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GIP Lecture "Relationality, pluriversality, and care as foundations for ecosocial transitions"

mit Professor Arturo Escobar

Arturo Escobar
Professor of Anthropology Emeritus (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA)

Mi, 24. Juli 2024,  18:00 Uhr (CEST)
online via Zoom

The conceptual ensemble of rationality, pluriversality and care is emerging as 
a powerful gathering narrative for civilizational transitions against terricidio (terricide) and as the foundation for an ethical and political praxis towards new visions of the human, life, and the world. The presentation discusses trends associated with these concepts, highlighting new narratives of life being crafted at the interface of Latin American territorial struggles and critical academic work.

Um an der Veranstaltung teilzunehmen melden Sie sich bitte hier an: niels.weidtmannspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de

Fellow Life

Fellow Lunch Talks

Die Lunch Talk Series lädt internationale Fellows und Tübinger Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler ein, sich in entspannter Atmosphäre während der Mittagspause auszutauschen.
Jeden Monat stellt ein Fellow der Universität Tübingen seine Forschung vor. Jeder Lunch Talk findet an einem anderen Ort in Tübingen statt, um sich jenseits der konventionellen Hörsäle und Seminarräume kennenzulernen und zu vernetzen.

Lust, Ihre Forschung vorzustellen und andere Tübinger Fellows und Wissenschaftler:innen kennzulernen? Wir freuen uns über Ihr Interesse: info@uni-tuebingen.de

Focus Group Events

Ausführliche Informationen zu den einzelnen Focus Groups finden Sie hier

Neuroscience and Society

Weitere Veranstaltungen mit Vittorio Gallese

24. Juni
"The Embodiment of Language"

24. Juni 2024, 10.00 Uhr
"The Embodiment of Language"
Am Lehrstuhl von Prof. Dr. Barbara Kaup

27. Juni 2024
"The artification of habits. From tools to symbols"

27. Juni 2024, 18.00 Uhr
"The artification of habits. From tools to symbols"
Am Lehrstuhl von Prof. Nicholas Conard

28. Juni 2024
"Emotions and affect in aesthetics. A neuroscientific perspective"

28. Juni 2024, 16.15 Uhr
"Emotions and affect in aesthetics. A neuroscientific perspective"
Am Lehrstuhl von Prof. Dr Hong Yu Wong 

9. Juli 2024
Podiumsdiskussion "Mirroring Society in Neuroscience"

9. Juli 2024, 19.00 Uhr,
Audimax, Neue Aula (Geschwister-Scholl-Platz) : "Mirroring Society in Neuroscience" Interdisziplinäre Podiumsdiskussion mit Prof. Dr. Andreas Heinz (Charité Berlin)
Organisiert durch das College of Fellows

Mehr Informationen hier.

Vorträge und Vortragsreihen

Humboldt Lecture Series

Die Humboldt Lecture Series lädt Fellows der Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung ein, ihre Forschung in einem interdisziplinären Kontext vorzustellen und bietet einen Treffpunkt für alle internationalen Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler an der Universität Tübingen.
Die Humboldt Lecture Series wird vom College of Fellows und dem Welcome Center der Universität Tübingen in Kooperation mit dem Humboldt-Club Tübingen und mit Unterstützung der Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung organisiert.

Hier finden Sie das vollständige Programm für die Lecture Series im Wintersemester 2023/24.

Global Encounters Lecture Series

​Die Global Encounter Lecture Series wird in Kooperation mit der Global Encounters research platform der Universität Tübingen organisiert. Die Plattform bringt unter dem Titel "Global Encounters" Forscher:innen aus den Sozial- und Geisteswissenschaften zusammen, die die sozialen und kulturellen Auswirkungen von Mobilität und Kommunikation untersuchen.

Weitere Termine der Global Encounters Series

24. Juli 2024
Ponni Arasu

Dr. Ponni Arasu
"Tanty, the divine mother and I: Histories and Everyday Praxis of finding hope and belonging in/as resistance by Tamil women in Tamil Nadu and Trinidad"

Mi, 24. Juli 2024, 18.00 Uhr 
Großer Senat, Neue Aula
(Geschwister-Scholl-Platz, Tübingen)
und online via Zoom:  https://zoom.us/j/93224833711

Weitere Informationen folgen in Kürze.

