Samstag, Juni 21, 2014

Time Table of the 13th ICPP BEOGRAD

Tony & PHIL 18.8.2014 at 9 a.m.  Yalom´s Vision (Existential Therapy / Philosophical Practice)  in THE SCHOPENHAUER CURE

Conference program, 13th ICPP

14 August 2014

20.00: Welcome dinner, Metropol Palace hotel.


15. August 2014.

9.00-9.30: Registration

9.30-10.00: Welcome address (Professor Petar Bojanić, Director of the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory)

10.00-11.30: Plenary: Introductory lecture, Lou Marinoff (USA) (MSG)

11.30-12.00: Coffee break

12.00-13.30: Presentations:

Session 1 (1.5 hour): 1. Peter Harteloh (Netherlands): Philosophical practice as a new paradigm in philosophy; 2. Lydia Amir (Israel), Rationality and truth in philosophy and its practice (MSG).

Sesssion 2 (1.5 hour):  1. Minke Tromp (Netherlands): Polimorphous rationality and philosophical practice: Philosophy as working on and with polymorphous rationalities , 2.  Pia Houni (Finland): How Socratic Dialogue encourages people to talk (IFDT).

 Session 3 (1.5 hour): 1. Luisa de Paula (Italy): Out of the shadow: Philosophical practice as a laboratory of gender identity; 2. Antonio Sandu and Ana Caras (Romania):  Using appreciative inquiry in the construction of codes of ethics (RH1).

Session 4 (1.5 hour): 1. Dena Hurst (USA): Woman as healer; 2. Ibanga Ikpe (Botswana): Philosophical therapy and the insanity of war (RH2).

13.30-15.00: Lunch break

15:00-17.00: Plenary: Debate on Diagnosis in Philosophical Practice (moderator Aleksandar Fatic) (MSG).

17.00-17.30 Coffee break

17.30-19.00: Presentations:

Session 1 (1.5 hour): Ora Gruengard (Israel): Philosophical and cultural pluralism; 2. Jose Barrientos Rastrojo (Spain): PRT (Practicing-Reseearching-Training) ― A standard for Spain and Iberoamerica (MSG).

Session 2 (1.5 hour):  1. Roxana Kreimer (Argentina): Philosophy and philosophical practice from a stand up point of view; 2.Matias Österberg and Marianne Airisniemi (Finland) : The facilitator in Neo-socratic dialogue ― some reflections on problems and practical techniques; 2. (IFDT1).

Session 3 (1.5 hour):  1. Tetsuya Kono, Yohsuke Tsuchiya and Mai Miyata (Japan): Evaluating philosophical dialogue; 2. Helen Douglas (South Africa): Giving birth to Derrida’s mother (RH1).

Session 4 (1.5 hour):  1. Bernt Österman (Finland): Philosophising and neo-Socratic dialogue; 2. FinnThorbjørn Hansen (Denmark): In the beginning was the deed ― How philosophical practice can become an important element both in the phenomenological-oriented action research and creative and innovative university pedagogy (RH2).


16. August 2014

9.00-9.30: Registration

9.30-11.30: Masterclasses:

1.  Anders Lindseth (Norway): The beginnings of philosophical practice (IFDT).

2.  Detlef Staude (Switzerland): Everyone’s peculiar way of philosophical practice (RH1).

3. José Eustáquio Moreira de Carvalho (Brasil): Philosophical practice and overindebtedness (RH2).

11.30-12.00: Coffee Break

12.00-14.00: Plenary: Debate on philosophical practice in the East and in the West (moderator Peter Harteloh) (MSG).

14.00-15.30: Lunch break

15.30-17.00: Presentations:

Session 1 (1.5 hour): 1. Vaughana Feary (USA): Spirituality and philosophical practice: Group counseling with clients in crisis; 2. Young E. Rhee: Does philosophical practice need diagnosis? (IFDT1).

Session 2 (1.5 hour): 1. Dimitrios Dentsoras  (Canada): Two conceptions of happiness ― Flourishing and feeling happy;  Veronika Bogdanova (Russia): Personal and psychological aspects of the project of Enlightenment and its relationship to philosophical practice (RH1).

Session 3 (1.5 hour): 1. Sergey Borisov (Russia):  2. Donata Romizi (Austria): Philosophical practice in the secondary school: changing the way of teaching philosophy (RH2).

Session 4 (1.5 hour): 1. Jörn Kroll (USA): Hegel’s logic of transformation: Personal, interpersonal and social dynamics; 2. Eckart Ruschmann (Austria): Metaphysical concepts of lay philosophers (RH3).

