Registration for the symposium in Paris on 16-17 May 2019 is now open

Study days and symposia in Krakow, Munich and Namur have been taken up with critical analysis and reflection on how humanity is understood, suggesting some responses to the new forms of reductionism. These events have been preparing the las event of the cluster in Anthropology during this first period of the HEST project (2017-2019).

The Paris symposium on 16-17 May 2019 will be an opportunity to take stock of what has been learnt and discovered in this work, to explore some ways forward in thinking about the changes that have taken place in anthropology, and to take up a critical dialogue with these developments by proposing some new positions of our own.

You are kindly invited to register through this LINK by February 15th.

Programme (short version):

Thursday, May 16, 2019

9am-12pm: "Neurocentrism and Non-Reductionist Anthropologies"
with contributions from Johanna Häusler [Hochschule für Philosophie, Munich], Tobias Müller [Hochschule für Philosophie, Munich], Eric Charmetant [Centre Sèvres, Paris] and Józef Bremer [Ignatianum, Krakow]

2pm-5pm: "Reconfigurations of Autonomy and Vulnerability"
with interventions by Laura Rizzerio [UNamur], Robert Grzywacz [Ignatianum, Krakow], Guilhem Causse and Dominique Lambert (UNAMUR)[Centre Sèvres, Paris]

Friday, May 17, 2019

9am-12pm: "The Soul and its Care"
"Ignatius sought to help souls. In a world where the Church struggles to be heard, how can philosophy and other disciplines help us discover what spiritual care means? »
with contributions from Eckhard Frick (Germany, psychoanalysis), Oxana Pimenova (Russia, sociology), Bruno Saintôt (France, bioethics) and Philip Endean (Great Britain, analytical philosophy)

2 pm- 4:30 pm : "The Way Forward: Outlining an Integral Anthropology "

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