CfP: Summer School on Edmund Husserl’s Experience and Judgement

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‘Experience and Life – Edmund Husserl’s Experience and Judgement in the Light of Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis’ 14-21 August 2022 Warsaw.

Call for Papers
3rd International Research Summer School in Genetic Phenomenology
‘Experience and Life – Edmund Husserl’s Experience and Judgement in the Light of Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis’
August, 14th-21th 2022 – GSSR/IFiS PAN, Warsaw

The 3rd International Research Summer School in Genetic Phenomenology will take place August, 14th-21th 2022 at the GSSR/IFiS PAN in Warsaw and will investigate the origins of logic and knowledge in Husserl’s last work Erfahrung und Urteil. A special focus of the Summer School is provided by the cooperation with psychoanalytical scholars and experts who will shed light on the correlation between genetic phenomenology and psychoanalysis.

The Summer School includes
> Lectures held by international experts
> Research Classes/Project Workshops
> Text Laboratories
> Book Presentation (Nicholas De Warren, A Momentary Breathlessness in the Sadness of Time:
On Krzysztof Michalski’s Nietzsche
, Jonas ir Jokūbas (ed.), Phi Books 2018 and Jagna Brudzińska, Bi-Valenz der Erfahrung. Assoziation, Imaginäres und Trieb in der Genesis der Subjektivität bei Husserl und Freud, Springer 2019).

> History of the development of Erfahrung und Urteil
> Genetic Method
> Origins of Logic
> Pre-predicative Experience and Subjectivity
> Knowledge and Life-World
> History, Social World and Psychoanalysis

The 3rd Research Summer School is open to anyone interested in phenomenological research. The participation fee is 50 € (240 zł). The participation of all Ukrainian refugees and other war refugees is free of charge.
The organisers invite all interested students and scholars to register as participants in the Research Summer School by sending an email to [email protected] (participation as listener). It is also possible to apply to present a phenomenologically-oriented project in small workshops moderated by the invited speakers of the conference.
Each outline presentation will be around 10 minutes followed by discussion of the project, suggestions of textual references, questions, recommendations, etc. by all participants in the workshop. Presenters are encouraged to indicate appropriate textual selections in advance. While participation in the workshops is expected by all student conference members, presentation in the workshops is voluntary and must be applied for.
To apply to present in a workshop, send an abstract of your project (500 words) and a cv (1 page) to [email protected] before July 10th. The abstract should provide a clear description of the project to be presented in the workshop. A limited number of proposals will be selected. Presenters will be notified by July, 20th.

Languages: English and German
Total Class Time: 30h
Scientific Direction: Prof. Jagna Brudzińska
Organizing Committee: Prof. Alice Pugliese and Prof. Lanei Rodemeyer

The Research Summer School is organized in cooperation with: Husserl-Archive, University of Cologne | Charles University, Prague | Duquesne University, Pittsburgh | Pennsylvania State University | Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences, Krems | University of Palermo | Sigmund Freud Institute – Frankfurt am Main | Merrimack College – Massachusetts | Polish Phenomenological Association| gPHEN International Network – Genetic Phenomenology and the Human Sciences