Tuesday, 1 January 2019

Quodlibet Heideggeriensis. Richard Rojcewicz & Anthony Stadlen conduct Inner Circle Seminar No. 254 (1 December 2019)


Quodlibet Heideggeriensis
Selected issues from Heidegger’s Being and Time and his later ‘history of Being’ – and their implications for psychotherapy
                  
Richard Rojcewicz   Anthony Stadlen
conduct
Inner Circle Seminar No. 254
Sunday 1 December 2019
10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Martin Heidegger at his hut

Richard Rojcewicz

Those who were fortunate enough to participate in Inner Circle Seminar No. 206 on 19 October 2014 recall the sensitivity with which Professor Richard Rojcewicz guided them through Martin Heideggers fundamental essay Die Frage nach der Technik’ [‘The Question Concerning Technology’] (1954), drawing on his revelatory translation and on his book The Gods and Technology: A Reading of Heidegger (2006), a high point in the secondary literature. He has translated many of Heidegger’s works including Nos. 2-15 of the Black Notebooks, as well as works of Husserl and Merleau-Ponty.

In todays Inner Circle Seminar No. 254, Professor Rojcewicz will be happy to answer questions on Heideggers Black Notebooks, and in particular on their alleged antisemitism. He will also, in dialogue with Anthony Stadlen and the other seminar participants, explore a number of enigmatic topics arising from Heidegger’s enormous oeuvre. Such topics will include: anxiety and its relation to the structure of world and to conscience (drawing on a case in Merleau-Ponty); the mysterious ‘voice of the friend that Dasein carries with it’ in Being and Time; ontology and ethics; the relation between Being, beings, God, and the gods in Heidegger’s early and late thinking. We shall try also to relate these topics to the practice of psychotherapy. You may wish to add topics; there may not be time for all our topics; but your contribution will be warmly welcomed.

Venue: Durrants Hotel, 26–32 George Street, Marylebone, London W1H 5BJ
Cost: Psychotherapy trainees £132, others £165, some bursaries; coffee, tea, Durrants Rock, mineral water included; payable in advance; no refunds or transfers unless seminar cancelled
Apply to: Anthony Stadlen, ‘Oakleigh’, 2A Alexandra Avenue, London N22 7XE
Tel: +44 (0) 20 8888 6857   iPhone: +44 (0) 7809 433250
E-mail: stadlen@aol.com  or: stadlenanthony@gmail.com
For further information on seminars, visit: http://anthonystadlen.blogspot.com/

The Inner Circle Seminars were founded by Anthony Stadlen in 1996 as an ethical, existential, phenomenological search for truth in psychotherapy. They have been kindly described by Thomas Szasz as ‘Institute for Advanced Studies in the Moral Foundations of Human Decency and Helpfulness’. But they are independent of all institutes, schools and universities.

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