engaging traditions: ontologies in practice

september 12-14, 2002
University of Virginia
Charlottesville, Virginia U.S.A.

Thursday, September 12th

1:00 pm
Joseph Prabhu, Contemporary Globalisation Seen from the Perspective of Nonviolence

Rotunda, Dome

3:00 pm
Peter Ochs, Scriptural Ontology

7:00 pm
Michael Hardt, Biopolitical Multitudes
Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

8:30 pm
Roundtable Discussion: Azadpur, Groenhout, Ochs, Prabhu, Sachedina

Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

10:00 pm
Reception

Friday, September 13th

9:00 am
Antonio Negri, The Faith to Touch the Ontology of Power (in French)
Newcomb Hall Auditorium

10:15 am
Regina Schwartz, The Instrumental and the Sacramental
Rotunda, Dome

11:30 am
Phillip Blond, The Politics of the Eye
Rotunda, Dome

12:45 pm
Lunch

1:45 pm
Kenneth Surin, Rewriting the Ontological Script of Liberation: On the Question of Finding a New Kind of Political Subject
Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

3:15 pm
John Milbank, Socialism and Transcendence
Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

5:00 pm
Conference Dinner
Rotunda, Dome

7:00 pm
Slavoj Zizek, In What Sense Was Nietzsche a Christian?
Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

8:30 pm
Roundtable Discussion, "Exteriority and the Political Subject": Blond, Milbank, Schwartz, Surin, Zizek
Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

Saturday, September 14th

9:00 am
Mohammad Azadpur, Metaphilosophy, Ontology and Allegory: An Essay in Islamic/Western Comparative Philosophy
Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

9:50 am
Justin Holcomb, Lyotard and Legitimizing Narratives: Why Christianity is Not a Meta-narrative
Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

10:30 am
Ruth Groenhout, Augustine and Levinas -- Fathers of Care?
Minor Hall

Eleanor Kaufman, "To Cut Too Deeply And Not Enough": Violence and the Incorporeal
Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

2:00 pm
Gary Madison, Global Ontologies

Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

3:30 pm
Concluding Roundtable Discussion: Zizek, Hardt, Kaufman, Madison, Milbank, Watson
Old Cabell Hall Auditorium

 

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