Program and Papers from the 2010 Chicago meeting

Program and Papers from the 2010 Chicago meeting

The Max Scheler Society of North America (MSSNA) held its biannual meeting in conjunction with the meeting of the Central Division of the American Philosophical Association, February 17-20, 2010, at the Palmer House Hilton Hotel in Chicago, Illinois.

The intent of the society and the meeting was to foster a critical discussion of Max Scheler’s work and its broader philosophical significance, both among North American philosophers, and among the international community of philosophers throughout the world. This meeting was dedicated to the work and memory of Manfred S. Frings. A session of the meeting was devoted to his work. One session was devoted to papers dealing in some respect with the thought of Dr. Frings.

PROGRAM AND PAPERS (click on links)

Thursday, February 18, 9am-12pm

On the Interpenetration of Nature and Spirit: The Philosophical Anthropologies of Max Scheler and Edmund Husserl
———-Christina Gould, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Transcendence and Corporeality
———-Michael Gabel, Universität Erfurt, Germany

Interrelations between the Philosophical Anthropology of Max Scheler and Michael Bachtin
———-Daniil Dorofeev, S.-Petersburg University of Telecommunication, Russia

“The Operation called Philosophical Anthropology. Scheler and Plessner: Affinity and Rivalry”
———-Joachim Fischer, Technische Universität Dresden

Contributions to a Phenomenological Sociology of Knowledge
———-Eric Mohr, Duquesne University

Friday, February 19, 7:15-10:15pm

In Remembrance of the Life and Work of Manfred S. Frings
———-Karin Frings

“’Time’ in and memories of Manfred S. Frings”
———-Kenneth Stikkers, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Scheler within the context of the ideas of 1914
———-Suzan Gottlöber, National University of Ireland Maynooth

“Vital Sympathy and the Cognitive Foundations of Environmental Ethics”
———-John White, Franciscan University

CONTACT INFORMATION
Zachary Davis
Department of Philosophy, St. Johns Hall, B20
St. John’s University, 8000 Utopia Parkway
Jamaica, New York 11439
(718) 990-5256 or davisz@stjohns.edu

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