Le 3e colloque international de l’ENOJP (European Network of Japanese Philosophy) à Paris

Le 3e colloque international de l’ENOJP (European Network of Japanese Philosophy) se tiendra à Paris les 2, 3 et 4 novembre 2017 dans les locaux de l’INALCO et de l’université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

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Program and Abstracts (pdf)

Thursday, 2 November
8.30–9.00 Registration (inalco, Foyer [in front of the Auditorium 1])
Auditorium 1
9.00–9.30 Welcome and Introduction: Takeshi Morisato (enojp & Université libre de Bruxelles); President of the Organizing Committee: Takako Saitō; Emeritus Professor of the University of Paris 7: Yvon Brès
Auditorium 1
9.30–11.00 Keynote Address
Chair: Laurentiu Andrei
Michael Lucken, Le «Japon grec» : réflexion sur l’imagination des cultures
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11:00–11:30 Coffee & Tea Break
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11.30–12.30 panel sessions
Room 3.03
Panel 1: Philosophy of Nature
Chair: Felipe Ferrari
• Kristýna Vojtíšková: Imanishi Kinji on Time and History
• Roman Paşca: On Nature and the Universe in the Tokugawa Period: Parables, Fables and Illustrations as Philosophical Discourse
Room 3.11
Panel 2: Self, Other and Individualism
Chair: Amanda Soyanara Fernandes
• Rossa Ó Muireartaigh: Self or Other, or Other: Exploring the Ideological Tensions in Suzuki and Tanabe through the Concepts of jiriki and tariki
• Jordanco Sekulovski: In-Between the Isoalted-Self: Watsuji’s Critique of Western Individualism
Room 3.15
Panel 3: Translation and Philosophy of Language
Chair: Pierre Bonneels
• Juan Ignacio García de las Peñas Otero: Nishi Amane and Auguste Comte: A Positivism Inheritance
• Florencia Di Rocco: Étymologie, histoire et grammaire de la couleur au Japon : Kitahara à l’épreuve de Wittgenstein
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12.30–14.30 Lunch
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14.30–16.00 panel sessions
Room 3.03
Panel 4: Nishida and Comparative Philosophy
Chair: Felipe Ferrari
• Leon Krings: Nishida’s Theory of Embodiment: The Historical Body and Self-Cultivation
• Montserrat Crespín: Sketches about Japanese Philosophy of Law: Transplants, Rejections and Convergences
• Francesca Greco: The Possibility of Spatial Origins: A Cross-Cultural Approach to the Platonic χώρα
Room 3.11
Panel 5: Pathways in Nishitani’s Philosophy
Chair: Rossa Ó Muireartaigh
• Carlos Barbosa: Mind as Relation: What Can Cognitive Science Learn from Nishitani’s Philosophy?
• Kyle Shuttleworth: Alienation and Authenticity within Contemporary Japanese Society
• Amanda Sayonara Fernandes Prazeres: Nothingness and freedom: A comparative analysis between Nishitani Keiji and Meister Eckhart’s perspectives
Room 3.15
Panel 6: Aesthetics and Poetics
Chair: Pierre Bonneels
• Arthur Mitteau: Esthétique, religion et laïcité chez Ernest Fenollosa et Okakura Tenshin
• Masumi Sunaba-Sevrin: La dialectique et le symbolisme : une lecture de La Philosophie artistique de Valéry de Hajime Tanabe
• Suguru Kawasato: Le point de vue commun sur l’art de Bergson et Zeami
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16:00–16:30 Coffee & Tea Break
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16:30–19:15 Ōmori Shōzō Workshop
Avec le soutien de l’institut universitaire de France
16:30–18:00 Session 1
Amphitheatre 4
Chair: Elie During & Shin Abiko
• Tatsuya Higaki: Ōmori Shōzō’s Philosophy of Kasane-egaki (Superimposed Description)
• Pierre Bonneels: L’empirisme tremblant du langage dans l’œuvre de jeunesse du philosophe japonais Ōmori Shōzō : Comment traduire les concepts logiques d’Ōmori Shōzō en français?
• Masaki Harada: Temps et ego de troisième personne comme fabrications du langage
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17:45–18:00 Coffee & Tea Break
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18:00–19:30 session 2
Chair: Elie During & Shin Abiko
• Michel Dalissier: Le bon sens est-il la chose du monde la mieux partagée? Sens commun et vie ordinaire chez Ōmori Shōzō
• Akinobu Kuroda: Où est le cœur? Une dernière philosophie d’Ōmori Shōzō
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19.30– Dinner & Reception
* Recent Publications of the enojp members will be displayed
at the Entrance Hall

