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Tübingen Phenomenological Colloquium

Since its foundation by Edmund Husserl around 1900, Phenomenological Philosophy has been one of the decisive currents in philosophy. Since then, it has undergone a multifaceted development from which such diverse independent philosophies have emerged as philosophical hermeneutics, alterity thinking and structural phenomenology. In addition, it is in close research contact with numerous other disciplines. Examples of this are the concept of life-world, which plays a decisive role in the social sciences; the phenomenology of the body, which promotes body-turn in the cognitive sciences; the phenomenology of inner time consciousness; the phenomenology of moods and emotions; the phenomenology of religion, and many others. All these fields of research bear witness to the enormous interdisciplinary importance of phenomenology in the present.


The Tübingen Phenomenological Colloquium aims to make phenomenology visible in its interdisciplinary topicality and in its entire breadth. To this end, CIIS invites phenomenologists from all over the world to present their work to an interested university audience and to discuss it with students.

Current events

Prof. Dr. Tetsuri Kato, Nagoya/University of Hildesheim: „Unterweg zur politischen Philosophie als alltägliche Praxis: Vom späten Foucault zum japanischen Konfuzianismus in der frühen Edo-Zeit“

19th of January 2021

The lecture is public. In addition, a non-public workshop discussion with students will take place.

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Prof. Dr. Waldenfels, University of Bochum: Responsivität und Korresponsivität aus phänomenologischer Sicht

9th of Januar 2020, 18:15, Forum Scientiarum (now CIIS), Hörsaal

The lecture is public. In addition, a non-public workshop discussion with students will take place.

Earlier events

Dr. Annette Hilt, University of Mainz: „Eine Phänomenologie des Sozialen? Zu Strukturen einer geteilten Welt bei Eugen Fink“

9th of December 2019, 18:15 Forum Scientiarum (now CIIS), Hörsaal

The lecture is public. In addition, a non-public workshop discussion with students will take place.

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Prof. Dr. Inga Römer, Grenoble: Realismus als Herausforderung der Philosophie im Denken der Gegenwart

9th of July 2019, 18:15

The lecture is public. In addition, a non-public workshop discussion with students will take place.

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Dr. Hanspeter Padrutt, Zürich: Naturwissenschaftlich-technische Denkweise und „Poetische Welterhörung“

21st of May 2019, 18:15

The lecture is public. In addition, a non-public workshop discussion with students will take place.

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Professor Dr. Hiroshi Abe, Kyoto: „Tetsuro Watsujis Ethik ”

17th of July 2018, 20:15. Forum Scientiarum, Hörsaal

The lecture is public. In addition, a non-public workshop discussion with students will take place.

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Associate Professor Dr. Bogdan Minca, Bukarest: „Platon und Heidegger über das Hermeneutische”

12th June 2018 , 18:15. Forum Scientiarum, Hörsaal

The lecture is public. In addition, a non-public workshop discussion with students will take place.