APRIL 4th, 2021
The Foundation for the Philosophy of Creativity and the AIPCT are pleased to announce our third annual Spring Creativity Conference. Due to the pandemic, the conference will be held on-line. This year’s theme is Creativity and Culture, organized by AIPCT Fellow Eli Kramer. This is also part of the on-going collaboration between Southern Illinois University Carbondale and the Department of Philosophy of Culture, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. The conference is co-sponsored by Eidos. A Journal for Philosophy of Culture and the Centre for Philosophy of Culture of the Institute of Philosophy, University of Wrocław. This year’s conference has been built upon contributions to the forthcoming volume tentatively entitled Philosophy of Culture as Theory, Method, and Way of Life: Contemporary Reflections and Applications, eds. Przemysław Bursztyka, Eli Kramer, Marcin Rychter, and Randall Auxier.
To attend, request a Zoom link at: firstname.lastname@example.org
(All times Central Daylight Time, US)
12:30 PM Zofia Rosińska, University of Warsaw: “Dialectics of Creativity According to Władysław Stróżewski”
1:30 PM Przemysław Bursztyka, University of Warsaw: “Outline of an Apophatic Philosophy of Culture”
3:00 PM Rudolf Makkreel, Emory University: “How the Arts Reorient Experience and Recontextualize the World”
12:00 PM Eli Kramer, University of Wrocław: “The Creative Virtues of Philosophy of Culture”
1:30 PM Laura Mueller, West Texas A&M University: “Modern Socratic Dialogue and Resilient Democracy: Creating the Clearing for an American Bildung”
3:00 PM Robert C. Neville, Boston University: “Culture and Philosophy”
OCTOBER 15th, 2020
Why does psychiatry need philosophy? Marcinów – Kapusta – Moskalewicz – debate of the OSFP Foundation
Place: OSFP Foundation Facebook fanpage
Date: Oct 18th (Sunday) 12.00-14.00. No registration needed!
The Open Seminars on Philosophy and Psychiatry Foundation in collaboration with the Laboratory of Mental Health Philosophy of the Poznan University of Medical Sciences, the Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology of the Maria Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin and the Psychoanalytical Thought Center (IFiS PAN) would like to invite you for an on-line debate. The meeting with the participation of Mira Marcinów (IF PAN), Andrzej Kapusta (WFiS UMCS) and Marcin Moskalewicz (UMP), chaired by Maciej Wodziński (WFiS in Lublin), will be held on October 18, 2020 at 12 p.m. This debate will be devoted to contemporary relations between philosophy and mental health sciences. The announced topics include phenomenology, first-person and intersubjective experience, the question of diagnostics and expert knowledge, the “past, present and future” of the philosophy of psychiatry, and – last but not least – question of whether the philosophy of psychiatry exists at all. By the nature of its subject, psychiatry is an interdisciplinary field, located between anthropology and medicine. Perhaps it is philosophy which is able to disclose the place and role of contemporary psychiatry? This can be achieved with both showing the limits of psychiatric knowledge, tracking methodological shortcomings or hidden values, and pointing out some positive attitudes or shaping language and experience.
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OCTOBER 18th, 2019
We are happy to invite for 21st Annual Conference of the International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry
Experts in Mental Health
hosted by Open Seminars in Philosophy and Psychiatry Foundation, under the auspice of “Eidos. A Journal for Philosophy of Culture”.
The status of experts, their knowledge, skills and competences is the topic of discussion and research as well as the object of public interest. Particularly intriguing are the questions about the type of expertise held by mental health workers, their mutual relations and their attitude towards patients and their families. An important area of interest is also the social image of psychiatrists and therapists, the social and political representatives of psychiatric patients, the perception of psychiatry as a discipline and the image of mental disorders in art and literature. The conference talks will explore, among others, the following topics: 1) expertise in mental health (i.a. its limits and forms of legitimization, the social and cultural status of experts); 2) the role of diagnostic categories; 3) cultures of healing and psychiatric models; 4) the axiological dimension of psychiatry; 5) relations between psychiatry and philosophical practice; 6) representations of madness in literature, fine arts, cinema, theatre, and popular culture.
