2015-2017: The Ethico-Political Relevance of Thinking. An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Relation Between Thinking and Action

Project development

—6 presentations at international conferences: Bogdan Mincă (2 presentations), Ileana Borţun (3 presentations), Paul Sandu (1 presentation)

  1. Bogdan Mincă — international presentation: Origin and Difference. Heidegger’s Thinking of the Difference in the Years 1931-1935, at the international conference Beyond Phenomenology (14th annual conference of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology), University of Reykjavik, Iceland, 21-23 April 2016
  2. Bogdan Mincă — international presentation: Heidegger’s Interpretation of the Aristotelian poiesis and its Importance for the preeminence of sophia over phronesis, held at the international conference 2400 Aristotle, organized by the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Bucharest, 25-26 November 2016
  3. Ileana Borțun — international presentation: In Search of Heidegger’s “Common Sense”. The Political Relevance of Mitverstehen, held on 23 April 2016, at the 14thAnnual Conference of the Nordic Society for Phenomenology, entitled “Phenomenology and Beyond”, organized at the University of Iceland, Reykjavik — 21-23 April 2016
  4. Ileana Borțun – international presentation: Imagining Oneself as Another. Imagination in Arendt and Heidegger, held on 27 April 2016, at the Research Seminar entitled “Imagination as an Act: Phenomenological Approaches” – the 10th edition of the annual research seminar organized by the Centre of Research Phénoménologies (Département de Philosophie, Université de Liège) — Liège, 25-29 April 2016
  5. Ileana Borțun — international presentation: The Existential Status of Friendship. A Phenomenological Perspective on Aristotle’s Philia, held on 26 November 2016, at the International Conference “2400 Aristotle”, organised by the Philosophy Department, University of Bucharest — Philosophy Department (UB), 25-26 November 2016
  6. Paul-Gabriel Sandu – international presentation: Die Dynamik des Verfallens. Eine genetische Perspektive, presented at the conference Perspektiven mit Heidegger, University of Vienna, Austria, 4 May 2016

—7 presentations at national conferences: Bogdan Mincă (2 presentations), Ileana Borţun (2 presentations), Paul Sandu (1 presentation), Răzvan Ostroveanu (2 presentations)

  1. Bogdan Mincă — national presentation: Interpretarea dată de Heidegger arche-ului grec ca „salt originar” (Ur-sprung) în Originea operei de artă / Heidegger’s Interpretation of the Greek arche as „Original Leap” (Ur-sprung) in the Essay The Origin of the Work of Art, presented at the annual colloquium of the Romanian Society for Phenomenology, entitled Estetica fenomenologică după centenar. Perspective istorice şi tendinţe actualeIn memoriam Walter Biemel (1918-2015) / Phenomenological Aesthtetics, Hundred Years after. Historical Perspectives and Current TrendsIn memoriam Walter Biemel (1918-2015), held at the Faculty of Philosophy (University of Bucharest), 21 November 2015
  2. Bogdan Mincă — national presentation: Gândirea acțiunii ca gândire a diferenței și identității la Heidegger / Thinking Action as Thinking Identity and Difference in Heidegger, presented on 17 November 2016, at the annual colloquium of the Romanian Society for Phenomenology, entitled Comunitate – identitate – diferenţă. Priviri fenomenologice / Community – Identity – Difference. Phenomenological Perspectives, organized in collaboration with IRH Bucharest and the Institute “Alexandru Dragomir”, held at the Faculty of Philosophy (University of Bucharest), 16-17 November 2016
  3. Ileana Borțun — national presentation: Locul subiectivităţii în înţelegerea operei de artă: Heidegger vs Schapiro [The Place of Subjectivity in Understanding the Work of Art: Heidegger vs Schapiro], held on 21 November 2015, at the annual colloquium of the Romanian Society for Phenomenology, entitled “Estetica fenomenologică după centenar. Perspective istorice şi tendinţe actuale” [“Phenomenological Aesthetics after Centenary. Historical Perspectives and Current Tendencies”] – In memoriam Walter Biemel (1918-2015) — Philosophy Department (University of Bucharest), 21 November 2015
  4. Ileana Borțun — national presentation: Identitatea lărgită. Exercitarea facultăţii de judecare ca ospitalitate [Enlarged Identity. The Exercise of the Faculty of Judgement as Hospitality], held on 17 November 2016, at the annual colloquium of the Romanian Society for Phenomenology, entitled “Comunitate – identitate – diferenţă. Perspective fenomenologice” [“Community – Identity – Difference. Phenomenological Perspectives”], organised in collaboration with The Research Institute of the University of Bucharest and with The “Alexandru Dragomir” – Institute for Philosophy — Philosophy Department (University of Bucharest), 16-17 November 2016
  5. Paul-Gabriel Sandu — national presentation: Alterizarea: constituirea persoanei prin raport cu celălalt în fenomenologia husserliană / Alterization: Constituting the Person in Relation with the Other in Husserl’s Phenomenology, presented on 17 November 2016, at the annual colloquium of the Romanian Society for Phenomenology, entitled Comunitate – identitate – diferenţă. Priviri fenomenologice / Community – Identity – Difference. Phenomenological Perspectives, organized in collaboration with IRH Bucharest and the Institute “Alexandru Dragomir”, held at the Faculty of Philosophy (University of Bucharest), 16-17 November 2016
  6. Ionuț-Răzvan Ostroveanu — national presentation: Identitate practică și autonomie în filosofia morală kantiană / Practical Identity and Autonomy in Kant’s Moral Philosophy, presented on 17 November 2016, at the annual colloquium of the Romanian Society for Phenomenology, entitled Comunitate – identitate – diferenţă. Priviri fenomenologice / Community – Identity – Difference. Phenomenological Perspectives, organized in collaboration with IRH Bucharest and the Institute “Alexandru Dragomir”, held at the Faculty of Philosophy (University of Bucharest), 16-17 November 2016
  7. Ionuț-Răzvan Ostroveanu — national presentation: The Absence of a Normative Component in Capabilities Theory, presented on 18 November 2016, at the Central and Eastern European LUMEN International Conference MEPDEV 2016, Târgoviște, Universitaty Valahia, Lumen, 17-18 November 2016.

—5 months of research at a guest institution abroad: Bogdan Mincă (1 month), Ileana Borţun (1 month), Paul Sandu (3 months)

  1. Bogdan Mincă – 1 month of research conducted from 8 August to 8 September 2016 at Le Centre de Recherches sur la Pensée Antique “Léon Robin” (Paris), at the invitation of Prof. Anca Vasiliu.
  2. Ileana Borţun – 1 month of research conducted from 8 August to 8 September 2016 at Le Centre de Recherches sur la Pensée Antique “Léon Robin” (Paris), at the invitation of Prof. Anca Vasiliu
  3. Paul Sandu – 3 months of research conducted from 1 September to 30 November 2016, at the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Hamburg, at the invitation of Prof. Birgit Recki.

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