Stein’s and Husserl’s intertwined Itineraries 1916-25 Conference Program

Stein’s and Husserl’s intertwined Itineraries 1916-25 with focus on Ideas II – Program

Thursday 20 May 2021 (UTC/CEST+2)

Name Title Chair
9.00-9.30 Hagengruber/Lebech Address of Welcome


The text of Ideas II and the collaboration between Stein and Husserl
9.30-10.15 Francis B. Payo Husserl and Stein on empathy: paving a way towards integration
10.15-11.00 Anna Varga-Jani The Collaboration of Husserl and Stein: Historical and Phenomenological Approaches
11.00-11.30 break
11.30-12.15 Emanuele Caminada Gemeingeist: a controversial entity between Stein and Husserl?
12.15-13.00 Margarethe Hackermeier Die Wirkungsgeschichte der Ideen II als gemeinsames Werk: wird es durch die neue Edition geändert?
13.00-14.15 Break for lunch
Contrasting Stein’s and Husserl’s positions
14.15-15.00 Francesca De Vecchi I, you, and we: varieties of heterotropic intentionality and personal collectives – issues from Stein’s and Husserl’s qualitative social ontology
15.00-15.45 James McGuirk Empathy and learning in Husserl, Stein, and Arendt
15.45-16.15 break
16.15-17.00 Kathleen Haney The Other and the Possibility of Transcendental Intersubjectivity in Husserl and Stein

Paul O’Hagan

Us & Them: Stein, Adorno & The Social Constitution of Identity

Friday 21 May 2021 (UTC/CEST+2)

Ideas II and (transcendental?) Intersubjectivity
9.00-9.45 Valentina Gaudiano The living Body: common roots in Husserl and Stein and first differences with Stein’s Psychic Causality as regards the ‘Core of the Person’
Julia Jansen
Stein and Husserl on Valuing
10.30-11.00 Break
11.00-11.45 Sara Heinämaa The constitution of the body in Husserl and Stein: Subjective and intersubjective dimensions
11.45-12.30 Angela Ales Bello Rethinking Edmund Husserl’s and Edith Stein’s Philosophical Anthropology and Metaphysics
12.30-14.00 Break for lunch
Ideas II and philosophical anthropology
14.00-14.45 George Heffernan Weltanschauung, Weltbild, or Weltauffassung? Stein on the Significance of Husserl’s Way of Looking at the World
14.45-15.30 Mariéle Wulf Stein’s Philosophical Anthropology as a completion of Husserl’s project for a foundation of the sciences?
15.30-16.00 break
16.00-16.45 Antonio Calcagno The Rise of the Impersonal: Challenges to Edith Stein’s and Edmund Husserl’s Concept of Personhood
16.45-17.30 Mette Lebech Transcendental Intersubjectivity and Philosophical Anthropology – Husserl’s and Stein’s reasons for taking the other human person for transcendentally granted
17.30-18.00 General discussion


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