The BPC Workshop Series meets periodically to discuss work by BPC members or visitors under two formats–traditional talks and working group sessions. The working group sessions offer rigorous, constructive feedback on works in progress. The presenter gives a brief outline of the paper (30 min), followed by discussion (60 min). Papers are distributed a week in advance to be read prior to the meeting.
March 29, 2019 – James Kinkaid (BU/BC), “Phenomenology and the Stratification of Reality” [4pm, School of Theology, STH 541, Boston University]
March 27, 2019 – Len Lawlor (Penn State), “The Ultimate Meaning of Counter-Actualization: On the Ethics of the Univocity of Being in Deleuze’s Logic of Sense” [3:30pm, Hovey House Library, Boston College]
April 16 – Gustavo Gómez Pérez (Pontífica Universidad Javeriana, Colombia), “Being-Deceived. Heidegger and the Question of Deception” [11am, Stokes Hall North N228, Boston College]
May 23 – Jesse Lopes (BU), “Husserl’s Language of Thought” [4pm, School of Theology 508, Boston College]
07 Jul 2018 – Bettina Bergo (Montréal), “Husserl and the Political”
31 May 2018 – Jesse Lopes (BU), “Description & Explanation in Husserl & Cognitive Science”; Takaaki Matsui (Dartmouth), “Husserl’s Transcendental Idealism as a Global Deflationary Realism”