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Fenomenologia e Storia è stato rinviato

Rome (March 10, 2020)

In compliance with the Prime Ministerial Decree of 9 March 2020, the philosophy conference on the theme “Phenomenology and History”, scheduled for 20 March 2020, has been postponed.

We will take care to communicate the new date of the conference.

Painting : El Lissitzky, Untitled, 1920

If the theme of time is evidently decisive for phenomenology, history appears more neglected. Going “to things themselves”, founding philosophy as “rigorous science”: the Husserlian slogans trace a radically speculative path and are little inclined to the reconstruction of contingent data. However, in some moments of its development, the phenomenological movement has proved capable of recognizing the importance of history. So much so that it seems to become not only an object of study, but sometimes it comes to inflict a backlash on the method itself.

Is a phenomenology that is not historical then possible?

The meeting will attempt to answer this question, analyzing some authors and relevant theoretical junctions on the matter.

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09:00
Greetings from the academic authorities

09:15
The purposes of the story. Transcendental historicity as a phenomenological problem between Husserl and Dilthey
Renato Cristin
University of Trieste

10:15
The history and reactivation of the original in Husserl: The ‘origin of geometry’
Francesco Saverio Trincia
University of Rome La Sapienza

11:15
Break

11:30
The region and the event. Marginalia on the phenomenology of history
Adriano Ardovino
University of Studies “G. D’Annunzio “Chieti-Pescara

14:30
The first principle of phenomenology and the history of philosophy: The role of Kant
Francesco Valerio Tommasi
University of Rome La Sapienza
Pontifical University of Anselmo

15:30
History as a chiasma: Merleau-Ponty and the politicization of the question of expression
Judith Revel
Université Paris Nanterre

16:30
Break

16:45
Can we still undress Clio?
Philippe Richard
École Normale Catholique, Paris