Date: October 22 -24, 2019
Location: Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw
Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences
Faculty of Political Science and International Studies, University of Warsaw
Konrad Banicki (Jagiellonian University)
Krystyna Bielecka (University of Warsaw)
Agnieszka Brejwo (University of Warsaw)
Przemysław Bursztyka (University of Warsaw)
Marcin Moskalewicz ( Poznan University of Medical Sciences, University of Oxford)
Andrzej Kapusta (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University, OSPP Foundation)
Mira Marcinów (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Katarzyna Parzuchowska (eFkropka Foundation, OSPP Foundation)
Jakub Tercz – President of the Organizing Committee (OSPP Foundation, University of Warsaw)
Bogdan de Barbaro (Jagiellonian University Medical College)
Katarzyna Boguszewska (Warsaw Fountain House)
Matthew Broome (University of Birmingham)
Andrzej Czernikiewicz (Maria Curie-Skłodowska University)
Paweł Dybel (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Thomas Fuchs (University of Heidelberg)
Leonor Irarrázaval (University of Heidelberg)
Dorothée Legrand (École Normale Supérieure)
Paweł Łuków (University of Warsaw)
Michael Musalek (Anton Proksch Institute)
Jean Naudin (University of the Mediterranean)
Zofia Rosińska (University of Warsaw)
Louis Sass (Rutgers University)
Michael Alan Schwartz (Texas A&M Health Science Center)
Drozdstoy Stoyanov (Plovdiv Medical University)
Zbigniew Szawarski (University of Warsaw)
Jacek Wciórka (Institute of Psychiatry and Neurology in Warsaw)
Szymon Wróbel (Polish Academy of Sciences)
Peter Zachar (Auburn University at Montgomery)
INPP Founding Officers:
Bill Fulford (University of Oxford)
John Sadler (UT Southwestern Medical Center)
Giovanni Stanghellini (University of Chieti)
JUNE 01st, 2019
Department of Philosophy of Culture (Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw), Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, American Institute for Philosophical and Cultural Thought and “Eidos. A Journal for Philosophy of Culture” invite for:
International Philosophy of Culture Week
American and Polish traditions of philosophy of culture share a unique commitment: For both, philosophy of culture is a field, method, theory, and way of life that coincide in a synoptic reflection and reconstruction of culture. As such, it is not only connected to a particular type of meta-orientation on horizons of meaning, and their respective methodologies, but also to a special sensitivity to these horizons as the realm of personal/humane concerns, purposes, and values. Over the last decade leading American and Polish philosophers of culture, with the University of Warsaw as hub, have initiated a dialogue, building on this common commitment to lived philosophy of culture, opening up their students and communities to the rich horizons of meaning available in cultural life. To celebrate this unique philosophical dialogue between American and Polish traditions, we are launching an International Philosophy of Culture Week at the University of Warsaw. From June 8-11 we are hosting a collection of events that seek to foster dialogue between two vibrant and culturally rooted traditions of philosophy, as a groundwork for equitable intercultural philosophy collaboration and work.
Date: June 8th – June 11th 2019
1. room 205, Old University Library, University of Warsaw
2. room 108, Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw
The precise schedule of the events can be found here:
More info: https://ipcweek.wordpress.com
Randall E. Auxier
MAY 20th, 2018
Open Seminars in Philosophy and Psychiatry Foundation is honored to host the International Network for Philosophy and Psychiatry 21th Annual Conference:
“Experts and Representations in Mental Health” – Warsaw (Poland), Autumn 2019
The status of experts, their knowledge, skills and competences is the topic of discussion and research as well as the object of public interest. Particularly intriguing are the questions about the type of expertise held by mental health workers, their mutual relations and their attitude towards patients and their families. An important area of interest is also the social image of psychiatrists and therapists, the social and political representatives of psychiatric patients, the perception of psychiatry as a discipline and the image of mental disorders in art and literature.
Subject of the conference will cover the following questions:
The conference date and register details will be published no later than in September 2019.
Contact for partners, sponsors and media: email@example.com.
For further information please visit the event site on Facebook.
Organising Committee members:
– Professor Andrzej Kapusta
– PhD Jakub Tercz
Scientific Committee members:
– Professor Bill Fulford
– Professor John Sadler
– Professor Giovanni Stanghellini
MAY 10th, 2018
Department of Philosophy of Culture, Department of Social Philosophy, Department of Philosophy of Politics of the Institute of Philosophy UW and Eidos. A Journal for Philosophy of Culture invite to the international conference:
“New Forms of Culture, Politics and Society. Cassirer and Beyond”
The aim of the conference is to pose the question about the relevance of the Cassirerian category of symbolic forms as well as to analyze new symbolic forms, imaginaries and metaphors which organize, structure and constitute our contemporary social-political and, more broadly, cultural reality.
Download the Conference Program
Date: May 19th, 2018
Location: room 205, the Old BUW, University of Warsaw
Organizers: Przemysław Bursztyka, Agnieszka Nogal, Janusz Ostrowski, Marcin Rychter, Rafał Wonicki
MARCH 16th, 2018
Centre for French Studies (University of Warsaw), Department of Philosophy of Culture (Institute of Philosophy of Culture) and Eidos. A Journal for Philosophy of Culture invite to the lecture by Professor Frédéric Worms (Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris rue d’Ulm):
Closed society and open religion according to Bergson
Date: March 23rd, 5pm
Location: Institute of Philosophy, Krakowskie Przedmieście 3, room 4.
The lecture is a part of “Polish-French Philosophical Symposia”.