Workshop Friday December 6, 2019.

Phenomenology and Aesthetics Workshop – Call for Registration

Where: Tilburg University, Room C 118

When: Friday 6th December, 2019

Registration Deadline: 2nd December, 2019

Along with the OZSW Phenomenology Study Group and Phenomenological Workspace, the Philosophy Department of Tilburg University is hosting a one-day workshop on Phenomenology and Aesthetics. The morning session will consist of work-in-progress papers from four PhD and early-career researchers. The afternoon session will comprise of a keynote lecture and reading group, led by our invited speaker Arthur Cools (University of Antwerp) on the topic of facticity and image experience.

Attendance is free. Please register by emailing Catherine Robb ( by 2nd December, 2019 at the latest. When registering please indicate whether you want to join for the informal workshop dinner afterwards. Unfortunately expenses cannot be covered for this.


0945 – 1000: Welcome

1000 – 1045: Gerlinde Van Puymbroeck (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

“Beyond the Object: Questioning the notion of art in contemporary neoliberalism”

1045 – 1130: Clinton Verdonschot (University of Essex)

“Aesthetics Rationalism: A Candidate for a Feminist Theory of Aesthetic Perceiving?”

1130 – 1200: Break

1200 – 1245: Kate Khan (National Research University, Higher School of Economics, Moscow)

“The reality of embodied space: phenomenology of ‘the inhabited flesh of the world’ versus ‘the res extensa beneath the Sun’”

1245 – 1330: Pablo Fernández Velasco (Institut Jean Nicod, Paris)

“The Aesthetics of Being Lost”

1330 – 1430: Lunch

1430 – 1600: Reading Workshop – texts to be announced and sent round to all registered participants

1600 – 1630: Break

1630 – 1800: Keynote Lecture – Arthur Cools (University of Antwerp)

“Facticity and Image Experience”

1830: Workshop dinner (venue and menu tbc – please indicate if you would like to attend when registering)

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‘Only if spirit returns from its naive exteriorization back to itself and stays with itself and purely with itself, can it be satisfied’ — Husserl, Vienna Lecture 1935


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