GIP Lecture Series

Die Online-Vortragsreihe findet in Kooperation mit der Gesellschaft für Interkulturelle Philosophie statt. Die GIP bemüht sich, Interkulturlle Philosophie als methodologischen Standpunkt, mit dem eine Annäherung aller Weltphilosophien untereinander ermöglicht werden kann, in Vorträgen, in Forschung und Lehre und in Diskussionsrunden bekannt zu machen.

Nächste GIP-Lecture

Prof. Dr. Yohei Kageyama (Philosophy, Kwansei Gakuin University)
"Kitaro Nishida with and against the Openness of the Phenomenological Concept of the World ― Pure Experience, Place, Dialectical Universal "

Do, 11. Juli 2024, 18:00 Uhr (CET)
Hybrid (Raum 003, Keplerstr. 2, Tübingen / Zoom)

Anmeldung zur Teilnahme über Zoom per Mail an: niels.weidtmannspam prevention@cof.uni-tuebingen.de

Abstract und Bio

Prof. Dr. Yohei Kageyama (Philosophy, Kwansei Gakuin University):
"Kitaro Nishida with and against the Openness of the Phenomenological Concept of the World ― Pure Experience, Place, Dialectical Universal"

Abstract
Throughout his philosophical career, Kitaro Nishida tackled the philosophical concept of the “world”. The world is not just one of the themes Nishida discussed but is the milestone for his entire philosophical system from the early to the late period, as he characterized his fundamental concepts of “pure experience”, “place” and “dialectical universal” respectively as the “world”. 

In the context of intercultural philosophy, Klaus Held (1995/1997) argued that ”openness” as the most fundamental feature of the phenomenological concept of the “world” is comparable to an East-Asian concept of “emptiness (Ku)”, since both concepts refer to what gives space for all entities to appear in the experience. Acknowledging Held’s argument, in this presentation, I will still analyze and highlight the unique character of “openness” in Nishida’s concepts of the world, which does not “withdraw (entzieht)” itself like the phenomenological world but instead “mirrors” all entities. This character permeates and expresses itself in each phase of Nishida’s thinking. 

1.    Early Philosophy of “Pure Experience”: The all-encompassing reality of pure experience accommodates and gives space for the infinite becoming of new moments in experience. 

2.    Middle Philosophy of “Place (basyo)”: The primordial facticity of intentional experience is itself considered to be the “place” that “mirrors” and provides space for subjective consciousness and its objective correlates. Unlike Heidegger’s concept of the world, this “place” does not “withdraw” itself from entities. 

3.    Late Philosophy of “Dialectical Universal”: Nishida unifies and comprehends the facticity of “place” and countless historical entities in their inseparability, like two sides of the same coin. This results in a unique understanding of the “openness” of the historical world that Nishida calls “eschatology,” which fundamentally differs from phenomenological concepts of historical turn, such as Heidegger’s “other beginning.”
 

Bio
Yohei Kageyama is a professor at Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan. He first trained in phenomenology in Tokyo and Wuppertal. Having published several articles primarily on Heidegger, as well as on French phenomenology and Hegel, he began studying the history of modern Japanese philosophy. His overall research interests include phenomenological ontology and the history of contemporary philosophy, focusing on the historical plurality of phenomenological experience. From 2019 to 2021, he served as a member of an international research project, “Becoming of Philosophy in East-Asia,” at the International Research Center for Japanese Studies in Kyoto (Hosei University, 2022). In Heidegger studies, he is an editorial member of The Heidegger Handbook in Japan (Showa-do, 2021) and has collaborated with U.S. and European scholars to explore the literary resonance of Heidegger in various cultures worldwide (Rowman & Littlefield, 2021). Since 2022, he has been working with scholars from China (Mainland, Taiwan), Korea, the Philippines, and Iran for the Heidegger Circle in Asia, which will also take place this year in Rome. His book, Introduction to Philosophy Beginning with Questions, was translated into Korean (Kobun-sha, 2021/Munyechunchusa, 2022). He is currently staying in Coventry, U.K., as a visiting professor at the University of Warwick.

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