Heidegger and the Classics - 08/11/2018, London (England)
Martin Heidegger remains a controversial figure not just in the history of western philosophy but in just about every school of thought that his philosophy pervades. He is widely regarded, along with Wittgenstein, as one of the most important philosophers of the twentieth century and the limit of his influence, encompassing the likes of Gadamer, Foucault, Arendt, Koselleck, Derrida, and Sartre, is beyond measure. The source of Heidegger’s controversy, notwithstanding his political views and allegiances, is the radical nature of his appropriation and reformulation of practically every major philosophical development since antiquity. It is the purpose of this workshop to assess the nature and legitimacy of Heidegger’s broad exclusion from Classical discourse and to determine how, if at all, his philosophy might be reconciled with modern studies of the ancient world.
FECHA/ DATE/DATA: 08/11/2018
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Senate House, University of London (London, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Dr. Aaron Turner (Royal Holloway, University of London); Prof. Ahuvia Kahane (Royal Holloway, University of London)
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INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE: £20 Aquí/here/qui
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08:45-09:20 – Welcome/Registration/Tea & Coffee
09:20-10:00 – Andrew Benjamin (Kingston University) ‘What and Where is Human Daimon? Heidegger and Heraclitus DK119’ (Chair: Kurt Lampe)
10:00-11:30 – Roundtable Discussion 1: The Classics in Heidegger (Chair: Aaron Turner)
11:30-11:50 – Refreshments break
11:50-12:30 – Robert Eaglestone (RHUL) ‘Aristotle, Heidegger, Arendt on art’ (Chair: Miriam Leonard)
12:30-13:15 – Lunch
13:15–14:45 – Roundtable Discussion 2: Heidegger in Classical Scholarship (Chair: Ahuvia Kahane)
14:45-15:25 – Katherine Fleming (QMUL) ‘Heidegger and Greek Literature’ (Chair: Dan Orrells).
15:25-15:50 – Refreshment break
15:50-17:20 – Roundtable Discussion 3: The Classics Against Heidegger (Chair: TBC)
17:20-18:00 – Denis McManus (Southampton) ‘Why does authenticity matter to the Being and Time project? Heidegger and Aristotle on the good, all-things-considered judgment, and the unity of being’ (Chair TBC).