Phenomenological Perspectives on Empathy and the Significance of Empirical Research Women in Phenomenology: Edith Stein

04.10.2019 - 05.10.2019
[015A020003] Sitzungszimmer SZ 15.21, Universitätsstraße 15 Bauteil A, 2 Stock

Friday, October 4, 2019


09.30-10.00: Opening (Philipp Berghofer & Sonja Rinofner-Kreidl)

10.00-11.00: Alessandro Salice (University College Cork): Emotions, empathy, and self-knowledge

11.00-11.45: Matías Graffigna (University of Göttingen): Attempt at a systematic presentation of the phenomenological theory of empathy. Re-Reading Husserl and Stein

11.45-12.30: Zachary Joachim (Boston University): Presence, logical domains, and the disunity of real being

12.30-14.30: Lunch

14.30-15.30: Anna Varga-Jani (Pázmány Péter Catholic University): Reality and the question of being. Hedwig Conrad-Martius's influence on Edith Stein

15.30-16.15: Manuela Massa (MLU): Edith Stein's reflections on empathy in the paragraph "The Controversy Between the View of Idea and that of Actuality"

16.15-16.30: Coffee Break

16.30-17.15: Francesca De Vecchi (UniSR): Eidetics of empathy and phenomenology as qualitative ontology

17.15-18.00: Francesca Forlè (UniSR): Bodily expressions and feelings. A Steinian account

18.30: Dinner



Saturday, October 5, 2019


10.00-11.00: Liliana Albertazzi (University of Trento): Understanding brackets: The interplay between eidetic and experimental phenomenology

11.00-11.45: Marek Pokropski (University of Warsaw): Integrating phenomenology with cognitive sciences. A functionalistic approach

11.45-12.30: Stefano Vincini (University of Parma): The first empathy: A concrete interaction between phenomenology and empirical research

12.30-14.30: Lunch

14.30-15.30: Andrea Staiti (University of Parma): Edith Stein's defense of phenomenology in the context of objections to Husserl's Ideas I

15.30-15.45: Coffee Break

15.45-16.30: Michael Wallner (University of Graz): Essence, imagination, and empathy

16.30-17.15: Jaakko Belt (University of Tampere): Towards an inclusivist and fallibilist account of eidetic variation