Upcoming conferences and workshops
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Workshop "Postphenomenology, Technoscience and Hermeneutics"
May 4-7, 2020, workshop "Postphenomenology, Technoscience and Hermeneutics", teacher: Don Ihde, professor emeritus of Stony Brook University
Seminars take place every day at 10:00-13:30, public lectures on May 4, 5 and 6 at 16-18. One day seminars are replaced by practical work.
Readings for the workshop, to be read through beforehand:
Ihde, Don 2009, Postphenomenology and Technoscience
Ihde, Don 1993, Postphenomenology. Essays in the Postmodern Context, Introduction: Postphenomenology, pp 1-8
Ihde, Don 1998, Expanding Hermeneutics. Visualism in Science, pp 1-25 and part 4 Expanding hermeneutics, pp 139-198
Verbeek, Peter-Paul 2003, Material Hermeneutics. Techne 6:3, pp 91-96
Friis et al 2012, Book Symposium on Don Ihde's Expanding Hermeneutics: Visualism in Science, Philosophy and Technology, Vol 25, No. 2, pp. 249-270
The workshop is appropriate for students of all levels, beginning from advanced bachelor level, and also all other interested people are welcome. It is necessary to register beforehand. Students can obtain 3 ECTS for the workshop, for which they must submit a short essay by an appointed deadline.
More detailed information will become available during the spring semester.
Contact: Ave Mets (avemets [ät] ut.ee)