CfP for the North American Society for Early Phenomenology and Max Scheler Society of North America conference (New York, 2020).
The North American Society for Early Phenomenology | Max Scheler Society of North America
Phenomenology as Method
22-24 April 2020
St. John’s University, New York, New York
> David Carr (New School for Social Research)
> Crina Gschwandtner (Fordham University)
> Wolfhart Henckmann (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)
Call for abstracts
Since its inception, phenomenology has been understood as a method of philosophizing or philosophical attitude rather than a system of philosophy. Husserl encouraged his students to apply this method to all types of philosophical questions and across all fields of research. As a result, phenomenological analysis was used by a wide range of disciplines, from philosophy and psychology to literature, history, sociology, mathematics, cosmology, and religious studies. The phenomenological method itself has been refined according to the insights achieved as a result of its interdisciplinary nature. However, the core tenets of this method and characterization of this attitude have long been a point of debate among phenomenologists.
This conference will explore the nature of the phenomenological method, its interdisciplinary applications, and how research in parallel fields informed the work of the early phenomenologists.
As always, we encourage submissions dealing with the thought of the full spectrum of early phenomenologists (including Edmund Husserl, Franz Brentano, Carl Stumpf, Theodor Lipps, Alexander Pfänder, Max Scheler, Moritz Geiger, Hedwig Conrad-Martius, Eugen Fink, Roman Ingarden, Edith Stein, Dietrich Von Hildebrand, Adolf Reinach, Martin Heidegger, Maximilian Beck, Jean Hering, et al.) as well as figures who were in conversation with the early phenomenological movement.
Abstracts should be 400-600 words, and include a short bibliography. Abstracts must be prepared for blind review and sent to Charlene Elsby ([email protected])
Deadline for submissions is 12 January 2020.
Decisions will be sent out no later than 7 February 2020.
You can download the call for papers here: http://nasepblog.ophen.org/2019/11/05/cfp-phenomenology-as-method-nasep-2020/