The Peruvian Circle of Phenomenology and Hermeneutics new virtual conference series kicks off with Rosemary Rizo Patrón and Felipe León.
Representations, Images, and Social Imaginaries
Virtual Conference Series
March 5th (Sat) 2022
To participate, please request the Zoom link up to three days before the session at the following e-mail address: [email protected]
17:30 – 18:05 (CET)
Open Panel Discussion
18:15 – 19:15 (CET)
Rosemary Rizo Patrón (CIphER PUCP), Husserl and The Systems View of Life
19:25 – 20:25 (CET)
Felipe León (University of Copenhagen), Investigating the sense of belonging: contributions from phenomenology and social psychology
The transfer of models, techniques, methods, concepts, know-hows and theories is one of the central features of current scientific knowledge production and it is prominent in interdisciplinary research practices. For example, knowledge transfers occur when psychologists’ tool sets explain economic agents’ behaviors (Herfeld and Lisciandra 2019) or when phenomenological concepts and techniques serve to improve medical practices or evaluate ethical dilemmas (Svenaeus 2021). Other transfers from or towards phenomenology include the eidetic analyses of image consciousness in visual studies (Flusser 1983; Wiesing 2005; Ferencz-Flatz 2016); the transformation of transcendental phenomenology pushed forward by media studies (Waldenfels 2006; Alloa 2011; Majkut 2010); the application of phenomenological techniques for understanding the transformation of social imaginaries (Ricoeur 1986); and the questioning of the limits of phenomenology by social imaginaries, which give way to the generative field (Steinbock 2017). The term “transfer” thus designates the extension of theoretical resources to domains other than the ones in which they were initially formulated.
Peruvian Circle of Phenomenology and Hermeneutics
Rodrigo Y. Sandoval