Phenomenological Perspectives on Negation – Program

Indiana Philosophical Association Spring Workshop

Phenomenological Perspectives on Negation

a workshop sponsored by the North American Society for Early Phenomenology

Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne

April 21-22, 2017

Meeting Program (.pdf)

Friday, April 21 Indiana Philosophical Association

Science Building 176

11-11:45 Indiana Philosophical Association Business Meeting
11:45-12 Welcome 
12:00-12:55 “Ingarden’s Concept of the Reality of Negative States of Affairs”

Rob Luzecky, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne

1:00-1:50 “The Question of Negativity between Hegel and Heidegger”

Ferit Güven, Earlham College

2:00-2:50 “Freedom and Negation in Sartre”

David Detmer, Purdue University Northwest

3:00-4:20 Keynote Address

“Against Negation”

Daniel W. Smith

Purdue University

5:30-7:30 Dinner at The Hoppy Gnome, downtown Fort Wayne. (We have reserved The Boiler Room.)
Saturday, April 22 Phenomenological Perspectives on Negation

Science Building 176

9:30-10:00 Registration and Coffee
10:00-10:50 “The Generativity of Self-Negation as Distinguishing Characteristic of Linguistic Expression”

Martin Benson, Stony Brook University

11:00-11:50 “On the Possibility of a Bilateral, Intuitionistic Logic”

Tyler Viale, Boston College

12:00-12:50 “Lev Shestov’s Meontologism”

Frederic Tremblay, St. Petersburg State University

1:00-2:00 Lunch (Provided)
2:00-3:20 Keynote Address

“Negation in Consciousness and Metaphysics”

Robin D. Rollinger

Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences

3:30-4:20 “Reinach, Daubert & Ingarden: An Ontology of Negative States of Affairs?”

Kimberly Baltzer-Jaray, King’s University College at Western University

4:30-5:30 Winners of the IPA Undergraduate Essay Prize 

“The Phenomenology of Loneliness”

Matthew Wyss, Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne

“Defacing the Currency: A Defense of Ancient Cynicism”

Daniel Klinestiver, Ball State

5:30 Concluding Remarks 


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