Friday, 3 November
9.00–9.30 Registration (inalco, Foyer)
Auditorium 1
9.30–11.00 Keynote Address
Chair: Raquel Bouso
John C. Maraldo, Reconceptualizing “dignity” from the perspective of Watsuji Tetsurō
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11.00–11.30 Coffee & Tea Break
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11.30–12.30 panel sessions
Room 3.11
Panel 7: Nishida’s Philosophy in Dialogue
Chair: Yū Inutsuka
• Takako Saitō: La philosophie kantienne et La quête du Bien (1911) de Nishida Kitarō
• Simitzi G. Sofia: William James and Nishida Kitarō: On the Edge of Experience in a Global Era
Room 3.15
Panel 8: Kuki and the Problem of Metaphysics
Chair: Pierre Bonneels
• Simon Ebersolt: La rencontre comme phénomène originaire. Kuki Shūzō, phénoménologue de la contingence
• Kentarō Otagiri: L’être comme contingent : un essai sur l’être chez Heidegger
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12.30–14.30 Lunch
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14.30–16.00 panel sessions
Room 3.03
Panel 9: Watsuji and Philosophy of Nature
Chair: Kyle Shuttleworth
• David W. Johnson: Fūdo 風土: History, Language, and Philosophy
• Wawrzyn Warkocki: Φύσις et 風土: Heidegger, Watsuji et le sens du monde
• Yū Inutsuka: Watsuji and Nishida on the Predictability of Nature
Room 3.11
Panel 10: Pathways in Nishida’s Philosophy
Chair: Leon Krings
• Jonatan Navarro: The Relationship of Matter and Idea in Nishida Kitarō’s Concept of “Active Intuition”
• Mika Imono: Transformation du corps et de la conscience à travers l’apprentissage des kata (型)
• Raphaël Pierres: Ego et Jiko. Esquisse pour une étude comparée des formes du problème de l’intériorité
Room 3.15
Panel 11: Kuki’s Contigency in Comparison
Chair: Carlos Barbosa
• Kazuaki Oda: Primary Contingency and Absolute Nothing: Being and Nothing in the Philosophy of Kuki Shūzō and Nishida Kitarō
• Takashi Okinaga: “Originary Event” and “Spontaneous Breaking of Symmetry”: The Attitudes of Kuki Shūzō and Nanbu Yoichiro toward the Causal Law
• Hans Peter Liederbach: Betweenness and Contingency: Watsuji and Kuki on the Logic of Encounter
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16.00–16.30 Coffee & Tea Break
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16.30–18.00 panel sessions
Room 3.03
Panel 12: Ueda Shizuteru
Chair: Raquel Bouso
• Yukiko Kuwayama: Being With and In Language: Understanding Ueda Shizuteru’s Concept of Urwort (根源語)
• Adam Loughnane: Hollowness or Opening: Poetic Language in the Philosophy of Ueda and Heidegger
Room 3.11
Panel 13: Interreligious Philosophy
Chair:Roman Paşca
• Eriko Shimamura: Ignatian Spirituality and Zen Buddhism: An Example of Inculturation and Interreligious dialogues in Japan
• Naoki Kuwabara: Pedro Gomez and the Japanese Buddhism in the 16th and the 17th Century
• Paulus Kaufmann: Kūkai as Philosopher
Room 3.15
Panel 14: Intercultural Philosophy
Chair: Leon Krings
• Niklas Söderman: Potential for Emancipation?: Kyoto School as Critical Philosophy
• Ralf Müller: Japanese Philosophy as Translation: Expanding Hermeneutics for Intercultural Dialogue
• Lucas dos Reis Martins: The Indianization of European Philosophies in Japan: 哲学 (tetsugaku) as Critical Case
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18.00–18.15 Cofee & Tea Break
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18.15–19.15 Break & Board Member Meeting
Chair: Takeshi Morisato
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19.30 Dinner

Saturday, 4 November
8.45–9.15 Registration (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, Room: Amphitheatre Bachelard)
Amphitheatre Bachelard
9.15–9.30 Welcome and Introduction: Laurent Jaffro (Professor of Moral Philosophy, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
9.30–12.30 Comparative Philosophy Workshop
9:30–11:00 Session 1
Amphitheatre Bachelard
Chair: Akinobu Kuroda
• André Charrak: Comparaison et compréhension de soi. Sur les projections de la conscience historique en philosophie
• Alain Petit: Philosophie orientale
• Vincent Citot: Ce qu’enseigne la comparaison entre les philosophies japonaise, chinoise et européenne du XVIIIe s. sur les rapports de la philosophie à la culture
savante
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11.00–11.30 Coffee & Tea Break
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11:30–12:30 session 2
Chair: Florencia Di Rocco
• Laurentiu Andrei: L’approche comparatiste de Nakamura Hajime
• Samuel Marie: What is at Stake in the Idea of a Comparative Philosophy?
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12.30–14.30 Lunch
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14.30–16.00 panel sessions
Room Cavaillès
Panel 15: Nishida and the Modernity
Chair: Yū Inutsuka
• Filip Gurjanov: Nishida and the Experience of Photographing
• Alessio Gerola: Filling Nothingness: Considerations on the Posthuman from Nishida and Plessner
• Jacynthe Tremblay: Nishida et la physique quantique: Concomitance et complémentarité
Room Halbwachs
Panel 16: Contemporary Philosophy of Science, Epistemology and Psychoanalysis
Chair: Arnaud Pelletier
• Masahiro Morioka: The Dignity of the Body: A Philosophical Implication of the Japanese Organ Transplant Law Before Amendment
• Makoto Katsumori: Hiromatsu on the Valid and the Prevalenty
Room Marc Bloch
Panel 17: Zen and Intercultural Philosophy
Chair: Takeshi Morisato
• Lorenzo Marinucci: Understanding Laughter, Laughter as Understanding: Irony and Comic as Thought within Japanese culture
• Eric S. Nelson: “Zen Robots” and the “Yellow Menace”: Western Anxieties, Zen Buddhism, and the Problem of Intercultural Interpretation
• Andrew K. Whitehead: Zen Person/Zen Revolution: How Classical Japanese Thought Can Help Us Change the World
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16.00–16.30 Coffee & Tea Break
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Amphitheatre Bachelard
16.30–18.00 Keynote Address
Chair: Pierre Bonneels
Emmanuel Lozerand, Le potentiel philosophique de la langue japonaise
18.00–18.30 Closing Speech & Announcement
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19.30 Dinner

Yasuko D'Hulst

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Collège de France, salle 2
11, place Marcelin-Berthelot, 75005 Paris

Sur le site du Collège de France : http://www.college-de-france.fr/site/jean-noel-robert/symposium-2017-2018.htm

 

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