastic Subject of Alphonso Lingis”
  • Fri. 01/17/14, Dr. Bucur will be presenting “From Ipseity to Kenosis: Reflections on Ricoeur’s Itinerary to the Face-to-Face” at Duquesne’s Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center
    LINK: Bucur Lecture Promo 17 January 2014

Phenomenology & Religion Reading Circle Kickoff

18 Sep

Tomorrow marks the beginning of the Phenomenology & Religion reading group. This fall we will be examining the debate surrounding the “gift,” particularly in the work of Jacques Derrida and Jean-Luc Marion. We will be meeting at 619 Fisher Hall at Duquesne, at 4:oo on Wednesdays. Hope to see you there! 

More information and PDF’s can be found here.

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This Week:

29 Jul
  • 7/29-7/31: The Internation Levinas Society, will be meeting all week at Duquesne University, offering an exciting program of speakers and panels.

This Week:

29 Apr
  • 04/29-05/01, The Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center 31st Annual Symposium “Merleau-Ponty Into the Future.” Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center, Duquesne University. Featuring: Galen Johnson (University of Rhode Island), Gail Weiss (The George Washington University), Laura Doyle (University of Massachusetts, Amherst), and David Abram (The Alliance for Wild Ethics)
  • 04/30, 6:00pm. The Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Reading Group will be continuing its study of Merleau-Ponty’s “Primacy of Perception”.

This Week:

15 Apr
  • 04/16, 7:00pm: the Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Discussion Group will be continuing its discussion of selections from Soren Kierkegaard’s Concluding Unscientific Postscript
  • 04/17, 4:30pm: the Phenomenology & Religion Reading Circle will be examining Paul Riceour’s Phenomenology and Hermeneutics.
  • 04/17, 5:00pm: the Duquesne Psychology Department is offering a Philosophical Psychology Symposium “Conversations with Martin Buber and Hans-Georg Gadamer.”
  • 04/20-04/22: the Center for Philosophy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh is presenting a conference entitled “Choosing the Future of Science: The Social Organization of Scientific Inquiry”.

This Week:

8 Apr
  • 04/09, 7:00pm. The Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Reading Group is reading selections from Soren Kierkegaard’s Concluding Unscientific Postscript.
  • 04/10, 4:30pm. The Phenomenology & Religion Reading Circle is reading a selection from Jean-Yves Lacoste’s Experience and the Absolute.
  • 04/12, 2:00pm. The Point Park University Honors Student Organization and Global Solutions Pittsburgh are hosting the “Storytelling and Human Rights Symposium.”
  • 04/12, 3:00pm. The Duquesne Philosophy Department is hosting Jonathan Leer, who will be presenting a lecture entitled, “Wisdom Won from Illness: the Psychoanalytic Grasp of Human Being.”

This Week:

25 Mar

03/26 7:00pm

Duquesne University, Gumberg Library 1st Floor, Simon Silverman Center.

This week we will be kicking off the networks first official sponsored event.  A discussion of Emmanuel Levinas’ “Ethics and Infinity” with respected Levinas scholar, Dr. Marie Baird of Duquesne University. This is a public event, intended to bring philosophical discourse out of the academy and into the community, so feel free to stop by.  Texts, if you wish to prep for the event, can be found here or here; and refreshments will be served following the discussion.   (Note: this event will substitute for both this weeks Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Reading Group, and Phenomenology and Religion Reading Circle).  

This event has been co-sponsored by the Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center

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