BSP Online Course – last few places available: Edith Stein’s Phenomenology

The last few places are available for our BSP Online Course in June on Edith Stein with Dr Mette Lebech.

Edith Stein’s Phenomenology. An Exploration.
BSP Online Course 2023 #1

Course Leader: Dr Mette Lebech, Maynooth University
Dates: Wednesdays 7th June, 14th June, 21st June, 28th June 2023
Time: 5:30-7:00pm (GMT)
Location: Online (Microsoft Teams)

Edith Stein is known to many as their favourite saint. For others, who know she played a crucial role in the phenomenological movement, the cult may get in the way. This course will attempt to introduce layperson and scholar alike to her understanding of phenomenology and to the itinerary that led her to test its limits. We shall look at three of her early works: On the Problem of Empathy, Contributions to the Philosophical Foundation of Psychology and the Humanities, and Freedom and Grace, and discuss her subsequent commitment to Christian Philosophy.

Course Leader:
Dr. Mette Lebech is Associate Professor at Maynooth University in Ireland. She has lectured and published widely on human dignity, friendship, and various topics in bioethics. She co-organised the conference Stein’s and Husserl’s intertwined Itineraries 1916-25 (2021) and is working with Rowman and Littlefield to edit and publish studies of and companions to the works of Edith Stein.

Course Basics:

  • Four sessions over four weeks, each session 1.5 hours
  • For those who cannot attend a week, there will be a video recording available for 7 days
  • No course requirements
  • Registration closes midnight Wednesday 31 May 2023, or before if all the places are allocated for the course
  • A small course fee applies with various concessionary rates

For more information see BSP2023OC1: Edith Stein’s Phenomenology. An Exploration.