Sunday, August 7, 2016

NASPH 2016 Conference Papers

Six of the seven submitted papers to be presented at the 2016 NASPH conference are posted below. The last paper will be posted as soon as it becomes available. We encourage participants to read these papers beforehand to facilitate discussion.

Carolyn Culbertson, "The Inseparability of Reading and Writing: Cy Twombly and Roland Barthes"

Vladimir Dukic, "Heidegger on Wonder and the Future of Philosophy"

Jennifer Ann Gaffney, "When the World is at Stake: Arendt on Heidegger, Hermeneutics and the         Politics of Care"

Yusuke Okada, "Being that can be understood is language:Tracing its Wirkungsgeschichte"

Meili Steele, "Normative Disclosures"

Darren Walhof, "Affect in Dialogue and Solidarity"

Dan Tate
NASPH Secretary


Larry Creech said...

Does this organization still exist? I've been to the conference web site, followed links to previous conferences and papers, and most of the links are broken or the information is seriously dated. I'm also seeing what appear to be advertisements unrelated to hermeneutics. Can someone enlighten me regarding the association? I see papers that appear to be for the conference but it seems to be impossible to contact anyone associated with the organization,

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Anonymous said...

I think I'll be "unsubscribing" to the NASPH blog. I thought it was a legitimate site on hermeneutics, but it appears to be a commercial site with nothing more than advertising posts. Too bad. A blog on hermeneutics would really be nice, but I have no interest in disguised commercial wonks.