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Modern Philosophy of Religion: Approaches, Methods and Concepts

Datum: Montag, 19. Juni 2017 - Dienstag, 20. Juni 2017
Ort: Bologna
Veranstalter: European Society for the Philosophy of Religion


within the conference of the

European Academy of Religion 

from 18 - 22 June 2017 in Bologna

Monday, 19.6., 8.30 – 10.00
Moderation: Hans-Peter Grosshans (University of Münster)

1. Prof. Dr. Marius Timmann Mjaaland (University of Oslo, Norway): “Phenomenology, Writing, and the Hiddenness of God”

2. Prof. Dr. Svetlana Konacheva (Russian State University of Humanities, Moscow, The Russian Federation): “ Theological ontology in post-metaphysical epochs: from ipsum esse to the event”

3. Dr. Dennis Vanden Auweele (University of Groningen / University of Leuven): „Caressing God: Between System and Mystery“

Monday, 19.6., 10.30 – 12.00

Moderation: Marius Timmann Mjaaland (University of Oslo) 

4. Prof. Dr. Andrea Aguti (University of Urbino, Italy): „Does it still make sense talking about absoluteness of Christianity?“

5. Prof. Dr. Anna Lama?ska (Cardinal Stefan Wyszy?ski University in Wawsaw, Poland): „The role of philosophy in the dialogue between theology and sciences“

6. Piotr Sawczynski (Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland): „‚The slight adjustment‘: Theological grounding for political subjectivity in Giorgio Agamben‘s messianic philosophy“

Monday, 19.6., 13.30 – 15.00

Moderation: Hans-Peter Grosshans (University of Münster)

7. Dr. Marcus Held (University of Mainz, Germany): „Marc Richirs hermeneutische Sprachphänomenologie als Möglichkeit nachmetaphysischem Denkens und Redens von Gott“

8. Dr. Marco Simionato (University ca' Foscari of Venice, Italy): „Instructions in Zen Buddhist practice and Moorean Truths“

9. Prof. Dr. Victoria Harrison (University of Macau): “Philosophy of Religion Today: Challenges and Potential”


Monday, 19.6., 15.30 – 17.00

Moderation: Victoria Harrison (University of Macau)

10. Prof. Dr. Rita Šerpytyte (Vilnius University, Lithuania): „Western Thought and the Concept of Nihilism“

11. Dr. Matthew Ryan Robinson (University of Bonn, Germany): “Bonhoeffer’s StrangerRighteousness: The Word of God Experienced in For-Given Relationship with Others”

12. Katharina Opalka (University of Bonn, Germany): „Performative Action: Considerations on the intersection of Philosophy of Religion and Dogmatics“

Tuesday, 20.6., 8.30 – 10.00

Moderation: Hans-Peter Grosshans (University of Münster)

13. Dr. German Bokov (St. Petersburg State University, The Russian Federation): „The concept of “paradigm” as an opportunity for philosophical research of a phenomenon of a new religious consciousness (including radical Protestant theology and key ideas of different new religious movements)“

14. Dr. Janusz Salamon (University of Prague, Czech Republic): "The Need of a Global Philosophy of Religion and One Way Global Philosophy of Religion Could Be Conceived"  

15. Raphael Päbst (University of Marburg, Germany): “Divine Mystery and Knowledge of God”

Tuesday, 20.6., 10.30 – 12.00   

Moderation: Janusz Salamon (University of Prague)

16. Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Grosshans (University of Muenster, Germany): „Religion after Metaphysics? Reflections on Religion, Truth and Power“

17. Prof. Dr. Humberto Schubert Coelho (University Juiz de Fora, Brasil): „The attacks against the metaphysical basis of religion and their lack of substance. Common detractions of Idealism.“