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Thursday, 08.06.2017 - Saturday, 10.06.2017

Conference: Applicarions & Implications - Ethics and Metaphysics in Edith Stein's Philosophy

The Fourth Bi-Annual International Conference: Applications & Implications - Ethics and Metaphysics in Edith Stein’s Philosophy will be presented by the International Association for the Study of the Philosophy of Edith Stein, in collaboration with the University of Portland (USA), and the McNerney-Hanson Endowed Chair in Ethics.

Speakers:Sarah Borden Sharkey (Wheaton College), MichaelF.Andrews (University of Portland), Christof Betschart (University of Fribourg, Switzerland) and Suzanne M. Batzdorff

Edith Stein (1891–1942) never wrote a formal work of ethics, yet her philosophical corpus, especially her metaphysics, contains a plethora of ethical resources and ideas that can be mined to address various questions, themes or positions in contemporary ethics and metaphysics, including the relationship between the good and being, evil, limits, judgement, responsibility, personal identity, collective versus individual action and responsibility, moral guilt, and intention. Given the richness of Stein’s ideas, can her ethical insights be brought to bear on contemporary issues and ethical dilemmas? How would Stein respond to various ethical problems raised by dominant ethical schools, including utilitarianism, deontology, virtue ethics, pragmatism,and existentialism? Are there possible practical applications of Stein’s metaphysicsand ethics tocontemporary society? The International Association for the Study of the Philosophy of Edith Stein (IASPES) in collaborationwith the University of Portlandand the McNerney-Hanson Chair in Ethicsinvites abstracts (250 words maximum) dealing with the aforementioned theme. We also invite abstracts on any aspect of Stein’s philosophy.

CFP: (due to February 10th, 2017)