NASPH 2008

This page contains the program for the 3rd annual meeting of NASPH, hosted by DePaul University, in Chicago, Illinois, September 26-27, 2008. Georgia Warnke delivered the keynote address, which was entitled "Hermeneutics and Critique." The full program is reproduced below, or can be opened in a separate PDF by clicking here.

NASPH 2008


September 26-27

DePaul University, Chicago, IL


Friday, September 26

9:00am | Welcome and Coffee

9:15am | Kurt Mertel, Queen’s University, “Gadamerian Themes in McDowell’s Recent Philosophy”    

                        Commentator:  TBA

                        Moderator:  Jamey Findling, Newman University

10:45am | Robert Valgenti, Lebanon Valley College, “The Forgotten Lineage of Hermeneutics:  Critique, Deduction, and Principle


                        Commentator:  Andrea Rehberg, Bilkrent University

                        Moderator:  Ted George, Texas A&M

12:00pm | Lunch
2:00pm | Invited Speaker:  Lawrence Schmidt, Hendrix College, “Critique: The Heart of Philosophical Hermeneutics”
                        Moderator:  David Ingram, Loyola University
3:45pm | Keynote Address:  Georgia Warnke, University of California, Riverside, “Hermeneutics and Critique”
                        Moderator:  Lauren Swayne Barthold, Gordon College
6:00pm | Reception, DePaul Philosophy Department 

Saturday, September 27

9:00am | Coffee
9:15am | Nikolay Tugushev, Stony Brook, “Structuralism, Hermeneutics, and Translation:  Performance of Sameness-in-Difference”
                        Commentator:  TBA
                        Moderator:  TBA
10:45am | Peter Fristedt, Stony Brook, “Gadamer and the Paradox of the Sache”
                        Commentator:  Monica Vilhauer, Roanoke College
                        Moderator:  Walter Brogan, Villanova University
12:00pm | Lunch
2:00pm | David Vessey, Grand Valley State University, “The Role of the Concept ‘Person’ in Gadamer’s Philosophical
                        Commentator:  TBA
                        Moderator:  Bruce Ellis Benson, Wheaton College
3:30pm | Invited Speaker: Fred Dallmayr, University of Notre Dame, “Hermeneutics and Inter-Cultural Dialogue”
                        Moderator:  David Pellauer, DePaul University
6:00pm | Banquet, Sun Wah Chinese BBQ, 1132 Argyle ($20.00/person)