"THE KYOTO SCHOOL NEGLECTED THEMES AND HIDDEN VARIATIONS Schedule"
THE KYOTO SCHOOL: NEGLECTED THEMES AND HIDDEN VARIATIONS Schedule FRIDAY March 9 Location: Birks Building, 3520 University Street. Senior Common Room 3:00-4:00: Registration 4:00-5:30 An Ethical State: Community, History and the Body Bernard Bernier The Transcendental State in Watsuji Tetsurō’s Ethics Université de Montréal David Dilworth Guiding Principles of Interpretation in Watsuji Tetsurō ’s SUNY Stony Brook History of Japanese Ethical Thought: with Particular Reference to His Formulation of the Tension between the sonnō and bushidō Traditions Erin McCarthy Watsuji and Care Ethics St. Lawrence University 5:30-6:10 Wine and Cheese 6:10 Professor Victor Hori, “The Faces of the Kyoto School” (slide-show presentation) 6:30 Keynote Address John Maraldo Neglected and Hidden Contingencies: Kuki Shuzō and the University of North Florida Kyoto School 8:15 Dinner SATURDAY March 10 Location: New Residence Hall, 3625 Parc Avenue, Conference Room C14. 9:00-10:30 Temporality, Contingency and Otherness Michael Marra A Journey to Foreign Lands: Traveling with Martin UCLA Heidegger and Kuki Shuzō Graham Mayeda Leaving Ethics to Chance: The Ethical Significance of University of Ottawa Contingency in the Philosophy of Kuki Shuzō Jacynthe Tremblay Hidden Aspects of Temporality: From Nishida to Watsuji Independent Scholar 11:00-12:30 Confucianism and the Subject of Ethics Cindy Bentley Nishitani’s “Wisdom and Reason”: Thinking on the Field of McGill University Emptiness? Kevin Lam Subjectivity, Rinrigaku and Moral Metaphysics: Watsuji Hong Kong Institute Tetsurō and Mou Zong-san of Education Tu Xiaofei The Kyoto Thinkers and the New Confucians as University of Syracuse Comparativists: The Cases of Nishitani and Mo Zunsan 12:30-1:30 LUNCH 1:30-3:30 Subjectivity, Ningen and Historical Self-Consciousness Melissa Curley The Subject of History in Miki Kiyoshi’s “Shinran” McGill University Michael Peckitt Nishida on Overcoming Subjectivity and the Tragic University of Hull Loss of Miki Kiyoshi Bret Davis Letting Go of God for the Sake of Nothing: On Ueda Loyola College in Maryland Shizuteru’s Philosophy of Non-Mysticism Gereon Kopf Zen, Experience, and Philosophy: Ueda Shizuteru Luther College and the Construction of a Zen Philosophy 3:30 Closing