17.00-17.30: Coffee break

17.30-19.00: Presentations:

Session 1 (1.5 hour): 1. José Barrientos Rastrojo (Spain): Philosophical practice based on experience as opposed to an analytic philosophical practice; 2. Jon Borowicz (USA): Treading the boundary of public and private (IFDT1).

Session 2 (1.5 hour): 1. Thomas Steinforth (Germany): Philosophical practice and the truth of desire; 2. Michael Picard: But is it philosophy? Cafe philosophy and the social coordination of inquiry (RH1).

Session 3 (1.5 hour): 1. Gerardo Primero (Argentina): The dialogue between philosophy and psychology; Bernt Österman (Finland): Philosophizing and neo-Socratic dialogue (RH2).

Session 4 (1.5 hour): 1. Leonid Dzhorzhovich Petryakov (Russia): Philosophical discourse against the marketing of illusions; 2. . Oriana Brücker (Switzerland): Practicing philosophy in the working place: Between utilitarianism and shared metaphysics (RH3).


17. August 2014

9.00-11.00: Plenary: Debate on Rationality and Experience in Philosophical Practice (moderated by Ora Gruengard) (MSG).

11.00-11.30: Coffee break

11.30-13.30: Masterclasses:

1. Lou Marinoff and Vauxana Feary (USA):  Philosophical Counseling (MSG)

2. Oscar Brenifier (France): Philosophical practice (IFDT1)

13.30-15.00: Lunch break

15.00-17.00: Workshops:

Session 1 (2 hours):  Peter Harteloh (Netherlands): A framework for diagnosis in philosophical counseling (MSG).

Session 2 (2 hours): Willi Fillinger (Switzerland): Philosophical practice and my life experience (IFDT1).

17.00-17.30: Coffee break.

17.00-18.30: Plenary: Ran Lahav (USA) lecture: Philosophical practice: Quo Vadis? (MSG).  

18.30-19.00: Assembly of all participants in front of MSG and walk to the Institution of Culture ‘Parobrod’ for philosophical cabaret performance.

19.00-20.15: Philosophical cabaret performance by Barbara Jones (USA), Parobrod Cultural Centre.


18 August 2014

9.00-11.00: Workshops:

Session 1 (2 hours):  V.M. Roth (Germany): Tony and Phil: Yalom’s literary vision of a co-operation in:  the schopenhauer cure (IFDT1). Existential Therapy & Philosophical Practice. Bibliotherapy

Session 2 (2 hours): Zoran Kojčić (Croatia): Mobile philosophy (RH1).

Session 3 (2 hours): Bruno Ćurko (Croatia): The ‘Game of defining’ (RH2).

Session 4 (2 hours): Miloš Jeremić (Serbia): Hermeneutics with children (RH3).

Session 5 (2 hours): Michael Noah Weiss (Norway): Daimonion ― A workshop on guided imagery and Socrates’ inner voice (IFDT2).

11.00-11.30: Coffee break

11.30-13.00: Presentations:

Session 1 (1.5 hour):  1. Takako Ijiri (Japan): Philosophical practice for high school students after the Great East Japan Earthquake on 3 November 2011; 2. Игорь Невважай (Russia): Правовая философия как перспектива философской практики (consecutive translation Viktoria Chernyenko) (IFDT1).

Session 2 (1.5 hour): 1. Rastko Jovanov  (Serbia): Hegel on the therapeutic dimensions of state and philosophy;  2. Aleksandra Bulatović (Serbia): Philosophical counseling as a tool to enhance social well-being (RH1).

Session 3 (1.5 hour): 1. Gordana Medić-Simić (Serbia): On encouraging the ‘inner guidance’;  2. Katarina Martinović (Serbia): Application of Christian philosophy to working with parents of children with developmental disabilities (RH2).

Session 4 (1.5 hour): 1. Maria Neves (Portugal): The phenomenology of dreams in philosophical practice; 2.  Aleksandar Fatić (Serbia): Recognising conflict in philosophical counseling: What can Hegel contribute to philosophical practice (RH3).

13.00-15.30: Lunch break

15.30-17.00: Plenary: Election of the host of the 14th ICPP (MSG). / MUNICH ?

18.00-19.30 Lou Marinoff’s address with consecutive translation into Serbian, on his book Plato not Prozac, organized by Lou’s Serbian publisher, Plato, in the premises of Plato Publishing House, Knez Mihajlova St., followed by book signing (Serbian language edition). Conference participants are welcome to attend.

20.00: Farewell reception for the participants.

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