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Postponed: Heidegger's way to Being and Time - The Centenary Workshops Event

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13:30 - 18:30
18 March 2020
Avenue Campus

Event details

The Centenary Workshops

This workshop has been postponed until further notice

Workshop 1 - The Early Freiburg Phenomenology Courses

This first workshop in the series will be devoted to Heidegger's early Freiburg phenomenology lecture courses, 'Towards the Definition of Philosophy' (1919), 'Basic Problems of Phenomenology' (1919-20) and 'Phenomenology of Intuition and Expression' (1920).


1:30 pm - Daniel O. Dahlstrom. 'Heidegger's Early Hermeneutic Phenomenology: On the Road to Fundamental Ontology'
Respondent: David Batho (Oxford)

3:00 pm - Break

3:15 pm - Tobias Keiling (Würzburg). 'Things without prototypes: "extreme realism" in Heidegger's early lecture courses'
Respondent: Jae Hetterley (Warwick)

4:45 pm - Break

5:00 pm - Irene McMullin (Essex). 'On Curiosity as Epistemic Virtue and Vice'
Respondent: Alex Dowding (Oxford)

6:30 pm - Close


The workshop will be held at the Avenue Campus, Southampton University. Find directions from the Getting to our campuses page.


The workshop is free to attend but a limited number of places are available. To register, please email Tracy Storey ( with your name and affiliation by Wednesday 11th March 2020.

Further information

The event is organised in accordance with the BPA-SWIP best practice scheme. If you require information about childcare, please contact Tracy Storey (

Accessibility information:

  • We can provide a hearing loop if it is required.
  • We will permit service animals to attend.
  • All sessions will take place in the same location.
  • We can provide a quiet room if it is required.
  • The venue will have available seating.
  • There will be parking nearby. To park, you will require a permit, so please notify the organiser in advance.
  • The schedule is TBC but there will be refreshment breaks between each session.
  • Funding may be available for delegates whose needs incur additional costs. Please get in touch with the organiser at the earliest possible stage and they will look into available support.
  • The room is wheelchair accessible and accessible toilets are a short distance away on the same floor.

For further information on this series of workshops please visit The Heidegger's Way wordpress.

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