Program

TIME: Past and Future in Philosophy of Religion

3rd Nordic Conference in Philosophy of Religion

Copenhagen 23-25 June

Thursday June 23, 2011

17:00-18:00:   Registration

18:00-19:30:   Rebecca Comay (Toronto)

Repetition, destruction, and the tabula rasa: David’s ‘Death of Marat’

 

Friday June 24, 2011

09:00-10:30:   Werner Stegmaier (Greifswald)

Vergangenheit in der Zukunft: Nietzsches Nachricht vom ‘Tod Gottes’

 

Coffee Break

 

11:00-12:30:   Short papers: 30 (20+10) minutes each

  • Jonna Bornemark (Sweden):

Husserl’s analysis of time and the phenomenology of religious experience

  • Øystein Brekke (Norway):

On the subject of epigenesis

  • Zoran Mimica (Zagreb/Vienna/London):

Time in Hegel and the End of History

 

Lunch Break

 

14:00-15:30: Short papers: 30 (20+10) minutes each 

  • Mads Peter Karlsen (Denmark):

‘The wound that prevents us from dying’ – reflections on death drive, immortality,and time

  • Lars Sandbeck (Denmark):

Time-out. Against a Theology of the Event

  •  Jan-Olav Henriksen (Norway):

‘I need time for myself’. The importance of time for religious selfhood – a philosophical consideration

 

Break

 

16:00-17:30:   Arne Grøn (Copenhagen)

Time and Transcendence

18:30:              Dinner 

 

Saturday June 25, 2011

09:00-10:30:   Philipp Stoellger (Rostock)

Philosophy of Religion – and it’s Sense for the Impossible

 

Coffee Break

 

11:00-12:30: Short papers: 30 (20+10) minutes each 

  • Valentina Spune (Latvia):

The Fictionality of Time in Thomas Aquinas?

  •  Diana Rigtrup (Denmark):

Orientation in Crisis Situations

  • Therese Bering Solten (Denmark):

Re-calling the Future. Perspectives on Time in Paul Ricoeur and N.F.S. Grundtvig

 

Lunch Break

 

14:00-15:00    Short papers: 30 (20+10) minutes each

  • Marius Timmann Mjaaland (Norway):

Asking forTime: Heidegger in the Augustinian Refugium

DOWNLOAD TEXT: Heidegger: "Quid est tempus?"

  • Ulrik Houlind Rasmussen (Denmark):

Back to the Future: Re-opening the Futures of the Past

 

Coffee  Break

 

15:30-17:00:   Short papers: 30 (20+10) minutes each

  •  Joseph Ballan (Chicago, USA)

Liturgy, Festival, and the Problem of Inoperative Time in Contemporary Thought

  •  Carsten Pallesen (Denmark):

The Northern Prince Syndrome

  • Iben Damgaard (Denmark):

On the Uses and Disadvantages of Nietzsche’s Critique of the Burden of History

 

Break

 

17:30-19:00:   Claudia Welz (Copenhagen)

The future of the Past: Memory, Forgetting, and Personal Identity

19:30:              Drinks and evening dinner

 

Registration and Funding

For registration, please send an email by 1st June, 2011 to uhr@teol.ku.dk or cp@teol.ku.dk. For other questions concerning reimbursement, contact m.t.mjaaland@teologi.uio.no.

Members of PRINE and NSPR may get travel and accommodation costs refunded up to the sum of 500 Euro against original receipts. Please confer http://www.tf.uio.no/english/research/networks/prine/refunds/ for further information concerning reimbursement.

Tags: Time, Analytical Philosophy, Future, Present, Pragmatics, Past, Phenomenology
Published May 13, 2011 2:20 PM - Last modified June 24, 2011 11:50 PM