Professor Andrew Benjamin’s keynote paper is titled ‘Future as Suspension’. Abstract has just released on the FPC2021 Online conference website.
Registration is open for the online international conference between the National University of Ireland Galway, The Irish Philosophical Society, and the British Society for Phenomenology. Six exceptional keynotes and some 70 panel speakers.
Prof. Andrew Benjamin will be a keynote speaker at ‘The Future as a Present Concern’, Online, 1-3 September 2021. Benjamin is Distinguished Professor of Architectural Theory at the University of Technology, Sydney, and Emeritus Professor of Philosophy at Monash University in Melbourne. His keynote paper for this year’s conference is titled ‘Future as Suspension’.
The Future as a Present Concern (FPC2021) explores the question of the future from phenomenological and other philosophical perspectives. There will be papers on various aspects of this question, whether ontological, ethical, aesthetical, epistemological, and in relation to political theory, gender theory, critical race theory, ecology, philosophy of religion, philosophy of science, and analytic philosophy.
For more information on the conference, including format and registration, check out the FPC2021 website.